Monday, March 14, 2011

Card Making Techniques - Embossed Imbedding

Embossed Imbedding is my newest favorite technique.  It is super simple and looks Fabulous.  Punch out multiple shapes, for this card I used the 1" circle punch (119868) and the 3/4" circle punch (119873).  The card base is Basic Black (121045) card stock and the punches are from the Brights Collection (119706). 

Adhere all the spots onto the card base using Multipurpose Liquid Glue (100755).  I have never been a fan of liquid glue; however, I really cannot say enough good things about this glue.  Only a tiny amount is required, it dries quickly so you don't have to hold things together for a long time yet it gives a bit of time to get things arranged perfectly.  Definitely falls into a Friday Favorite for me!

Grab the Square Lattice (119976) embossing folder and put the card front in it.  Insert the folder and card into the BIG SHOT and crank away.  Out the other side will emerge a card that looks like all the punches are part of the card base.

If you are missing any of the tools or supplies needed to create your own masterpiece using this nifty technique, call or email me to order them today.  Remember, if your order is $50 you will get a stamp set for FREE; but only during Sale-a-Bration! and that ends on March 31st.

1 comment:

  1. This is so clever and I love it!!! Will be trying this one for sure.