January 26, 2014

Tutorial: A FUN Embossing technique... by PINQUETTE Jessie

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Hi! It's Jessie :) I have a fun tutorial on some great ways to use embossing folders.
I am going to share a few different techniques you can use with the folders. I have one completed project to share today and I'll have more in the future with some of the techniques shown.

Regular Embossing
I just ran this one through the machine with a Darice heart folder. You can find the folder at the Pinque Peacock Discount Hut Here,
Lightly Sanded
This one I again ran it through the machine and then lightly sanded the hearts.

Inked Debossing

I used a polka dot folder and just inked the back panel of the embossing folder.

So it comes out like this. The image is pushed into the paper with the ink.


This one I used a paint dauber to paint the back of the embossing folder. The 2 ways to do this technique is after painting run it through the machine. That is the paper on the right. The one of the left after I painted it, I laid the paper in and just smoothed it against the paint with my hand. It gives it a more distressed look.

I used the regular embossing to create this project.

Here is a close up of the adorable Pinque Peacock Angel Stick Pin. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial.
I can't wait to see if you use the techniques.


Miranda said...

Super cute!

KristyLee said...

Great TUT! Will have to try this out! Thanks!

Julie Odil said...

Loved your tutorial!

Rhonda Emery said...

tfs turned out great. hugs

barbara macaskill said...

Great tips! TFS!

Donna K said...

Thanks for the great info, Jessie!

Kimberly Pate | KP Kre8tions said...

Embossing folders are so much fun to play with and try new techniques. Your card is super cute!


Anonymous said...

thanks for the fabulous tutorial! Great Card

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Awesome altered cd!! I love that embossing folder you use.