|Stampin' Up! UK Honeycomb embossing another way!|
A long time ago I was asked to demonstrate a technique at a Stampin' Up! training event. I used a stylus to emboss a stamped image from the reverse, having stamped it on vellum first and then put the vellum onto a paper piercing pad.
Now it's even easier to do as you can just use the inside of an embossing folder and your stylus from the Stampin' Up! Simply Scored Scoring Tool and any embossing folder. I used Honeycomb for this pretty birthday card and although I've used pink pirouette, raspberry ripple, crumb cake and soft suede you could easily swap out the colours to turn it into a card for a man with a less girly border punch.
Which leads me on to remind you that the scallop border punch and raspberry ripple card stock, ink and embellishments are retiring at the end of the month. Pop over to my Stampin' Up! UK online shop to see what's retiring and place your order before it's gone for good. Many items have generous reductions on them so don't miss out on a bargain. The items on the retiring list are only available while stocks last!
Why not have a try at embossing on vellum with your stylus!
Stamps - gorgeous grunge, label love
Embossing - honeycomb folder
Tools - scallop trim border punch, stylus, marker pens,
Embellishments - gold sequin trim, neutrals dsp stack, linen thread
colours - pink pirouette, raspberry ripple, soft suede, whisper white, crumb cake