Thursday, November 5, 2020

Faux Wedgewood & 1 Embossing Folder 3 Ways

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Howdy friends. I'm back today with three embossing techniques - the most notable of which is what I call faux Wedgewood. I am obsessed with Wedgewood and love recreating it in a card format.

So to start with you'll need a good 3D embossing folder. I chose this pretty peony one from Simon.

Emboss your cardstock, and if you want to do something other than the Wedgewood look, spend exactly three seconds lightly brushing Gina K's Wild Dandelion, Key Lime and Bubblegum Pink ink on with Life Changing Blender Brushes.

But I wanted Wedgewood. With a Twist. So I inked up this amazing embossing folder in Medieval Blue Versafine Clair Ink before embossing it and got this beauty! Sorry you can't see the dimension here! Now you will be able to see the difference between this ink and regular dye ink below.

Finally I used dye ink - Blue Denim - to ink up the folder and you can see this fun texture it creates by beading up a bit on the embossing folder - this one has a little distressed look to it that I love. I cut it out with my circle infinity dies. The sentiment is from this set.

Happy Friday for real.


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