Thursday, October 22, 2015

Happy Birthday Elephant Trio


Welcome to the Universally Crafty Die-Versions Blog! Karen here and today I am sharing a birthday card I made for my son featuring the Elephant Die from Die-Versions. I die cut him twice out of black cardstock and once out of chipboard. I placed the chipboard elephant on a Ranger craft sheet on an electric griddle heated to 300 degrees and covered him with ultra-thick embossing powder. After that melted, I sprinkled several aged embossing powders from Stampendous on him and let that melt. I removed him from the heat and while still molten, stamped him with a barb wire background stamp from Technique Junkies. This technique is called Deep Impressions and is one of many Frantage techniques originated and taught by Fran Seiford of Stampendous.

I attached the three elephants on a card base I embossed with an Embossalicious embossing folder and sponged with brown distress ink.

Remember you can get a 15% discount on any of Die-Version's great dies by simply using my discount code karen15 when you check out at the Die-Versions website.

Thanks for visiting the Die-Versions blog. I hope my card inspired you to try some of the many great Die-Versions dies available at the website.


1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, Karen, this is so gorgeous!! The elephant looks amazing!! I love the technique you used!! So beautiful!!

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