Friday, 17 January 2014

Frosted Scattered Embossing Technique & Video!

Happy Friday folks!! 

Are you looking forward to the weekend? I certainly am! Breakfast tomorrow with two of my besties, chilling out with my lovely and very hardworking hubby followed by lunch out at his aunt and uncle's on Sunday. Really looking forward to it! 

As promised (and I really hoped to have done this earlier this week)  here is a card and video on the frosted scattered embossing technique I showed you earlier this week on the card I made for the Paper Player's and also SU Only challenges! 

Stamp Set: Hello Lovely
Ink: Gumball Green, Crisp Cantaloupe
Cardstock: Pistachio Pudding, Gumball Green, Crisp Cantaloupe, Vellum, Very Vanilla. Gold Foil
DSP: Venetian Romance
Big Shot: Petals a Penty
Punch: Bitty Butterfly, Banner (SAB)
Trimmer: Scallop
Accessories: Gold Baker's Twine, Pearls

I really love this card! I bought the petals a plenty folder a while ago but haven't really used it as the pattern was very compacted, now I've created a way to be more versatile with the folder. Love it!

I've explained pretty much everything in the video so sit back and enjoy! (Sorry I rather got my hand in the way of embossing, its so hard to see at such a distance so I don't get my head in the way...I hope you get the general idea!)

Have a beautiful weekend whatever the weather is doing by you! 

Happy Stampin',

Amanda xox


  1. Great idea! Thanks for the video!!

  2. Very fun cards! Thanks for the video explaining the technique. I love getting new uses out of my EFs

  3. I LOVE this technique Amanda! Very cute cards xx

  4. LOVED your video and your projects are beautiful!
    On SC I "totally" figured it out with the flowers, I think because I knew them to be from the embossing folder, but somehow today, seeing the Decorative Dots card, I was thrown off and perplexed, LOL! So "Good Job" to you; ha!
    Your cards are truly beautiful and you did a great job showing off the products! Thanks so much for sharing with us! :) Donna

  5. Wow - that is truly amazing. Thanks for the explanation.

    - Nancy