Sunday, May 20, 2012

Private Reserve and a Faux Letterpress Technique

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Hey there, Tanisha here and I'm back with another Quick Quotes post.   

This month, we are featuring projects using the amazing PowderPuff Chalking Inks.   I created a faux letterpress look on my card by inking the raised part of an embossing folder with Pink Cheeks PowderPuff Chalking Inks


I placed my cardstock (the side that would face outward) over the inked raised side of the embossing folder. 

I ran it through my cuttlebug and voila-- I'm left with an inked debossed print.   This is a very easy technique and the result is fabulous.  The possibilities are endless, too!  Try different colors and patterns to personalize any project.




VELLUM TIP:  Make your vellum quote pop against any background by adhering it to a piece of white paper before attaching to your project.

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5 comments:

CraftyGirl said...

Gorgeous Card Tanisha!! Thanks for the tip on how to use the PowderPuff inks with our embossing folders! I will be trying this very soon!

barb :)

Dorina D said...

Thanks for the tips. Cute card.

Adora Concepcion said...

great technique and beautiful card!

Jan Hennings said...

love this technique! SO COOL!

Anita Scroggins said...

Great tip- I have done this with embossing but not with colored inks. I will give it a try!