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Morning glory emboss resist

Yes, it’s another emboss resist card, this time a delicate, ‘stay inside the lines’ one. I embossed the morning glory stamp from the transparent flower medley set with clear powder over black ink. I coloured with watercolour pencils, a blue and a purple for the flowers and a couple of greens for the leaves.

When I trimmed my panel I decided it need a little something in between the flowers so added some black nuvo crystal drops here and there in different sizes. Within minutes I managed to put something down on top of the panel which smeared some of the black drops! I let it finish drying then trimmed it and separated the two sections on a black card base. Now when I use nuvo crystal drops I take my panel and place it on the other side of the room where I am less likely to dump something on top of it.

Just in case you missed my last few posts I am embossing all the things at present because I have a challenge happening with The Foiled Fox right now and I would love you to get involved. You have three more days to add your emboss resist card to our link up. Hope to see it there soon.

Supplies

Stamps: flower medley, delicate flowers
Paper: hot pressed watercolour paper, epic black neenah cardstock
Inks: onyx black versafine
Paints: Albrecht Dürer watercolour pencils (Faber Castell)
Also: ebony nuvo crystal drops, clear embossing powder

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4 Comments on “Morning glory emboss resist”

  1. Shauna Todd says:

    Beautiful example of emboss resist, Heather!

  2. Carolyn L says:

    Such a lovely card, as always. Thank you also for the great tip on how to convert a boo-boo into a (planned 🙂 “Design Feature”.

  3. Pat says:

    What a pretty card Heather and the split panel works beautifully and you would never know the reason why you cut the strip out…lol. x

  4. Darlene L says:

    Just love the morning glories…so realistic…awesome work.


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