Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Modified Blackout Embossing

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I played around with my blackout embossing technique and got a different look that I REALLY like!

Basically, you don't completely black the background out by varying pressure and stopping before it's totally covered. It ends up looking sort of distressed and is really cool in black!

If you've watched my live, you've seen me use the negative space of a die cut to create a shadow, and that's what I did with this monstera die

The lower portion of the card is also blackout embossing - in orange - with a non-3D sort of art deco embossing folder.

I just can't stop using that technique! It's the gift that keeps on giving!

Have a great week! Loveyameanitbye.

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