Hello Crafty Peeps, and thank you for stopping by.
It has been a strange couple of weeks, but I'm pleased to say that I'm back on track and feeling creative again. I had a fight with a scalpel about 3 weeks ago and damaged my left index finger. In itself that wasn't a problem, as I am right-handed, but trying to do anything with a bandaged finger is inconvenient at best. Thankfully, I have healed quickly and well and am no longer waving around a big white digit! I had exactly the same accident and injured the same finger 20 years ago, just before Christmas, and my big white finger was a great source of amusement when conducting our work's choir at our carol concert!
Today I'm posting my submission for the AECP class 'Impressive Heat Embossing', in which Svetlana Marchenko introduces us to some of the many ways we can use heat embossing to take our cards to the next level. This card is my interpretation of lesson 4 - Layered Heat Embossing - and I've used the 'Vintage Roses' layering stamp set for this.
As always, there will be a full list of the supplies used at the bottom of this post.