Double Cuttlebugging

Double Cuttlebugging....it may be out on the web somewhere as something else...but I came up with this idea all by myself the other night, and this is what I'm calling it! For this look I ran the cardstock through the Script Embossing Folder first and then through the Leafy Branch Embossing Folder. In this case I found that order matters. I like the leaves to be the crisper image, so I embossed them last.

I layered the embossed pieces on white...this is a very crisp and clean card. The image is an old one from SU! that I just love. I used the Twinkling H2O's on this. I used a wet brush to pick up just a little bit of color and shaded the image.

Comments

retiredheather said…
Just beautiful Michelle. I love the crispness and beauty of this card. Great embossing.
Hugs
Heather
Lori said…
Great card!! Double 'bugging sounds good to me 'cause it looks fabulous!! Wish I lived closer, I would love to attend your class teaching glitter and acetate techniques. Your Tapestry Flower Valentine card is divine!
I love this stamp from SU! what a beautiful way to frame it!
ScrapMomOf2 said…
This is very pretty! Double Cuttlebugging . . . clever!
Chris said…
I tried this once myself but your result turned out great!
Kim said…
Beautiful creation Michelle! ;) I love the double cuttlebugging and can't wait to give it a try!!!
Hugs~ Kim
Lastel said…
Wow , gorgeous !
This is really gorgeous. The color of the flower is spectacular. I really like the double embossing. I tried this a month or so ago myself but didn't get good results. The first embossing got eliminated by the second one. I guess it does matter which order and which folders are used.
Anjou Krelovich said…
Wow! I love white on white and that pop of color. Amazing card!
Cathrine said…
Oh My I love this! Really - its fresh, elegant and just perfect!
Stacy said…
Gorgeous! Great work!
Becky said…
what a great idea, this card is so elegant and the coloring of this flower is simply gorgeous.
Your coloring is beautiful. Great technique. Love the white on white!
Anonymous said…
Very clever. I love it and will have to give it a go.

Sally

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