Howdy friends! If you've stopped by my blog recently, you've probably seen that I'm having some fun creating based on inspiration from fall/winter 2016 fashion. There's some pretty crazy stuff out there right now - not that I'd wear any of it - kind of Shakespeare goes Punk. It's inspired me to get
Here's today's card.
You've seen me do this before, use a stamp set "as is" to stamp a background. If you look below at the lower left corner and compare it to the cover sheet, you'll see that I rearranged a couple stamps to cover my card in a less "arranged" way. But the rest are "as is", I just tilted the sheet slightly.
When the images were all covered with embossing powder, I melted with my heat gun. TIP: I warm the gun on the aluminum-covered cardboard, keeping my card above it to warm the powders from beneath. This warms them up a bit so that they stick and aren't as likely to blow off when I then heat from the top. On this card, since it took a bit longer than usual to get all the powders on, I didn't want to risk too much blow off so I heat set from beneath.