Sunday, June 25, 2017

Stamping Sunday Blog Hop - Embossing Paste

Wow, I sure am hopping a lot this week! Blog hopping that is 😁 Sara Levin invited me to be a Guest Blogger on the Stamping Sunday hop this week. What an honor! And we are featuring Embossing Paste this time. That made me very excited, because that is right up my alley! I love embossing paste, and have almost used up an entire jar already πŸ˜‚


Sweet baby card using Wood Textures designer series paper stack, Embossing Paste, and Little One stamp set from Stampin' Up! Video tutorial on the blog post. Tanya Boser, Stampin' Up demonstrator, tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
My first go at Embossing Paste for this hop was this collection of cards I used for a swap. I used several different wood grains from the Wood Textures DSP stack. I love them ALL!πŸ’–

Sweet baby card using Wood Textures designer series paper stack, Embossing Paste, and Little One stamp set from Stampin' Up! Video tutorial on the blog post. Tanya Boser, Stampin' Up demonstrator, tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
 Here is the very first one I made.

Who doesn't love a video?! I hope this video is helpful for you. I am showing how easy it is to use the Embossing Paste on patterned paper. 

Gilded Embossing Paste! Using the Pattern Party masks, embossing paste, and gold embossing powder on Color Theory designer series paper by Stampin' Up! -Tanya Boser, Stampin' Up! demonstrator. tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
My second project takes this a step farther. I call this Gilded Embossing Paste. You just sprinkle on some embossing powder after you remove the mask. Let the paste dry for 15 minutes or so, then set the embossing powder with the Heat Tool. This time I used the Color Theory DSP stack. 

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10 comments:

Denita Wright-Smee said...

Tanya! Your 'Little One' cards are just beautiful. I will be CASEing your sweet cards soon - if you don't mind? So lovely; each and every one. Hope you enjoyed being a Guest Designer too. D xox

Lea Denton - The Crafty Spark said...

Beautiful collection of cards. Just love the guided medallion on the Color Theory paper! Thanks so much for hopping with the Stamping Sunday Design Team

Theartfulinker said...

Gorgeous baby card! And, I'm in LOVE with the effect of the paste and embossing on the Color Theory paper. Thank you for joining us as a guest hopper for Stamping Sunday!

Danielle Bennenk said...

Wonderful cards. I especially love the combination of the paste on the wood textures paper. Thank you so much for joining us today :)
Greetings from the Netherlands,
Danielle

Kelly Kent said...

Great projects Tanya. I never think to alter DSP!!! Thanks for the inspiration! Kelly x

Lynsay said...

Thank-you for guest hopping with us this week! Those baby cards are absolutely precious! I'm totally addicted to the wood textures paper and I will definitely by trying that out! I'm also onto my second jar of embossing paste! :)

Kim Oliver said...

Both cards are little works of art Tanya!

Yvonne van Bruggen said...

Great cards Tanya! Love what you did with the embossing-powder.. Thanks for being a guest-designer in the team! Love from Holland

Sarah Fleming said...

Gorgeous cards, Tanya! I would never have thought to put the clouds on the wood paper -- stunning! And I love your gilded embossing. I tried it, and it did *not* turn out well -- I'm going to try letting it dry for 15 minutes before heating it.

LΓΌftchen said...

Your cards are gorgeous! I love the clouds!!! So cool swaps!

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