I hope you’re enjoying your weekend. In today’s video, I’m demonstrating two different techniques. Last Monday, on my blog I shared a card I had made using the Country Floral Dynamic Embossing Folder with Basic Black Cardstock (CS). To accentuate the flowers I had sponged over them very gently using one of our daubers. I was asked if I could show this technique on a video, which I’m always happy to do. I decided to combine this technique with the lattice edge technique.
There are videos on YouTube showing how to create the template for the lattice technique. I used the free template from Brandy’s Cards. The link for the template is in the box below the video, and I have included it here as well. Brandy’s Cards. Brandy designed the template to fit the US card size. I found it still works for A4 cardstock as long as you start cutting 3/8″ down from the top. The three cards I made are Lovely Lipstick, Gorgeous Grape and Blackberry Bliss. I show all three cards in the video, as well as the other four cards I’ve made using that one Embossing Folder!
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If I decided to change generic klonopin vs brand anything about this card, it’s the front Blackberry Bliss CS layer. During the video I did suggest two ways of decorating this layer, but I’ve changed my mind about stamping tone on tone. I still think embossing the top layer with the Subtles Dynamic Embossing Folder is a good idea. As its name suggests, the design is very subtle. I can’t see it interfering in the detail in the centre embossed image. Equally, it will blend in very well with the flowers and lattice on the left-hand side.
I have thoroughly enjoyed working on this project. Although I don’t normally go back to projects once they’re finished, I may well do with this one, just for the Subtle embossing! If I do, I’ll certainly share it with you. That’s about it for today! I wish you a very blessed Sunday, and until tomorrow, happy crafting.
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