This week at Stampin' Royalty we are challenging you to pull out your big guns-Heat Guns that is! Time to do a little Heat Embossing:) Like I mentioned a few days ago, I rarely use my Heat tool any more now that I have my Big Shot for dry embossing, but there is just so much you can do with heat embossing that you just can't with embossing folders so I have been having a lot of fun lately using my embossing powders again.
This card is pretty clean in a vintage-y shabby chic sort of way. (Okay so really not sure if that is even a style but I don't know how else to explain this card :) Gasp, I only used three main colours Baja Breeze, Pink Pirouette and River Rock. Both the Blossom image and the sillouette of the little girl have been stamped with Versamark then covered in Clear Embosing Powder. I used some Soft Suede Ink to sponge on the card base and the tag.
I also used my Cutter Kit to rough up the edges of the tag image just a little and crumpled the paper a bit.
Supplies used: Baja Breeze, River Rock, Soft Suede, and Pink Pirouette Card stock. First Edition DSP, Heat tool and Clear Embossing Powder, Versamark, Soft Suede Ink, Bitty Punch Pack, Pearls, Curly Label Punch, Dotted Ribbon Border Punch, Victoria Crochet Trim, Vintage Trinkets and Cutter Kit.
Have a great day,