Denise is starting her boys school year right! See what Denise created for one of her son's teacher with the eBosser!
BOY OH BOY!!! My eBosser got a work out with my project for today! Starting today, the Craftwell Design Team is going to be focusing on Back to School projects. My oldest son starts 2nd grade in a couple of weeks and my youngest starts pre-school next month, so I have lots to get ready for!
Since my eBosser was on overdrive, I went ahead and filmed TWO all new eBosser videos for you! Before we get to the videos, let’s talk about my project. Today I made a card to give to one of the teachers. This is something that I always do, mainly because I want them to understand that I am here to support them. I always try to build a relationship with the teacher, because if there is something that I can do to help my kids do well in school, I want to be sure to know about it. The extra little touch makes a difference!
To start with I picked my color scheme. I decided on Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, Summer Sunrise, Pure Poppy and Vintage Cream. I decided that I wanted to use a Papertrey Ink impression plate called Book Print for the background so I used that in my eBosser onto a piece of Summer Sunrise cardstock. The first video that I have for you today is all about embossing with various different materials. Next I took a piece of Vintage Cream cardstock and using two Spellbinders dies (Labels #6 & 11), I cut and embossed those in the eBosser. That just so happens to be the subject of my second video. I then decided to use my Copic markers (R29 & YR15) and air brush those labels to enhance the embossing even more. I also cut some Pure Poppy cardstock with the My Favorite Things Fancy Flourish die and some Dark Chocolate Striped Pattern Paper with a PTI Half & Half Die. On the larger Spellbinder die, I stamped an apple from a Unity Stamps Itty Bitty set called To The Core with some Pure Poppy ink. On the smaller Spellbinder die, I stamped my sentiment from the Taylored Expressions The Places You’ll Go stamp set in Dark Chocolate ink. The final touch that I threw in right before assembling was to spritz the impressed background with a little Mister Huey’s Warm Calico spray ink. Put it all together and I have a card that was created using my eBosser in about 20 minutes.
So, now that I have my card all put together, it is time to watch the videos. First we have one that is all about embossing! In this video, I demonstrate embossing with embossing folders by Cuttlebug, Sizzix, and Lifestyle Crafts. I also show how to use the Papertrey Ink impression plates like I used in my project today as well as using the Fiskars Texture Plates.
Next, we have a video that was requested by several people on demonstrating cutting and embossing with the Spellbinders dies.
Hope you all enjoyed my project and the videos today!
How awesome is Denise? Not only is her card gorgeous, but her videos rock! We are sure Denise's kids will sure become the teacher's favorite!
Be sure to leave Denise a comment! If you would like to see her try something with the eBosser, let her know!