This is my second post as a guest designer for January.
|Used the SB Majestic Labels 25. I cheated in the middle crimson die.
**It does not have an inner die to make a frame. I cuttled it with the second smallest die which does have slight rolled the pin pricked edge to it.
Cut the pin-prick edge off, shape carefully into the nice roll of edge. Looks like it was made as frame.
When printed verse, as the card was shimmery card, able to emboss it quickly.
1. Before putting it in printer use embossing buddy (hand made one, see this post)
2. Have embossing powder (clear) + scrapsheet to catch waste powder ready.
3.As soon as it is through printer, sprinkle embossing powder.
4. Heat emboss as normal. It works for any glossy card. Will not work on matte card.
|This card has already been mailed yesterday. The one above is going to Japan for Missionary lady's February birthday from our church.
The digi of the birds is a Nicecrane Birds and Blossoms digi, and also the file is a transparency I overlayed it in Word on the bird digi. Printed it out on the special coated inkjet paper on high resolution. Triple mounted it, then added the two embossed pieces.
The one on the left in gorgeous inky coppery hue is from my snippet drawer.
Been struggling to recall what ink I used on it .. so creamy and sheeny. It is on cheap piece of card from a sock packet too!! I used TH Dots Matrix EF, debossed. The other (embossed with CB Moroccan Screen) is the lovely Kaisercraft Metallic Emerald card you can buy at Lincraft in Oz. I go to big smoke tomorrow to catch up to with RosA of WOYWW :D and hope to visit there again, God willing.
|This is the png, file, large size and transparency if you right click for download this is the best one for use.
|This is a smaller file in jpeg format.. open it up by clicking on it, then right clicking so save think will work best. It is not transparent and will not overlay.
Don't you love Isaiah? I do .. it is in the old Testament my favourite, along with Job and of course the book of Psalms.
I will go before thee, and make the crooked places straight;
In times of unwellness, which often seem to be there - His love and watch-care enable me to go on.
Well, thanks for popping over - and staying for a peek and chat. May God bless your day where ever you may be.
Shaz in Oz.x