Welcome to our monthly Technique Blog Hop. This month we are featuring ways of using Silver and Gold as our technique.
Click the link in each post to hop to the next blog. The blog before mine belongs to the talented Cat Nowak. Sit back, relax and prepare to be wow'd by all the great ideas coming your way!
I love pairing Silver and Gold together so this hop is exciting! I also love the look of dry embossing on our foil cardstocks. So with that in mind I got busy creating.
I experimented a bit with which way to use the Silver and Gold as my layers. Ultimately I decided to use Silver as the accent as you can see. I die cut a small piece of Silver and adhered it to the Gold then put the layers in the folder for embossing. I love the way the die cut edges look between the layers. It's so much better than just straight cut pieces.
Once it was embossed and adhered to the card front I added some accents with Glitter Glue. It's a small touch but really does add a lot to the overall look. With the beauty of the card front I decided a sentiment would not add to the look and kept that part for the inside of the card. Sometimes you just need to let the card front speak for itself.
|Close up of the beautiful details. The Silver Glitter Glue doesn't show as well on the Gold Foil but still adds some sparkle.|
|Inside of card|
|Botanical Embossing Folder|
Other Close To My Heart products used for this card.
- White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
- Specialty Cardstock: Gold Foil, Silver Foil
- Thin Cut Dies: Stitched Fancy Borders, Stitched Rectangles
- Stamp Sets for the sentiments: For All Occasions, Pumpkin Spice Scrapbooking
- Exclusive Inks: Charcoal, Mulberry
- Stickles: Goldenrod, Silver
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Next up is the blog of the talented Wendy Kessler. Enjoy the hop!
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