Spellbinders Collaboration | Fancy Heat Embossing
Hi everyone! I’m thrilled to share two cards using products from the latest Spellbinders collection.
First, I got the chance to play with the Floral Panel Card Etched Dies (from the Flower Garden Collection by Sharyn Sowell). As you can see bellow, it’s a cover-up die.
But I decided to think "out of the box" and use it in a different way. I die cut the panel from white cardstock and I cut out one flower (on the top right corner) with scissors. I sponged the flower with Distress inks and then with Versamark ink. I sprinkled Frantage Shabby White Embossing Enamel over the flower and heat embossed the piece with a heat gun. Next, I created a top-folded card base with light pink cardstock. I did some tiny black ink splatters on a white panel, heat embossed the sentiment using golden embossing powder, tore up a piece of vellum with my fingers and fixed it to the panel at a corner. To finish off the card, I adhered the flower to the vellum using foam pads for more dimension and the panel to the pinkish card base.
For the second project, I worked with the Shapeabilities Botanical Dragonfly Etched Dies (also from the Flower Garden Collection by Sharyn Sowell).
I die cut the dragonfly from white cardstock, sponged the pieces with Versamark inks and heat embossed it with gold sparkle embossing powder. I then created a top-folded card base and sponged blue ink over it using a stencil and blending tools. I adhered the dragonfly to the card front with foam pads for more dimension and added a label sentiment, heat embossed with gold embossing powder, as shown. The sparkle effect is SO beautiful and looks incredible in real life (much more as on the picture).
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Thanks so much for stopping by!