Wednesday, February 9, 2011

It's LOVE with Zoe!

Hi Everyone,

When I saw Crissy's new image this month - Floral Heart available from Whimsy -I was instantly reminded of some of the stamps I used to play with and knew exactly what I wanted to do!

I wanted to play with EMBOSSING POWDER!! Yup! Using a DIGI STAMP!! :)

Floral Heart is THE perfect image to play around with when trying this concept. The idea is to print your digi with an inkjet printer onto velum. I learned of this technique months ago from someone on CDAC. I am sorry I don't recall her name.

I had my settings set to glossy photo paper and on high quality print so it would drop a lot of ink. I had the heat gun preheated, my catching tray right beside the printer and the lid off the embossing powder ready to sprinkle! I probably didn't need to be so ready but it doesn't hurt! heehee

As you can see the card is nice, clean and simple. I did use some of my gadgets and added the dry embossed background and used a scalloped square die for a little bit of decoration. :)

I stamped the grid pattern using a cheap Kaiser stamp I think.

I stuck the vellum heart after it was embossed to some white cardboard and cut it out so it would really pop.

Here is a close up!

Of course the theme of this card is 'LOVE' which ties in perfectly for this months challenge at Sundays with Crissy. Every few days one of us brings you some new inspiration to help get your mojo going! To enter the LOVE challenge you need to go to THIS POST.

I would LOVE for you to try this technique. It really is fun! Of course you could do this with any image but I am allowed to be a little biased aren't I? teehee

Thanks so much for stopping by. If you would like to check out more of my work feel free to drop on over to my CRAFT BLOG here.

Big Squeezes!

Zoe xxoo


  1. Wow, what a great technique!! I'm going to try that :) Thanks for sharing!!
    Hugs Anneke

  2. This is gorgeous Zoe!! I just love your technique, colors and design!! Stunning!

  3. This is great! Very innovative - I've got my heat gun warming as we speak! I particularly love the clean lines of this card, thanks for sharing, Dee


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