Embossed inchies

Capture d’écran 2019-03-20 à 12.01.02

The title says it all. Capture d’écran 2019-03-20 à 12.00.44I die cut and dry embossed 9 inchies adding coloured heat EP at strategic raised areas.  The design is the Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #380 and the colours are from the Color Throwdown Challenge #535 of red, yellow, soft green and white.  A yellow vellum butterfly was also added.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_3894

Thank you FMS for the recognition 😀


31 thoughts on “Embossed inchies

  1. Love this! I’d like to try this idea. What is “coloured heat EP” and how did you get the dry embossing so deep? Thanks for any more info you can provide.

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    • Hello,
      EP is an acronyme for Embossing Powder. As for the dry embossing, I mist the paper before passing it through the embossing machine. Hope that helps 😉.
      Thank you for visiting my blog😍
      Paper Hugs, Joanna


  2. I love this – love playing with inchies and years ago I used to run an inchy challenge blog – we still do inchies swaps on my FB group – I found you via Pinterest


  3. This is amazing! All of the different patterns and textures look so awesome. Love it! Thank you for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  4. I love the way you used the sketch, Jo! The touches of color are just perfect. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  5. Love all those different embossing patterns you used! And just the perfect amount of little bits of bright colours! A card I will have to CASE one day!

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  6. Love the rich embossing on those inchies! I love that you kept it mostly white and just added a splash of color. What a creative and imaginative card. Love this.

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  7. Now that looks like a lot of fun. Love the deep texture and the wonderful design. The pop of the colours along with the crisp white look so striking x.

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