Progressive Cards

I took the Progress Cards class and thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought I would try some different techniques with embossing. I used an embossing folder and some crackle paste.

I used a piece of watercolor paper and lightly misted both sides with water. I put it in the 3-D Texture Fades Foliage embossing folder and ran through my die cutter. When it was dry I lightly ran the ink pads of Tattered Rose and Antique Linen over the embossed leaves. I let dry and redid the process. I found the key was to very lightly run the ink pads over the embossed panel. I blended around the outside some tea die distress oxide to frame it.

I used the Greenwood Flower Altenew Layer stencil and stamped the first layer. On the 2nd layer of the stencil, I used some crackle paste. I then sprinkled some Kitsch Flamingo embossing glaze on the paste and waited for it to dry. After drying, using a heat gun, heated and embossed the glaze. I then lightly misted with some perfect pearls in some water.

I assembled the flower on some specialty papers and adhered to a card. Lastly, I added the sentiment.

Hope you enjoy!

One thought on “Progressive Cards

  1. This turned out gorgeous, Jeanette! I love that you took the class to the next level and applied your own twist to it! Super fab job!
    Thank you so much for submitting your very last project to the AECP assignment gallery. Good luck for the last step!

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