August 5, 2013
Design Team: Caroline Duncan Week 5 Cycle 7
Can you believe its August?! Yeah, us either! Well, August is a special month, as Teresa Collins is sponsoring this special month! We can't wait to show you all the amazing projects you can create with Teresa Collin's embossing folders and paper line! If you haven't seen her paper collections, you MUST!!!
Today, Caroline Duncan utilized 'Cabbage Rose' embossing folder to create her project below!
Check it out:
Hello and Happy ! I have a fun project and technique for you today using the brand new Teresa Collins eBosser Cabbage Rose Embossing Folder! I embossed a jumbo #12 sized kraft tag in my eBosser with the gorgeous letter sized Cabbage Rose. Then I painted the entire embossed tag with a Fresco Finish acrylic paint. This paint dries very quickly but I dried it also with my heat tool just to make sure. Once dry, sand the raised portions with some rough sand paper to reveal the beautiful cabbage rose. Sanding off paint is a technique that gives a nice vintage look. I paired the tag with another #8 sized tag I die cut with the Tim Holtz Sizzix Bigz Tag and Bookplates Die from some Teresa Collins Family Stories “numbers” DP. Stamped some crackle, inked the edges a bit, and added a button from the Memorabilia Decorative Buttons pack. Then I cut out a frame from the Teresa Collins Memorabilia “frames” DP and added a photo I downloaded from the web. Layered it with some banners I cut from Teresa Collins Memorabilia “labels” DP and a pretty floral spray. Thank you Teresa for providing our Craftwell Design Team with so many lovely items from your gorgeous line of paper crafting supplies!!
eBosser by Craftwell
Cabbage Rose Teresa Collins Collection letter sized embossing folder
Inkssentials #12 Kraft Tag
Paper Artsy Fresco Finish paint (Baltic blue)
Teresa Collins Memorabilia ‘labels’ DP
Teresa Collins Memorabilia Decorative Buttons
Tim Holtz/Sizzix Tags and Bookplates Die
Heartfelt Creations Decorative Flower Pot Die (foliage)
Bazzill green card stock
Wild Orchid Crafts Florals
Thank you Caroline!
See more of Caroline's project on her personal blog below:
Which one of Teresa Collins' eBosser folders is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section!