Cut out your image with your Nestabilities the way you normally would. Don't peel it from the die, just flip it over like you see in the picture.
Using a stylus, press down next to the grooves of your die, and you'll be left with an impression.
Remove your cardstock from your die and flip it over. Taddah! You have your embossed Nestabilitie shape and you are all the wiser :)
Stamps: Spring Critters (CD Stamps)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Riding Hood Red
Paper: Rockabilly DSP, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Neenah Solar White
Accessories: Scallop Circle Nestabilities, stylus, circle cutter, Stampin' Dimensionals,
White ribbon, Kiwi Kiss courdoroy buttons, Copics, q-tip, paper piercer
What a great way to emboss them! I run mine back through the Cuttlebug using the tan mat and it's kind of a hassle. This way would go much quicker and give a good emboss to thinner cardstock. Thanks!ReplyDelete
It was me, I admit, who could not figure this out and requested the tutorial.. It is so easy and such a great way to add a little something extra to the layout! Thank you for posting the tutorial, I would have never figured it out on my own!!ReplyDelete
as always simple pictures for us simple folks. thanks for showing me this..ReplyDelete
I agree with Leah! Great idea, Cassie! I'm loving that cherry paper, too!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely adorable, Cassie! I love the colors and that sweet image!ReplyDelete
YEAH!!! Thanks for the Nesties tip! It totally makes sense!ReplyDelete