Adding Texture to Stamping

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s card features dry embossing over a stamped sentiment…
I started by stamping THIS flower three times and using THIS coordinating stencil to add color to the image by adding ink. Once all three flowers were colored, I fussy cut the images. I used a black sharpie around the white edge to give a finished look. Next, I stamped THIS sentiment in the center of an A2 white panel. I ran it through my die cut machine with THIS embossing folder to add texture on top. With a light hand, I ink blended with blue ink around the edges. I adhered the pink and purple flower on top and bottom and cut the yellow flower in half to use on the left and right side. I trimmed a little bit off the bottom of the card and added a thin strip of black cardstock to ground the design. I added a bit of THIS to the cardstock to make it shine.

Here’s a closer look…

I also used the same embossing folder on the flap of the envelope to tie everything together…

I hope this has inspired you to try adding subtle texture on top of your stamping.

Thank you for visiting today. Happy crafting!

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