Faux Metal & Sanded Dry Embossing

Morning, all! Kristina here. :)

For today’s card, I wanted to try out sanding dry embossing again. You’ll remember I did a card similar to this a while back, where I also used a sanding block to take the edge off a dry embossed image. The Hero Arts layering papers are perfect for this because of the color being only on one side of the paper.

I also did some faux metal on this card with the stamp. If you’re familiar with heat embossing, the faux metal technique is super simple. You only need a metallic embossing powder, VersaMark ink, a heat tool, and a stamp. You could even use white embossing powder for a more porcelain look instead of metal. :)

For instructions and tips on both sanding dry embossing and faux metal, be sure to watch the video below. :)

Watch video below | Watch at YouTube


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