Sunday, 28 June 2020

Ink & Share Scrapbook Blog Hop - Embossing

Welcome to June's Ink & Share Blog hop this month's theme is

                          " EMBOSSING "

this could be dry embossing, embossing powder or even embossing paste the choice was ours.

You may have joined me from Cindy's  blog or perhaps you are starting you journey here with me, I hope that you like our creations and the they give you inspiration as you hop around the world. 

I thought it would be apt to use some of the stamps from the Swirly Frames stamset as they went with the photograph I wanted to use.  I still have to pop my title on "In Stitches". I stamped the shapes using - Gorgeous Grape, Highland Heather and Perfect Posy.

I choose to use embossing paste on my layout. However I went to use my shimmery one but it was rock hard - guess I didn't seal it properly!! so I grabbed my Silicone Craft Sheet  popped a blob of my White Embossing paste using one of my Palette Knives, I added some Dazzling Diamonds until I was happy with the mix. Not sure the pictures will pick this up and it really pops my page.

My layout was still not feeling quite right so using my daubers I sponged over the embossing paste with the inks and it pulled the page together, especially as I added some memento's to the page - my wine charm gift and wedding favour bag (it was filled with Parma Violets guess who ate them? Eli his favourite)

I  hope you liked the scrapbook page I've shared with you -  supplies used  to created this, can be ordered via my Online store here. Remember to use this months hostess code which can be found in the side bar, to receive a little something from me if your order is under £150.

Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to see what Kirstie has created using this months theme. 

And remember if you're a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and love Scrappin' then why not hop along with us, just look up our group on Facebook, we'll love to have you join in!! 

Happy Scrappin'


1 comment:

Cindy Mitchell-Clark said...

Lovely page Sue, beautiful way to keep those memories safe.

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