Embossing has been a very popular technique in my scrapbook classes over the last few years. People like that you can emboss paper and turn any piece of paper into a new one, adding texture and a 3D effect to your crafty projects.
Today, I would like to show you a 8x8 layout I made, mixing patterned paper with white cardstock that I previously embossed and inked!
But first of all, here's what you'll need for this layout :
- a Big Shot (655268)
- Sewing and measuring Tape Embossing Folder set (657671)
- Papers (Studio Calico)
- Stamps (Studio Calico, Technique Tuesday)
- Badge (October Afternoon)
- Wood veneers (Studio Calico)
- Alphas (American Crafts)
- Inks (Versafine)
- Mists (Studio Calico)
- Cut'n'Dry foam (Ranger)
First of all, you need to cut a piece of white cardstock size 4x4". Then, insert it once inside the embossing folder and run it through your Big Shot.
As the width of the embossing folder is 4", you just have to run it through your Big Shot once.
Once your white cardstock is embossed, grab your favorite Studio Calico mists and add colors to the top embossed designs, using a cut'n'dry foam.
While you let this dry, start glueing your picture on the upper right side.
You can start stamping your background (here I used a ROAD TRIP stamp by Technique Tuesday) and create embellishments with title stamp (like the I love this life stamp by Technique Tuesday).
Once your embossed paper is dry, glue it at the top of the paper, near your photo.
Use your sewing machine and sew all around the edges.
Add your title, wood veneer embellishments, badge and label and you're good!
I am loving this size more and more so you might see more of these layouts in the near future! :D
Have a great day!