Marsha Valk | Elizabeth Craft Designs: Water stamping with ECD embossing folders and Ranger Color Wash + Dylusions

Marsha Valk | Elizabeth Craft Designs: Water stamping with ECD embossing folders and Ranger Color Wash + Dylusions

To watch part 2 (Video 2) with more micro fine glitter techniques click here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRNw60OtyFQ My blog: http://smscrapperdesigns.blo...

To watch part 2 (Video 2) with more micro fine glitter techniques click here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRNw60OtyFQ My blog: http://smscrapperdesigns.blo...

I made several of these scrabble tile pendants as graduation gifts (along with bookmarks) They were so easy and so much fun. Here goes my very first tutorial.... Gather your basic supplies. There are several other necessities, but I'll tell you about them or show them to you as we navigate through this. Break out the Mod Podge to adhere your papers to the back side of each tile. Don't use the Dimensional Magic shown above for this, but the waterbase sealer/glue. I used the Matte formula…

I made several of these scrabble tile pendants as graduation gifts (along with bookmarks) They were so easy and so much fun. Here goes my very first tutorial.... Gather your basic supplies. There are several other necessities, but I'll tell you about them or show them to you as we navigate through this. Break out the Mod Podge to adhere your papers to the back side of each tile. Don't use the Dimensional Magic shown above for this, but the waterbase sealer/glue. I used the Matte formula…

Gelli printed card. Instead of getting paint on my embossing folder, I embossed clear contact paper and used that as a texture plate.

Gelli printed card. Instead of getting paint on my embossing folder, I embossed clear contact paper and used that as a texture plate.

Stamping with embossing folders. beautiful, loose watercolour effects. It’s very simple to do: open up the embossing folder and decide which side you want to use to print – depending on the design of the folder, it is usually best to use the side where the background is raised. Apply dye inks to the raised surface of the folder (I used Distress Inks), mist lightly with water, then press a piece of card onto the wet, inky surface.

Stamping with embossing folders

Stamping with embossing folders. beautiful, loose watercolour effects. It’s very simple to do: open up the embossing folder and decide which side you want to use to print – depending on the design of the folder, it is usually best to use the side where the background is raised. Apply dye inks to the raised surface of the folder (I used Distress Inks), mist lightly with water, then press a piece of card onto the wet, inky surface.

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