Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Embedded Image

Hello Everybody!

I am so excited to share with you the month's technique at Technique Time Tuesday!  This month's technique is to use embossing powder to embed a stamp image-and this technique is so cool.  I think melting embossing paper is magical already but to add the stamp in a different color embossing powder-is just wow!  It all looks like one element.

So here's my card.  The Eiffel tower is the embedded image.  I first took a square of white cardstock and stamped a script background stamp in walnut stain distress ink.  Then I covered it in clear embossing powder a couple of times.  I used Wow embossing powder which is thicker than other brands.  Then I stamped the Eiffel Tower on the square (using versamark) and covered it with black embossing powder.  You can't feel the Eiffel Tower.  How cool is that!  So with a brown Staz On ink I stamped the hot air balloon.  I rubbed some alcohol inks on the embossed square (since it's now non-pourous right!)

I stamped the sentiment on a beige card stock using walnut distress ink (Tim H.) and used other distress inks to color the background.  Then I used some more of the clear embossing powder for it.  One note though-although it's clear the embossing powder does seem to make the ink darker.


Here's a clow up of the embedded image.


Supplies:
Eiffel Tower-Hero Arts
Paris stamps-Great Impressions
Sentiment-Tim Holtz
Hot Air Balloon-Hampton Art
Little paper flower and pearl centers

Thank you for stopping by!  Until next time my friends...I can't wait to see what you create with this awesome technique! :)

4 comments:

Annette said...

wow this is gorgeous...love it

Mynnette said...

This turned out SO amazing, Katy! I adore the layout and the use of collage stamping! This is totally YOU!!! Gorgeous, friend! HUGS and have an amazing week! :)

Ellen said...

Oh this is beautiful! I love that you embedded the sentiment and adore your collage! I adore those little pink flowers so much!!

Louise van Vuren said...

Hi Katy,love cruisin' your blog- there are so many gorgeous (and different) cards here! Of course you may FB my TT entry- I am flattered that you would want to!

Louise xx