Tag: embossing

Embossing Technique Class

January 18, 2016 at 2:01 pmCategory:CARDS | CLASSES

IMG_7344

IMG_7345

IMG_7352

IMG_7353

I LOVE Embossing! There are so many techniques that you can do with some embossing powder, VersaMark Ink Pad and a heat gun (or a blower as some of the gals in the meetup call it)…

This class was from the Summer or at least early in the school year. Yes, I am trying to get better at blogging. If you really want to keep up with my artsy adventures, check out my Art Facebook Page. There are lots of great things going on there.

If you are interested in meeting new creative people and having a blast, join the GOTHAM CITY PAPER & PAINT MEETUP GROUP! We are a pretty sweet group of gals from beginner artists to those more advanced. (a’hem lol) We make cards, canvases, scrapbooks and even have a monthly Art Journaling Club. I have found my tribe & couldn’t be happier-won’t you join us?
IMG_7367

IMG_7369

IMG_7370

IMG_7371

IMG_7372

IMG_7373

IMG_7374

IMG_7376

IMG_7379

IMG_7381

IMG_7383

IMG_7385

IMG_7387

IMG_7389

IMG_7390

My Very Well-Loved Pastels

September 17, 2010 at 8:00 amCategory:***Heidi's Artsy Posts***


Stampin’ Up!’s CHALKS are amazing! I have had this exact set since I signed on as a demonstrator over four years ago. There are so many fabulous techniques using chalks. The one on this card is very basic and quite relaxing!

I ran Stampin’ Up! Watercolor Paper through my BIG SHOT using a holiday embossing folder from Cuttlebug. I love using the Watercolor Paper because it is a bit thicker than regular cardstock. The impression is really deep-gorgeous.

I added a pop of color by rubbing the Chalks onto the image using the Finger Daubers. I rubbed a bit of Crystal Effects on the cardinal-this added some shine and made this the focal point of the card. Pastels, delicious!

Painting, Embossing, Distressing…OH MY!

September 6, 2010 at 12:00 pmCategory:Techniques

This technique is QUICKLY becoming my new favorite! It is so easy and so very cool.
1. Use 3-4 paints and cover your surface. I squirt blobs of paint on my cardstock or tag. Then, I use an old gift card to smear it around like I am putting icing on a cake.
2. Let it dry!–then, run it through your BIG SHOT with an embossing folder of your choice.
3. Rub the embossed tag/cardstock with StazOn ink. SOOOO cool!
I love the distressed look of this background and paired it with one of my handmade flowers. That flower is COVERED in ink and paints. So messy to make, so fun and relaxing…