Thursday, February 10, 2011

Inlaid Embossing

I wanted to try a technique that I saw a month or so ago.  It is called inlaid embossing. 

I began with the color challenge at Picture Perfect Creations   

 I pulled out my sizzlets which I had not used in quite some time.  I cut the flowers out and then used the white gel pen to trace around the embossed image so it would show up when I embossed it.  I also used the 1/4" circle punch to make the center of the flower.  After I had my pieces all glued down, I ran the paper through the Big Shot with the Textured Impressions embossing folder.  The clue is to make sure the pieces are glued down fully so they don't pop up when you emboss them.  Here is my creation.

 inside of card

Thanks for looking and have a Great Day!



CardArTart said...

I Love this technique, I learnt it recently myself with a valentines card that had hearts inlaid. In fact, I bought that same embossing folder because of it! I love your idea of outlining the image too. :)

Kim Singdahlsen said...

I love this technique and you did it so well! Isn't it amazing that the die cuts appear to be part of the paper!

Anne Marie said...

VERY cool technique, Robbie! I also really like the outline with the white gel pen. I'm excited to try this out! Thanks for sharing! :)

Paula-Scrap Addict said...

Nice card, inside & out! Thanks for joining us at PPC this week, hope to see you again
~Paula - PPC DT

Lori said...

OMGOSH what a NEAT technique! I haven't seen that one yet :) I am gonna have to CASE your card and give it a go...thanks for joining us this week at PPC :)

Lori - PPC DT

Tamie said...

Robbie I have seen this technique quite a few times now and absolutley love it! It is a must to learn. Love how you worked it in with our color combo this weeks. Your card is fabby! Thanks for sharing it with us at PPC this week.

Tamie - PPC DT