Saturday, January 6, 2024

Embossed Rose

I made this background using a clear block, markers, and water. I really like the effect. The amount of water you apply will determine the look that you achieve. Give it a try. Thoughts? 

   You've Got This

   Sweet Sugarplum A-2
   Basic Black 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
   Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (2)


   Soft Sky
   Pink Pirouette
   Sweet Sugarplum
   Garden Green
   Emerald Envy
   Delightful Dijon

   Heat Embossing
   Clear Block Watercolor

   Black Embossing Powder
   Embossing Buddy
   Water Mister (Spritzer)
   Clear Block "F"

First, I colored the clear block, using the markers in the order listed above: Soft Sky at the top and ending with Delightful Dijon on the bottom.

I then misted the block with water. I did not add much, so this panel was a bit splotchy. The more water you add, the more blurry or blended effect. Note the Soft Sky had the most water. You can also choose to add more water with a watercolor brush. I did not.

Once, the block was misted with water, I set it on the Basic White panel for a bit to allow the color to soak into the paper.

Once it was dry, I went over the panel with an Embossing Buddy.

I then stamped the image and sentiment with VersaMark.

I applied some Black Embossing Powder and then heat set it.

I added the panel to a Basic Black matte, and then adhered it to the Sweet Sugarplum card front.

Lastly, I adhered the other Basic White panel to the inside of the card.

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