Today, rather yesterday (it's about 2:30 am EDT on Sunday) I watched Julie E's video over on YouTube on Die Cut Impression Embossing. She made the CUTEST tile. I LOVED it. You can watch the video at YouTube, just type in Die-cut impression embossing. It is so easy to follow, I encourage you to watch it. It involves some masking, making an impression with your die, some inking, and lots of heat embossing.
The project called for Inchie Art Squares, I have no clue what they are...but I did have some thick chipboard, which I covered with white cardstock, and I went to work. I made one following her directions, and was so happy with the out come I made 2 more. After making dinner, I decided I needed 3 more tiles and I would fill my long neglected photo tray with the tiles. Not month specific, but ART to look at and enjoy until I get tired of it. (like that is going to happen, these tiles are so darned cute.)
First pictures of the individual tiles, then a shot of them in their new home...I found some blue wood grained paper (on the B side of a sheet I had purchased for the floral pattern) for a background. Sounds odd I know, but it looks perfect to me.
Thanks for indulging me, have a wonderful day.
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Chipboard, glue, white cardstock, dies (memory box, my favorite things, and hero arts) stamps (hero arts)
Inks(versamark, Brilliance (gold, perlescents(poppy, coral, blue sky, lime green) versafine (onyx black))
Embossing powder-Detail Clear Hampton Art and embossing enamel-Stupendous Clear, Masking Paper,
Patterned paper (My Little Shoebox)