Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Sweet Stamps Burned Embossing Challenge

Our challenge this week at Sweet Stamps is burned embossing. When you emboss, keep your heat gun going a bit more than you would to just emboss. For this card I used Sweet Stamps  fine detailed embossing powder in copper. The stamp is a new release: Queen Anne's Wildflowers silhouette. I used the Cheery Lynn die: Country Girl (B157) and threaded ivory silk ribbon and finished off with a bow.
Designer Paper is Authentique Thankful.
Check out our blog to see all the wonderful creations from our very talented team.
Get out your heat gun and join in the fun for a chance to win a prize from Sweet Stamps.
I am entering the following challenges:
Critter Sketch Embossing Challenge
House of Gilli
Crazy Challenge
Cheery Lynn Designs
D.C.C. & Friends Challenge


  1. Very pretty, Joni, how you wove the ribbon through the Country Girl border. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge blog.

  2. Beautiful card- the color and embossing is gorgeous! Love the woven ribbons too, and the fabulous flowers: )

  3. What a sweet card!! I love what you did with the ribbon and die!! Thanks for playing along at Cheery Lynn Designs!

  4. Fabulous card, great technique too, we'd love to see you enter at www.dccfriendschallenges.net
    hope to see you there x

  5. Wow stunning card Joni!!!!! Love the beautiful image and color the bow adds such an elegant touvh!!!!! Fabulous!!!!!

  6. This is fabulous, thanx for joining us at Critter Sketch this week, hugs, Marion

  7. So pretty Joni, love that border die, thanks for joining us this week over at CLD.
    Sheila xx

  8. Gorgeous card and lovely layout, thanks for joining us at DCC & Friends, good luck x

  9. Hi Joni, what a stunning card.. I love the burnt embossing and the colours you have used are just yummy.
    PS Thank you for joining us at Cheery Lynn this week.. Good Luck in the draw

  10. Gorgeous!! Love the design and the copper powder looks awesome. Love the ribbon threaded through the border and the added flowers.