Thursday, 20 August 2020

Zooming and Distress Embossing Glazes

Hi Everyone, Loll, Susan and I  had a little Zoom Meeting and played with some of the new Tim Holtz Distressed Embossing Glazes and followed Jennifer McGuire's tutorial on You tube.
I have a few of the colours now I want all of them😉 
Please head over and check out
and
Posts on our mini blog hop.

Unfortunately I pressed a little too hard on my stamp and blurred the edge of the sentiment a little, but even with the oopsie I love the card.

I hope you dropped by Loll and Susan;s blog to check out their cards.


Card Recipe
Stamps: Tim Holtz, Stampers Anonymous
Paper: lb White
Ink: Distress Oxide, Versafine Claire, Versamark
Accessories: MISTI, Clear Embossing Powder
Techniques: Heat embossing, blending

19 comments:

  1. This is so beautiful, such a simple but effective design and gorgeous colours, Kate x x

    ReplyDelete
  2. LOVE this design Christine. Your leaves are gorgeous in the different colours. What embossing glaze did you use for them?? I love how the script shows through the glaze, but the leaves have this beautiful, shiny finish. So fun zooming with you and Susan. We need to do that again soon!! xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. This one turned out beautifully!! Love the colour scheme - a nice muted old-fashioned look that goes really well with the font of the sentiment you used. It was a lot of fun trying out our embossing glazes together.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Absolutely GORGEOUS card Christine! All three of you have intrigued me with this embossing glaze and I think I need to go shopping! Lovely, lovely Christmas card!! :0)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Such a pretty Christmas card, Christine! Love the background script and the poinsettias and holly! I need to check out that video!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Once again every time I visit your blog, I see a new product. 😂 Great Christmas card. The script background is beautiful.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Super stunning, always so admirable cards on your blog.xx

    ReplyDelete
  8. Love your antique style for your beautiful Christmas card, Christine. I am going to check out the link to the Distressed EB Glazes and Loll and Susan's cards. Thank you so much for sharing. Love and Hugs...Nancy

    ReplyDelete
  9. What an elegant card, Christine! Just love the script behind your Christmas foliage - looks amazing with the glazes!! I'll bet you had fun crafting with Loll and Susan!

    ReplyDelete
  10. I am in love with Zoom, it brings friends together. This is just lovely. The shine is awesome and I love the different colors on the leaves. I will watch the video since embossing glaze is a new thing to me.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Wow, I absolutely love this! Where did you get that awesome script stamp. This is so well done and I just love the color blending. Great choice of stamps and this design is so perfect for almost any stamps for any occasion. I’d love to case this one!

    ReplyDelete
  12. This is beautiful. I love when the sentiment is printed on the same page as the image. I unfortunately, am terrible at stamping sentiments. I gave up, finally. I almost always print on a separate paper. I am just about the messiest stamper. I get ink all over the place. Hence, why I always use digis.

    ReplyDelete
  13. A unique and wonderful Christmas card Christine!

    ReplyDelete
  14. It sounds like you, Susan, and Loll had a fun crafty zoom play date. This is fabulous, Christine! Love the script stamping showing through the embossed glaze leaves. The muted colors of the leaves are so beautiful!
    Hideko xx

    ReplyDelete
  15. What a beautiful design, Christine! It's like a Christmas letter from the old country! I love the colors and that sediment is a favorite! You girls have the best, most productive, play dates! Keep 'em coming ~ I always learn something new from your get-togethers! Hugs, Darnell

    ReplyDelete
  16. Love the softness of the leaves against that background. I am going to have to check out embossing glaze xx

    ReplyDelete
  17. What a beautiful card! Nothing wrong with the sentiment to my eyes. Love the script background, too. I've never done a zoom, but I don't have a computer in my stamp room. Heck, I don't know where I'd put it!

    ReplyDelete
  18. Great card, Christine. I love the effect of the background showing through your leaves slightly. I believe that minor imperfections in the embossing make the card all the more valuable because you can see a human hand here. This is a priceless handmade card, not machine printing.
    xx

    ReplyDelete
  19. Such a great look and effect! Wonderful details. Really special. Makes me want to stay home from work today and try it!!! You are such an enabler for me! Hugz

    ReplyDelete