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Embossed Rose Birthday

Hello, everyone! Rachel here today with a card without any coloring! Crazy, I know!


I decided to create my own patterned paper by stamping my Sweet Rose stamp multiple times across a colored piece of cardstock and then heat embossing the images in white. It really makes the images pop off the paper! I cut my piece down to just smaller than a card base (4 inches by 5 1/4 inches). I used some double-sided tape to adhere my panel to the front of a white card base and then set to work on my sentiment.

I wanted my "happy" die cut to be more dimensional, so I cut it from some white paper 4 times. I heat embossed one with silver embossing powder. To get it looking so smooth and shiny, I used 3 layers of embossing powder. Yes, I know, it seems like a lot, but it really makes a difference! I adhered it to my card front with some multi-medium matte. I stamped the next part of my sentiment on some scrap white cardstock and then heat embossing in silver to match my die cut. I carefully cut it down to a small strip and then used a mix of multi-medium matte and foam tape to adhere it on top of my die cut. I finished off the card with a few pearl embellishments.

That's all for this card! Super easy, but a great way to use those line stamps without having to color them! Thanks for stopping by!



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  1. Such an elegant card Rachel!! Love the embossed background!

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