Saturday, 29 July 2017

Stampin' Up! Embossing Paste - just add texture!

I been playing with our new Embossing Paste - it was the top item on my wish list when the Demonstrator Pre-Order started for the Annual Catalogue this year. I adds another dimension easily - some say if you can spread peanut butter on a piece of bread you can use this great product.

This card is inspired from my friend and upline Linda's - I popped over to her place to craft one night and made the card featured on her blog HERE. I love crafting with friends - that's actually why I joined. Stampin' Up! have great co-ordinating products that are easy to use with great results every time.

This is the new In-Color Lemon Lime Twist but would look amazing in all the colours we have. I have coloured the embossing paste - 1 tsp of paste 1 drop of re-inker and I got 3 card fronts embossed from that small amount of paste!
I used the Paisley & Posies for my envelope and card inside to match the medallion.

As an example the front on the left of your screen is the white paste straight from the jar in comparison to the coloured paste. Oh the silicone craft mat is ideal to mix the colour and paste on.

To recreate this or a similar card you need these items plus a trimmer and adhesives. 
If you love the Embossing paste as much as I do and need more options for masks - use the different framelits we have to create negatives and use those as masks - if you use our window sheets to cut them then you will get more than one or two uses out of the mask. Live in Australia? Check out the Clearance Rack in the Online Store - they have some retired Seasonal Masks in there for a discounted price (correct at time of publishing)

Do you live in Australia and would you like to become a Demonstrator, earn discounts, great rewards and get to craft with Stampin' Up! products before their release? If so click here to join my team - more information here.


  1. Looks great Courtenay. Colouring the past makes such a huge difference. It sounds like you have been having fun using that paste. Look forard to seeng more cards using that paste.

    1. Thank you Sandie - yes you will see more in the future I am loving this stuff!