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Paper Temptress Textures with Winnie the Pooh

“Poetry and hums aren’t things that you get, they’re things that get you. And all you can do is go where they can find you”

Winnie the Pooh

This was a silly fun card to whip together with lots of Paper Temptress texture:

Winnie the Pooh with Paper Temptress texture

The grass…and the flowers are made with Heavy weight Clear vellum cardstock. The grass is coloured on the back with a green copic & embossed with a Perfectly Paisley Cuttlebug folder.

The main card...blue sky is Blue Raspberry Pop Tones cardstock (LUV that colour!)

The Clouds…

Embossed & Sanded Cadillac Cover glossy Clouds

Took seconds to make these clouds, but they were lots of fun. :O) I’m usually intimidated by glossy cardstock, but the Cadillac Glossy Cardstock is really fun to emboss & sand for a quick texture.

  • Step 1) Cut glossy Cadillac cardstock to fit an embossing folder
  • Step 2) Add a little bit of ink for depth
  • Step 3) Emboss it
  • Step 4) Sand it
  • Step 5) Cut into cloud shapes (and stitch if you like)

The Image:

This photo, below, shows unmelted clear detail embossing powder on a digitally printed image (to give you an idea of how well it holds on Canvas Silver Lustre paper)

I think my new mission is to find more Paper Temptress papers to print Digital images on. This is a Colouring page, from the Disney site, printed on Canvas Silver Lustre paper (text weight) works like a dream in the printer.)
my favourite way to emboss digital images:

Step 1) Have all supplies ready (I use clear detail embossing powder and as an embossing tray (to catch all the powder) I use a cookie tray (baking sheet) that I reserve for crafting. You want to have it on hand so that when your printing is out of the printer you can emboss asap while the ink is still wet.

Please note: The main requirement is that the paper you use resists the ink for a bit so that the ink stays wet enough to take the embossing powder. :O)

Other Great Papers for embossing digital images:

Step 2) Set up your print settings. Set printer to print the size you want & I like the standard setting (not too fast that the quality will be compromised & not too slow…highest quality printing takes so long that the ink can dry before you have a chance to emboss.)

Step 3) Print the image out

Step 4) Sprinkle embossing powder on the image as soon as you can & heat set it.

Step 5) Finish it up with colouring etc… Since the embossing powder seals the ink, it prevents smudging, so you can colour with whatever you like. I love to use Copics (especially on Vellum cardstock; it goes on like butter! This Canvas Silver Lustre  has a sheen that is so pretty with Copics or other markers too. You can even emboss water-based markers on it, since it resists them a little.) ;O)

Winnie on Cavas Silver Lustre

Winnie on Canvas Silver Lustre

Winnie the pooh digital image on Canvas Silver Lustre paper (text weight) coloured with a mix of Copic markers, a silver Zig Painty pen (metallic), & water-based markers. You can get a nifty effect, if you like, by working a bit of the shine off with the markers (leaving a matte areas of shading where the shine is removed.) The shimmer & texture looks SO neato in person!

Hope your Paper Crafting is an absolute blast!

Mel

Mel Stampz

P.S. In May, Paper Temptress has this great special: With every $15.00 order you’ll get a free package with 1 sheet of each color of the Astrobright colored cardstock and with $30 or more, a package of 2 sheets! Cool huh? :O)

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