Saturday, September 11, 2010

Good Impressions

{June 22, 2010}

by Beth Reames

One of the easiest ways to create a card is by using an embossing folder. The Crown Flourish design is one of my favorites. There are several ways to highlight an embossed design. I have created four different versions of the same card to show just how versatile these can be.

The card on the left was embossed on white cardstock, and the design was highlighted by lightly rubbing a colored ink pad over the surface of the card. (Chalk would work well, too.) The card on the right was embossed on colored cardstock and highlighted with white ink. The final card was embossed on a color-core cardstock, then lightly sanded to highlight the design.

I used hot glue to attach the 3-D Flowers to the front of the cards. You can see how to make these Flowers here.

My favorite version of this card is white on white.

Making a good impression has never been easier!
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