Embossing Paste Technique # 3 ~ Ombre Effect video tutorial

Here is the third and final (for the time being) of my series where I share how to create an ‘ombre effect’ using Embossing Paste.

This is a great product for producing really specatular effects and it just so easy to use. Scroll down to see the video.

Card base:  8 1/2 x 5 1/2 Soft Suede Card ~ scored @ 4 1/4

Layer 1:  5 1/4 x 4 So Saffron Card

Layer 2:  5 x 3 3/4 Very Vanilla Card

Layer 3: 4 3/8 x 1 5/8 So Saffron

Layer 4:  4 1/4 x 1 1/2 Very Vanilla

Ink Color:  So Saffron, Peekaboo Peach and Calypso Coral ink refills, Soft Suede for the greeting and the little hand cut pot.

I chose these colors to create the ombre effect because it meant I could use the Calypso Coral 1/4 Ombre Ribbon

Learning a technique is one thing – but what to do with it when you have done it!  So the video will show you how to make this card  which would be perfect for just about any occasion.

Remember to keep a pan of warm soapy water and some paper towels handy when you use the Embossing Paste – it helps with clean up!

If you missed the first in the series – click here  and the second in the series – click here

Thank you for stopping by – I hope you like today’s technique and card – please let me know in a comment ~ by using that little link just under the title.

If you are in need of any stamping supplies, I would love to be your demonstrator.  Just click on the Shop Now button on the right side of my page and go directly to my online store.

If you want to create this card all the supplies are available 24/7 in my on-line – just click a picture and it will take you right there, just order what you need.

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