Saturday, August 14, 2010

Embossing Folder meets Metal

This is just a simple technique that some of you might have tried it but I just want to share how cool it is to use it with Tim Holtz Alterations Embossing Folders. In the sample above, I've simply just use a Ten Seconds Studios black metal sheet and run it through a Big Shot with the embossing folder. Then, I've lightly use a sanding block and sand on top of the embossed images.

You can use this piece as a background on any of your project or cut it into smaller pieces to make some embellishment. Why not try it with hid die-cuts? I should give that a try in my next project. Try this and I'm sure you'll love it!

6 comments:

Cathy said...

I do this with my metal...but I haven't had any of this cute black metal before....gotta go check that out now :)

Molli Frey said...

WAY COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can't wait till my 20 union is over so I can go downstairs and play again ;)

Robin Gibson said...

So cool! This I will have to try! THANKS!

BARB TOPPING said...

I love the look of the embossed metal and then using alcohol ink to highlight the embossing. I really, really love the Tim Holtz embossing folders and so do my 5 and 7 year old grandchildren.

Mieke said...

I so have to get me some of that metal. I just been watching some cool video's on Ten Seconds studio and that is so much fun! Love the dies by Tim Holtz as well. Have fun creating!

Anonymous said...

I bought some metal 2 years ago from Ten secounds studios, It is great stuff! I teach a few classes with the metal. For scrapbooking and crafting. Love this!Been doing it a while..So fun!I use almost any embossing folder and run it throught my Big kick and it works great. You can paint it,ink it, All kinds of stuff.Give it a try.

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