Friday, July 21, 2017

Embossing Paste and Medallion Mask

Good morning my CREATIVE followers! How's your Friday looking? I have NOTHING to do today...so I'm just gonna relax! I am heading down to Woodland this afternoon to see my two oldest sons! My twelve year old daughter and I are gonna take them to dinner, spend the night and then head over to Walnut Creek to go back to school shopping with my oldest daughter, Sarah! They have a GREAT Forever 21 and Kate really wants to have her sister there to help her pick out her SEVENTH GRADE wardrobe!  I LOVE that they LOVE each other and that my married daughter would take this time to be with her little sister...it's such a BLESSING!!!

This morning I have another fun card that we made at my July classes. 

This card is created using the new Embossing Paste and the Pattern Party Decorative Masks. These are such FUN products and so versatile! 

I started with a Whisper White card base and chose Basic Black for my first layer.  For the next layer I added texture to another piece of Whisper White card stock by using the Medallion Mask and Embossing Paste. It dries very quickly and when it was ready I used my Sponge Brayer to add color using Tempting Turquoise ink.  The really cool thing about using the sponge brayer is that you can make it as light or dark as you want!  



Here is a close up of the dried embossing paste. 

I used my Stitched Shapes framelits for the sentiment as well as the Whisper White ring. The DELIGHTFUL Crushed Curry flower is from the Support Ribbon framelits. The sentiment is from the Rose Wonder stamp set and is backed with a piece of Lemon Lime Twist card stock that's cut with the 2" Circle Punch. The center of the flower is a Clear Faceted Gem.

SUPER SIMPLE yet so pretty! I hope you'll try it out and find that you love it as much as I do!

Hey...THANKS BUNCHES for stopping by today!  THANK YOU for allowing me to share what I LOVE to do...with you!  Have a FANTASTIC weekend!

~Today's Thought~

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