Sunday, 22 October 2017

Embossilicious Abstract Fun

Hello.  Welcome.  So here's where Umbrella Man moved to when the little bird kicked him off the happy birthday.  Umbrellas and happy just didn't seem to be a mix made in heaven.  Unless you are in the middle of the desert maybe.  Then umbrellas would make happy happy, rain or shine.  

Can you hear the complaints from the photographer??  Honestly, this looks dead cool in the real.  Black card base.  Some circles cut using Apple Blossom dies from funky lime green Bazzill and some snowflake patterned paper.  A bit of ripped Bazzill for the ground and Sizzix Umbrella man, die cut and embossed three times with black embossing powder.  Then I heated the powder again and pressed a cogs embossing folder onto it.  It was quite a big area to keep warm, so the cog pattern is variable, but I like how the depressed areas also went matt.   Verry coool. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Umbrella Man is joining the fun at


  1. Wow, great card! I love the embossed umbrella man! Very cool background! Thanks for joining us in the challenge at Scrapy Land!
    Sherrie K
    SL DT member

  2. Now that's some cool embossing (both wet and dry)! Love all the texture you added to "umbrella man," and the blue/green circles you accented with!
    Thanks for linking this up to join us again and help us reach our goal of 100 links this month!

  3. Wow love this silhouette technique!!!
    Thankyou for joining us at happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with DIes October challenge. All the best.
    Seemaa DT

  4. What an awesome card! Love the contrast colors you've used! Thank you for joining us for the Stamplorations October CAS card challenge.

  5. This looks so cool .... love the umbrella man. Thank you for playing along with the STAMPlorations CAS Challenge xx

  6. Wow!! Simply unique..I love it..Thank you so much for joining us at Happy Little Stampers - Anything goes with dies Challenge. Hugs xx Deepti Aggarwal


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