Tuesday, September 24, 2019

SHOPPING OUR STASH #405 - Dream the Embossible Dream


Hello and welcome crafty friends!
It's the start of a new challenge at SHOPPING OUR STASH,
and this fortnight we'd like to see how you use embossing
on your projects. It can be dry embossing, heat embossing, or both.

Here's what I came up with:


and the inside:


I've used two embossing folders on my card. The first is the oval doily background, 
and the second one is the snowflakes under the die cut sentiment.


Pretty simple card to make, and I liked combining the white card stock
with the silver mirror paper. I even edged the back panel with some silver ink.
The sentiment was die cut three times: twice in white card stock and then in silver
mirror. I stacked and glued them atop each other for a bit of dimension.

 I hope that you can play along in our embossing challenge at
Shopping Our Stash! We'd love to see what you create. For more
ideas, do check out what the design team have made to inspire you!
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!





Supplies:
Stamps: Hero Arts - Merry Christmas Message
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Brilliance - Starlite Silver
DP: Nicole - silver mirror
CS: TE; Darice
Accessories: GC; Darice - snowflake & oblong doily EF; CUTplorations - Oh Holy Night word die; SB - Std. Lg. Oval Nesties; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3d foam squares; Ranger - multi medium matte




4 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Beautiful card great embossing and isn't it fun to glue the three die cuts together, bet that took longer than making the card. I too love white and silver together it looks so elegant...as is your card.

Dotty Jo said...

Looks amazing! Jo x

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh gorgeous!!!
The white and silver together are just perfect!

Lindsey said...

An absolutely elegant card!

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