Sep 12, 2014

Inky Embossing


Happy Friday! 

Time for a little "Just For Fun rubberstamps" inspiration! I thought this beautiful floral stamp would look amazing embossed in white, so that is what I did here. Love how it turned out with the distress inks, and this card can be recreated using lots of different color combos.


I simply stamped the large floral image onto my card stock using versamark ink, and heat embossed using clear embossing powder. Then I inked it up with distress inks and an ink applicator tool. I tore some white card stock for my sentiment and added it over the card. I finished it off by adding a couple punched butterflies embellished with sticky rhinestones.


Product list:
recollections 110lb card stock, SU colored card stock
versamark ink, distress ink, archival ink
butterfly punch, rhinestones


I am playing along here:
Paper Shelter Challenge - Embossing (heat embossed image)
City Crafter Challenge - Butterflies
Crafting from the Heart - Always Anything Goes


9 comments:

  1. A beautiful card Ellie, your inking looks fabulous. Carol x

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  2. This is really great! I love your wonderful card and especially the wonderful colours! Thanks for joining us over at TPS this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  3. This is gorgeous Ellie, I really like the design
    Kevin xx

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  4. Gorgeous Ellie, love the stamp and the colours are lovely too x Susan x

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  5. Oh so pretty, thanks for sharing with us at CCCB!

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  6. What a beautiful card!! Your background is stunning!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  7. What a fun and pretty card. Thank you for joining us at THE PAPER SHELTER. Good luck and I hope we see more of your lovely work!

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  8. Gorgeous!!Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us this week at CCCB :-)

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