Last summer I had some fun playing with my embossing folders together with some ink.  I posted the resulting card “Embossed Kisses” here.  Shortly thereafter Beate asked me to do a tutorial for Splitcoaststampers using this technique.  It’s over at SCS today!  You can find the tutorial here.

If you’ve got some embossing folders, I hope you’ll give this quick, easy and fun technique a try!!
The possibilities are endless.. well almost. 

Happy Crafting!


Stamps: Waltzing Mouse “Teeny Trees”; PTI “Garden of Life”

Papers: PTI Select White; Basic Grey Indie Bloom Designer Paper

Inks: Brilliance Graphite Black; SU Old Olive, Rose Red, Taken With Teal

Accessories: Provo Craft Embossing Folders Victoria, Divine Swirl and Roses; Grosgrain Ribbon; Rhinestones

10 Responses to “SCS Tutorial – Embossed Kisses”

  1. One of my favorite sentiments. Love the trees and the fun DP you used for the scenery 🙂

  2. Those trees are wonderful. Love the blend of rich colors.

  3. okay, THAT’s cool! 🙂 and congrats on doing a tutorial on SCS! 🙂

  4. What a great card, Susan! Love the colors and the technique!

  5. What a GREAT idea Susan, FABULOUS!!~

  6. Cute cute cute! I love this technique and the resulting card!!

  7. Oh Susan, what a great technique and fabulous tutorial I just love this gorgeous card!

    Have a blessed Easter filled with all good things; and, of course, chocolate!

  8. neat patterns on the trees and great paper to match! Very pretty!

  9. Awesome card Susan!! I’m going to have to give your tutorial a try.

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