05.02.2018

Love Is In The Air



LOVE IS IN THE AIR

This week we also showcase beautiful Carabelle Studio products.
If you have them, that would be nice to see them used. 



As always there is a $50 voucher waiting for one random winner 
who could spend it at Simon Says Stamp Store


This is my full of love card with Carabelle Studio Envolee de Coeurs
embossing folder which I had completely different vision of its use 
but finally it turned out as you can see and I really love this effect. 
Take a look below on how I made it and some close-ups too. 


I started tipically with embossing of my panel with Carabelle Studio 
Envolee de Coeurs embossing folder and I really loved the pattern!
But as I wanted to treat it with mixed medias I needed it to be resistant. 
The best way to achieve it was to cover with embossing powder, right?
So I did it with SSS White Fine Detail Powder where only the raised 
pattern was covered with powder and I loved this effect even more.
After that I also put some Crackle Paste randomly and started to
give color with deep reds, a bit of pink and black. 
I loved how the embossed parts were still visible and constrasting.


I left my hearted panel aside and started to make the main background.
As I do not own much colors of embossing powders I used a trick 
with Distress Oxide Walnut Stain ink which stays wet long enough 
to apply embossing powders successfully. 
Here I used the SSS Clear Embossing Powder and I obtained 
pretty brown embossing result. Lovely, right? 
Then I sewed the edges and colored the background with Distress Oxides. 





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14 komentarzy:

  1. I think I say this every week, Macarena, so I hope I don't sound like a broken record but you achieve the most beautiful texture on your projects. I love the raised letters, crackles and lovely embossed hearts on this one. Such a beautiful card.

    Cathie ♥

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  2. Gorgeous card Macarena, I love the embossed design and how you treated it to get such a fabulous effect! the whole design of this is absolutely stunning!! LOVE it :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  3. What a sweet sentiment to match your found relatives! I also love the heart background for the frame! :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  4. Great trick with the walnut stain oxide ink and clear embossing powder! Must try that too sometime :) gorgeous project, thanks so much for sharing the tutorial :) xo Cheetarah

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  5. Wow, what a beautiful panel! I love how you used the embossing powders - amazing 😁. Thanks for the inspiration and wishing you a happy weekend! J 😊

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  6. Kolejna świetna praca-cudowne faktury i jak idealnie z-embossingowany stempel! Super!

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  7. This is another stunner, Macarena! I love how you have that bold red embossed panel in the background. The flowers are amazing, too. You definitely made love look fantastic!

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  8. oh wow!! this project is awesome! and how I have missed this AMAZING text background stamp from Simon?? ahhhh gotta buy it right away!!!

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  9. I love the richness of this card, it's just amazing and the texture on that embossed background is fabulous, it really makes that cute couple pop right out of the page ~ I love it! <3

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  10. stunning card Macarea, that embossed background is amazing, the perfect backdrop for your loving couple, hugs kath xxx

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  11. Your card is stunning, Macarena. The texture and layered embellishments you made on this card are gorgeous. :)

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  12. Amazing card!love the embossed and bright background! fabulous design as always! barbara

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  13. Fabulous card, Marzena! love the text and hearts background and the paper dolls are so cute! Hugs, Sandra

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  14. what a beautiful Valentine Marzena - love the thick look of that embossed heart and background - so pretty behind the vintage couple! Thanks for sharing this with us at A Vintage Journey Challenge - Julia xx

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