Thursday, 7 August 2014

Katzelkraft Challenge - Embossing

Katzelkraft have a fabulous challenge for August, EMBOSSING, anything from dry embossing, embossing powders, embossed metal, wherever creativity takes you. There is also a fabulous prize on offer. Simply pop by the BLOG for all the details.
I created a background with Butterscotch and Juniper Alcohol Inks with a touch of blending solution added to the blending tool. I love the mottled background set against the white embossing on the Collage Anemone image.
I had scraps of ribbon on my desk to which I added stamping from the Collage Anemone stamp using Saffron Archival Ink and I then stapled the pieces of ribbon into place. I also included a metal flower embellishment again coloured with Alcohol Inks, along with a Chitchat sticker.
A further strip of stamped ribbon has been stapled into place along the top of my card along with two stamped banners.

Thanks so much for stopping by.  Tracy x x

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hazel said...

This is gorgeous Tracy, I love the white embossing on the fabulous background.
xxx Hazel.

Anneke said...

This is amazing. Thanks for inspiring me Anneke.

massofhair said...

Just tried embossing with white powder on a black background and it turned out beautifully. Love the colours of your background, shows that white works on most background colours. Fantastic card :-) xxx

Anonymous said...

So beautiful and also very elegant.

Tracy said...

Truly beautiful, lush colours with the pop off white...xxxxx

Michelle said...

Really pretty, Tracy! The alcohol inks look fabulous with the white. Love it!

glitzzy said...

Absolutely gorgeous colours are fantastic xx

Redanne said...

The beautiful mottled background certainly makes the white embossing 'pop'and I love the idea of stamping onto the ribbon, such a lovely touch. Anne xx

Dianne said...

I just LOVE this Miss Tracy, the colors are spectacularly blended, love the touch of blue in the flower..Thanks for sharing, hope you have a wonderful week, ((( BIG HUGS)))..

megote said...

j'aime beaucoup votre travail des encres et embossages a chaud
il s'y dégage une petite chanson poétique
et pourtant il y a de la technique pure et dure!!!lol
je suis désolée mais je ne parle pas anglais!!!
votre dernière carte sur le blog katzelkraft est belle!!mais belle!!!!