Woodland Wonder

Every so often a I will come across a technique that just wow’s me. Lately I have been seeing cards made with the Woodland Texture Impressions Embossing Folder that looked like a scene from the real woods with depth and shading.  Today my card is my hand at this technique which turns out to be really very simple.  Stampin Up Woodland TIEF Lovely as a Tree AverysOwlery.com10-6-2015 8-54-47 PM

What do you think?

Soft Suede card base with Pool Party under whisper white.  The wow is certainly the embossing with and the trees in the background. With the embossing folder open, I sponged the relief side of the embossing folder, where the trees go in) across the top with Pool Party. Then I stamped the tree from Lovely as a Tree right onto the folder several times with Mossy Meadow.   I embossed a piece of Whisper white card stock down to 4.25 x 5.5.  I cut down the piece to the size I wanted and mounted it on dimensionals to the card base.  The ‘Season Of’  sentiment is from Holly Jolly Greetings.  I used the cut out ‘Joy’  from Wonderful Wreath (annual catalog) die set in Real Red.

Don’t forget the inside.

I went rebel on the inside and used Pool Party instead of white.  I stamped some of the tree again to carry over from the cover.

Stampin Up Woodland TIEF Lovely as a Tree AverysOwlery.com

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

11 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness what a technique! I would have never figured this out. I have to try it! Love your card. Thanks for sharing.

  2. A great, and simple explanation Lynn. Thank you! I have been trying to figure out how to do this technique. I would have never gotten it.

  3. I love this! It’s so elegant and unexpected. I really like this EF, but stamping things into the background is so pretty. I’ve see this before and I must try it. Thanks for some great inspiration today.

  4. Wow! What a great technique. Thanks for explaining how to do this. Beautiful card!

  5. I enjoyed your ‘rebel’ technique for the inside LOL. I’ll definitely be using the front side technique too. Thank you!

  6. I almost didn’t look at this because it looked too difficult! Thank you for sharing your lovely card and a technique even I can do (I think)!

    • I hope you do try it Susan. That’s the thing about most techniques, they look like it takes hours and really it’s so simple.

      L.

  7. Beautiful card. Will be making this card.

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  9. So easy yet so beautiful. Love it!

  10. Beautiful card!

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