Wednesday, June 12, 2013

SCS Product Focus: Embossalicious!

Good morning!

Do you love Splitcoast Stampers? I do. They offer excellent crafty advice and loads of new techniques. Whenever I want to try something new, I always go here to choose one of their tutorials. Remember the shaving cream technique I highlighted? Splitcoast Stampers taught me that one :)

This week's product focus: Embossalicious embossing folders from Crafter's Companion! You know how much I love them from my post a couple of days ago, which I can't help but share again:

This card uses the 6X6 Petite Dot folder. I lightly sanded the edges to make the dots pop right off the card. The stamp: Sheena's A Little Bit Sketchy - Poppies and Daisies colored with Spectrum Noir pens.

Here's another pretty card I whipped up for this event:

This time, I used the 6X6 Elegant Frame embossing folder, and inked the raised edges with Memento Teal Zeal ink. The sentiment was stamped in the same ink, one of the freebies that comes with the Crafter's Inspiration magazine, and the image was taken from the Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady CD. Such a quick card to make, but so pretty!

Do you have a favorite Embossalicious embossing folder? Head over to Splitcoast Stampers and find out how to get a discount off your next embossing folder purchase with Crafter's Companion. Enter your favorite card made with the Embossalicious line of folders in the SCS gallery, using the tag CraftersEmbossing



Georgiana said...

Both cards look great! The first one is a classic in black, white, and red and the second is very elegant.

Hope you will stop by when you get a chance.
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Stef H said...

wow! these are gorgeous!

hugs :)

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful cards!Love the embossing!!!

Unknown said...

Beautiful. Two different ways to look at the same basic design :)
Thanks for sharing!

Amy Martin said...

Beautiful cards. Love the embossing.

Verna Angerhofer said...

What gorgeous cards. I always love a dotted background and also that border you embossed for the other one is super fantastic too. Great take on the sketch!