I tried something new for my background. I Versamarked the black cardstock and heat set it with Clear embossing powder to give it a shiny look with the idea that my clouds created with the Cloudy Day embossing folder would stand out more. I think it worked GREAT!
Ingredients: Stampin' Up products: Cardstocks--Shimmery White (cardbase), Basic Black, Real Red, Vellum. DSP Stack-Brights. Stamps-Lift Me Up (front sentiment), Sealed with Love (inside sentiment), Valentine's Love (hearts-inside/ retired). Die: Up & Away framelits (balloon, clouds). Punch: Curvy Corners (retired). Embossing Folder: Cloudy Day (retired). Embossing Powder: Real Red Glitter. Other: Zutter Corner Rounder punch. Recollections: Foam Glitter Hearts; Charcoal Anthracite Embossing Powder, Dies: Papertrey Ink-Clouds/ Hero Arts-Cloud.
Registered: September 24, 2008 Location: Victoria, Australia Posts: 6583
Fri, Feb 17, 2017 @ 3:42 AM
Gosh, what's not to love about your card!? Everything is gorgeous! Love how you did the cloud background - genius! And the red and black really 'pops' together esp. with the embossing. Definitely into my Favourites and is one of the loveliest Valentine's Day cards I have seen: I bet your husband ♥loved♥ it!
Registered: June 27, 2012 Location: Washington Posts: 14033
Sat, Feb 18, 2017 @ 11:18 PM
Thank you ladies for the kudos on my hubby Valentine card. I was pleased to see how well it worked to use the Versamark and heat embossing to cover a complete layer of a card. Now, I'm thinking I might like to try it with a color! :-)
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