Embossed Monochrome Technique Card
This Embossed monochrome technique card is more simple to make than it may appear! Check out the easy steps!
Picking a single color and adding a little gold can really make a card that pops. Additionally, coloring in the stamped images with markers of the same color is a fun monochrome technique for your next project!
I designed this card as part of the design team for Joy of Sets. Today starts our monthly challenge for November. Give the challenge a try! I’d love it if you’d join in by picking any row, column, or diagonal row of this Tic-Tac-Toe grid for your project and link it here!
For this challenge, I chose the middle row: Emboss, Metal, and Baker’s Twine.
Embossing is one of my favorite techniques, and it pairs so great with this gold foil that looks like metal! Adding a little baker’s twine completes the card.
I wrote out how to get this fun effect on your cards below:
The Embossed Monochrome Technique:
Cut your Cardstock:
- Cherry Cobbler: 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, scored and folded at 4 1/4”
- Gold Foil: 5 1/4” x 4”
- Real Red: 5” x 3 3/4”
Stamp and Emboss:
- With Versamark, stamp a few flowers and leaves at the top and bottom of the Real Red layer.
- Sprinkle with gold embossing powder. Tap off the excess. Then heat until it is shiny.
- Color in the flower with the Cherry Cobbler Blends markers.
- Next, stamp the sentiment in the center with black ink.
- Adhere the embossed layer to your gold layer.
- Cut 18” of matching ribbon or twine and tie it around the left side of your layers.
- Lastly, attach your layers to your cardbase.
Supplies for an Embossed Monochrome Card:
Monochrome is a fun “color combo” to try!
Some other projects you can make with a single color/monochrome are here: click below for their tutorials!
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