This week at The Pixie Cottage we're sharing our favorite technique. I love, love, love embossing, especially "dry" embossing. So many different options available, from embossing folders, to smooshing something like an onion bag or piece of screening in your machine's "sandwich", to get all sorts of wonderful designs embossed into your paper.
I used Copics to color the adorable "Hannah at the Pond" by Sandra Hammer, available from Michelle's Scrapbooking. Not sure why, but the clouds came out extremely pale in the picture, but IRL they look great. I sponged Stormy Sky Distress Ink around an hand-cut cloud mask. Then I attacked almost every piece of paper with the Cuttlebug embossing folder, except for the dotted background. :) The flowers were punched with Nellie Snellen punches. I then sprayed them with water to soften up the paper fibers to get a deeper impression in the embosser. They were then tipped with Perfect Pearls.
Paper Sundaes - Clouds and skies
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Anything Goes - Pick of the Bunch (Flowers)
Crafts and Me - Anything goes
Stamps: Hannah at the Pond from Michelle's Scrapbooking.
Paper: HOTP, SU! CS.
Accessories: Corner punch, Nellie Snellen flower punch/embosser, Cuttlebug EF, Drew Drops, Perfect Pearls, Stickles.