UTEE Texture

Here we are at the end of January already and before you know it Valentine’s Day will be here! Today I’m sharing a fun tutorial for making textured embellishments for your cards. Let’s get started…

To start:

Next:

  • While the last layer was still wet I placed a background stamp on top and pressed lightly (I inked my stamp with Versamark Watermark first)
  • After letting it set for just a bit (maybe 30 seconds) I removed the heart and trimmed away the excess UTEE with sharp scissors
  • I added some Picket Fence Distress Stain and set my embellishment aside to dry while I made my card

To create my card I:

Now it’s YOUR turn! Stop by the CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff any projects that use a few products from companies Cropstop carries in the store! Hope to see you there!

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2 Responses to UTEE Texture

  1. What a great idea to stamp into the UTEE like that. Beautiful card!

  2. Very cool results with that technique, love the crimping and the corner die and your sweet flowers too!

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