I’ve used the Emboss Resist Technique on my card today. It happens to be one of the Techniques from our current Technique Treats, along with the Double Embossing Technique. I will be honest & say that this is one of my favourite techniques. All kinds of possibilities. I’ve also used the “Swirly Bird” Bundle.
I wasn’t too sure what I was going to do with the piece once I had created it, but then decided to cut it into pieces to create a Mosaic Background. I’m very happy with the card now.
For a Free Tutorial on how I created my card, please click on the link above the photo. It also includes all the supplies & measurements (Imperial & Metric).
I saw a card when looking for something else on the internet the other day & loved the way the card had been created using DSP & Card in a Mosaic way. After tracing it back to the original post, I would like to thank Kelly for sharing it her wonderful card.
This is a perfect way to use some of your DSP. You can have as many pieces of DSP or Card as you like to create your own version of the card. I decided to use just 2 pieces of DSP along with 1 coordinating Card for my mosaic. Creating your card this way, you are able to create 3 more cards using the same Card & DSP.
The Mosaic Card fits in perfectly with our Pretty Pattern Papers whereby we encourage you to use all that gorgeous DSP you have sitting in your cupboard & not a game to cut into it. Be sure to click on the link to purchase any of the tutorials available.
Don’t forget, by clicking on the link below, you are able to download a Free Tutorial to create your own card. It also includes all the supplies I’ve used plus the measurements.