'first emboss stencil into white cardstock and THEN sponge over stencil for color.  This is VERY subtle effect, at least with my cuttlebug and the paper that I used, but it is a pretty effect.  I used squeezed lemonade, peacock feathers and mowed lawn distress inks on my Mini Flower Frenzy stencil, and chose this favorite sentiment'

'first emboss stencil into white cardstock and THEN sponge over stencil for color. This is VERY subtle effect, at least with my cuttlebug and the paper that I used, but it is a pretty effect. I used squeezed lemonade, peacock feathers and mowed lawn distress inks on my Mini Flower Frenzy stencil, and chose this favorite sentiment'

HYCCT1419 - SPREAD IT AROUND! the background (of stenciled embossing paste) was colored after it was dry by replacing stencil and sponging on the ink color

HYCCT1419 - SPREAD IT AROUND! the background (of stenciled embossing paste) was colored after it was dry by replacing stencil and sponging on the ink color

The Crafter's Workshop Mini Flower Frenzy stencil, Ink:  Distress Inks - mustard seed, worn lipstick, and picked raspberry

The Crafter's Workshop Mini Flower Frenzy stencil, Ink: Distress Inks - mustard seed, worn lipstick, and picked raspberry

By Donna Mikasa. Sponge or spray 3 colors of Distress ink through a stencil. Stamp sentiment in VersaMark and heat emboss with gold powder. Add gold sequins. Quick and fun!

By Donna Mikasa. Sponge or spray 3 colors of Distress ink through a stencil. Stamp sentiment in VersaMark and heat emboss with gold powder. Add gold sequins. Quick and fun!

By Lin Brandyberry (quilterlin at Flickr). Combination of sponged ink through a stencil with dry embossing.

By Lin Brandyberry (quilterlin at Flickr). Combination of sponged ink through a stencil with dry embossing.

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