I recently bought some heat embossing powders, lavender, leaf and silver all from Zing. So i decided to try and see if i can heat emboss on smaller size image on a embossing folder.
I used the lavender opaque finish color on the flowers of my new embossing folder that i bought in Lincraft.
Here is the card I made
I used broken china and crushed olive distress inks (Ranger Tim Holtz) to sponge over the embossed folder. I then used a felted tip pen to sponge up some watermark ink (Versamark) and go over the flowers on the embossed page, I then heat embossed with lavender (Zing - opaque finish). For the first time I think I did pretty well. Need more practice on the smaller images.
Here is a pic i tried to capture the shine of the embossing powder on the flowers before it became a card.
I then made a strip with blue textured paper and stamped a sentiment Best Wishes (Fiskars - home sweet home (rubber stamps)) and I stamped, pencil colored and fussy cut a butterfly (KaiserCraft - bonjour), placed on a pop dot for dimension and shadow. All of that on a blue textured cardstock vertically.
I really love this card, simple, clean, color co-ordinated and very lovely to look at. Love the sparkle of the flowers, the heat embossing really gives a very touch to the card.
I am beginning to enjoy and create with heat embossing, need to get more colors especially the clear embossing powder.
I would like to enter my card in the following challenges :-
Simon Says Stamp - Wednesday challenge - emboss it
Make it Monday - MIM #175 - Anything Goes
Hiding in my Craft Room - HIMCR #133 - Clean & Simple
Brown Sugar Challenge Blog - #77 - Anything Goes
Sister Act Card Challenge - challenge #40 - Anything Goes
HAVE A GREAT DAY