Lovely Day

The latest Make-It-Monday challenge (mim6) was all about partial embossing using PTI’s impression plates.

I wanted to do something a little different, so I went for embossing the middle of a panel. This is the reverse of the frame embossing that got popular awhile ago (like this one). I chose to use the Moroccan Motifs plate because it goes so well with the Fillable Frames #10 shape.

My sandwich was: clear plate, impression plate, cardstock, chipboard shim, tan mat (not pictured, sorry), clear plate. I created the chipboard shim from a piece of that cardboard that comes in DSP packs. I cut it to the size I needed (in this instance 2 x 5.5).

I added an embossed line at the top to help delineate my debossing. Now this isn’t fool-proof – you’ll notice a little extra debossing above my line…I’ll have to play a little more to figure that out. Even still, I’m pretty stoke about this new option for my impression plates.

Thanks for stopping by!

Lovely Day
All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Fillable Frames 10, Signature Series Butterfly;
Colors: Ripe Avocado, Lavender Moon, Bitty Dots DSP (Plum, Moss);
Other: Moroccan impression plate, Plum ribbon, Fillable Frames 10 die, Signature Series-Butterfly die, Butterfly Dreams die; white embossing powder, pearls;

2 thoughts on “Lovely Day

  1. Fabulous! I love your idea of using just a partial shim…I’ll have to try it out on my cuttlebug. And yes, that Moroccan impression plate coordinates perfectly. Glad to see you back & crafting!

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