Today’s share is one of the five gorgeous projects included in the Techniques & Tea: Embossing Paste class – a fun one using embossing paste in quite a different way:
As you may have noticed in many of my projects, I just love this Brick and Mortar Embossing Folder. Now with adding embossing paste, it has a different look again!
I love how the bricks are different heights, so they pick up anything you put over the top in different ways. It’s a perfect companion to the new Wisteria Wishes bundle.
Of course, the star of the show here is the new Wisteria Wishes dies and these fun wisteria flowers. I just love wisteria in real life. I went with Balmy Blue paired with the new Orchid Oasis, but many combinations would also work for variation.
I do like touches of vintage, even on more simple or clean cards. It’s a little style I call “clean vintage”. Embossing paste doesn’t have to be full on mixed media or grunge; use it to add little texture details, too.
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If you’d like to learn more about embossing paste and how to use it in more advanced techniques, please join me in my online embossing paste class – Techniques & Tea: Embossing Paste!
Class includes six videos, five projects, five project sheets, photos, and five technique reference sheets with step-by-step instructions. Register here for just $25 NZD (about $15 USD) for immediate access:
For some basic tips to get started with embossing paste, please enjoy this short video. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more tips and project ideas.
Thanks so much for stopping by my stamping studio today! ~ Jacque Williams