Thursday, October 27, 2016

Fancy Friday Blog Hop - Embossing Fancy Frost Specialty DSP

 Welcome back to the Fancy Friday Blog Hop!
My fancy friends and I are back with some NEW fancy friends too! We loved working with each other so much that we decided to continue on with an all new blog hop to inspire you in fun new ways! These are a group of past and current Artisans that have become fast friends thru the Artisan journey. Glad to have you here!
 Each month on the last Friday, we will bring to you new challenges of all kinds (color,sketch, stamp focus, etc)! This month we are having fun with a Fancy Technique (or Tip) Challenge! Each person will share a tip or technique that they have found in their creative mode!

I wanted to challenge myself to come up with a different technique to use on the Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper. It is a thick white textured embossed images paper in the Stampin' UP! Holiday Catalog. I have been using it recently on some secret projects made for a special assignment. It is really pretty as white too!
Wham Bam!!! Can you see how I changed it?
To create this look, cut your DSP to the size you want. Then take your Versa Mark pad and lightly rub across the surface of the DSP. Now cover Gold Emboss Powder all over the layer. Use your Heat Tool to melt the powder. (watch your fingers on this part!) To finish, take your sponge dauber with Delightful Dijon Ink and fill in the white spaces.
I used products from the Paisley and Petals Suite in the Stampin' UP! Holiday Catalog to finish up the card. I am loving the Paisley Framelits Dies with the two layer piece here and the added Metallic and Regals Enamel Shapes.
I used the rest of that bold pattern paper in the Petals and Paisleys DSP to make a gift bag with the Gift Bag Punch Board. I topped off with the yummy Rich Razzleberry in the 3/8" Ribbon Trio Pack.

Thanks for stopping by my post for the Fancy Friday blog hop!
Inspire. Create. Share. That's what I love to do.
Cindy
Now move on to my awesome friend Allison's FANTASTIC TECHNIQUE by clicking on the next button below! 

2 comments:

Bev Adams said...

This is really beautiful Cindy!

Jeanna Bohanon said...

Such a unique look!!!! Turned out great.