Have you ever tried a technique that you found online - perhaps even on my blog - and ended up with something a little off from what the technique originally was supposed to look like? This here is an example of that. The original technique has you running Basic Black cardstock through the Big Shot using the Lovely Lace embossing folder, lightly running Versamark ink over the raised portions and embossing using Whisper White embossing powder. You were to then color the white embossing powder using alcohol markers. Well, that is what I did, except that the Versamark ink hit in some of the unraised portions and the embossing powder didn't release from other areas as well so I ended up heat setting it anyway. I colored the raised images and the background area stayed a spray of white embossing powder. I actually think it turned out pretty cool! It was a hit at class! We also colored the rhinestones using the Blendabilities.
Here on the inside, we used the Lovely Lace embossing folder and then used a sponge and ink to color the raised portions. The centers were then colored using the Blendabilities.
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