Monday, October 29, 2018

Oranment Branch Die (Part 1)

Hello friends!
I am excited to share a project with you that  created with the following die.
from: Scrapbook.com

This die is very dainty yet it is very versatile....
I even came up with TWO versions of using this die.

I puled out a few different elements from the latest release from Penny Black.
Today's card is Part 1.

tis the season

 I started out with gold-embossing the bauble with the lovely Flourishing Tree Stamp.
With Emboss Resist, I applied bright colored ink from Distress Oxide. 


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 Once I made the die cut, I added an extra piece to make the dainty die a little bit stronger.
I love using dies for dry-embossing. That is exactly what I did with this new die from Penny Black.
shop Simon Says Stamp here
Ding---> Love the look of the die , but you don't necessarily want to use the die cut?

Dry-embossing is another great alternative. All you need is adding the Tan Embossing Mat along with your die cut machine. It give you the subtle element without overwhelming your overall design! 
works for me every time! 😊
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I stamped the background with the smallest leafy image from Christmas Sprig Stamp.
The sentiment is from Peaceful Season (love all the sentiment in that set).

Hope you enjoy today's post! I will be back for Part 2.
Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

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Thank you for stopping by!

10 comments:

Dawn Turley said...

A beautiful card Virginia. Love the use of the dry embossing

Dotty Jo x said...

Another gorgeous card, Virginia! Jo x

Purple Princess said...

So very pretty!!

Sue D said...

Very pretty ornament and I like the dry embossing.

Linda BL said...

Love the scroll pattern with the dry embossing. The gold embossing on the ornament reminds me of a cloisonné ornament. Really lovely.

Denise Bryant said...

Love the way you decorated and colored that beautiful ornament!

conil said...

Aaaah, you know me so well. I ADORE the look of dry embossing. You've captured my heart with this lovely and festive card. Plus, it has all the Virginia elements I so admire.

Harriet said...

Delicate and lovely!

Question: DRY EMBOSSING.............I would appreciate a step by step explanation!

Virginia Lu said...

Thank you, everyone, for your most positive feedback!
Harriet, I will keep your request in mind and hope to do a simple tutorial. xo

cghundley said...

Very pretty.
The ornament
is beautiful.
Carla from Utah