Watercolored Background Embossing

Friday, March 27, 2015

Watercolored Embossing Folder

This is one of the techniques I’m teaching in my Textured Impressions Embossing Folders class this weekend it is the Watercolored Background Embossing.

This is a fun technique that can be done with any of the embossing folders and it will look different every time you do it.

The ink colors I used on this card are Bermuda Bay, Hello Honey, and Calypso Coral.

When I had the background completed the colors reminded me of a baby card and the Honeycomb folder reminded me of a Beehive so that made me think of the Baby Bumblebee stamp.

Since we no longer carry the Blendabilities I colored my bee with the Hello Honey marker and the Blushing Bride marker.

Here are the 6 different Textured Impressions Embossing Folder techniques that I will be demonstrating this weekend. If you would like the Private video on these 6 techniques please place a min. $50.00 order by 8PM TONIGHT!
Folder Techniques

Techniques covered in the class:
Faux Patina
Double Embossing
Inlaid Embossing
Brayered Embossing
Watercolored Background Embossing
Vellum Embossing
(Supplies needed to do these techniques: Textured Impressions Folders, Big Shot, Brayer, Sponges, Daubers, Vellum, inks, card stock, heat tool, Versamark, Gold embossing powder, embossing buddy, Stampin’ Spritzer)

I will email you the private link to the video on Saturday.

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Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
Glenda

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