Thursday, 16 August 2018

Just Add Ink #422 - Embossing - First Frost

Good Day Crafty Friends,

Hope you have had a great week. Its challenge time over at Just Add Ink, and this week, Rochelle has challenged us to Just Add Embossing. This could be Heat Embossing, Embossing Paste or Embossing Folders.

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I chose to use Heat Embossing and a couple of different Embossing Folders - I have run out of Embossing Paste! Bugga it! Lol I probably would have added a teeny weeny bit of that too if I still had some.

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I have used a stunning stamp set from the new HOLIDAY CATALOGUE, called First Frost. The floral images were stamped and sponged and then with a paint brush, I have painted Tombow and then applied Dazzling Diamonds. 

The three panels that the stamped images rest on, have been embossed using two folders - Subtle and Tufted. The other Embossed element in my card is the sentiment, which has been stamped in Soft Sea Foam and then Clear Heat Embossed.

The Soft Sea Foam foliage has been adhered with Tombow and the Flowers over the top with mini dimensionals.

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Be sure to stop by all the Just Add Ink Design Team members blogs for more inspiration using this weeks challenge colours. We would love for you and your crafty friends to play along, if you have a blog you can add your card to the Just Add Ink gallery here. Don't have your own blog? No problem! Just send us an email to with a photo attachment. We'll upload it to our challenge entry blog.

Until next time, stay awesome, stay organised and stay crafty


  1. Those flowers are gorgeous! I'm trying soooo hard to resist that suite, you are making it very difficult!

  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Fantastic colours and such a fabulous idea to paint the over the tombow and pour over the Dazzling diamonds. Got to give that a go! Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

  3. You do pretty so well, Jackie. I just love your creation! D xox


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