Hi everyone, today I am sharing a card which features the Country Floral Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. The design of this embossing folder is gorgeous and I think you are all going to love it too. It’s one of those designs which looks great as the background of a card but which also looks stunning as the main element too. This is how I am using it today. I really wanted to make a feature of the gorgeous floral design. Initially, I was inspired by a card I had made back in April last year (which you can see here) but a lot of fellow Demonstrators in a Demonstrator Group started colouring the design with markers and they looked so good that I decided to give that a try too.
Here’s the Card…
Isn’t it pretty? I love the different shades of blue and green. It’s also super quick to make and you don’t have to be precise with your colouring as the different shades help give it even more dimension.
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Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set comes in different types (such as clear mount and wood mount) or as a bundle, I link to all.
This is beautiful – I just love the color combo! How did you make this card? Did you color the paper after embossing or color the embossing folder before you embossed? Which side of the embossing folder?
Hi Erin, thank you for your kind comment. The card was made by first taking a piece of Whisper White cardstock and placing it in the Country Floral Embossing Folder. After the paper was embossed I coloured directly onto the paper with my Stampin’ Blends. 🙂 Was as quick and easy as that…and not messy at all. 🙂 I hope you’ll give it a try. 🙂
How do you use your pen to cover the entire raised part of a flower, leaf, etc and not color the white paper next to it? Is there a tutorial on how to use marker pens accurately while coloring the embossed flowers of the Country Floral…embossing folder?
Hi Rita, thanks for your question. The secret is to go quite slowly and to start away from the edge. The Stampin’ Blends will bleed a little as that is the nature of an alcohol marker. The raised image actually makes it easy to “stay within the lines”. Have a practice on an area where you might end up putting your sentiment. You’ll find it is actually quite easy. Hope you have fun with it! 🙂