Tip: • Emboss all your images at once to save time. • Allow punched circles to “bleed off” the edges of the paper for visual interest. • You can accent or temper neon with other colors, such as Ocean; although it is not technically “neon”, it goes well with the color scheme in this project. • Use a dental floss threader to guide twine through tight/small openings.
Suggested Materials: CL617 Let Them Eat Cake, CL616 Life Is Fun, AF218 Neon Pink Ink, AF219 Neon Orange Ink, AF220 Neon Yellow Ink, AF216 Ocean Ink, AF209 Green Hills Ink, AF101 Black Ink, VC250 Versamark, PS610 Snow Layering Paper, PS639 Pool Note Cards, PW110 White Embossing Powder
Video: Super Duper By Julie Ebersole
Combine our new Neon Inks with the emboss resist technique for a bold, electrifying look!
Watch the video below for a complete how-to. (Click the fullscreen button in the lower right to see it larger.)
Here's a recap of the instructions:
White emboss doily multiple times on Snow Layering Paper.
Sponge inks over top; punch out with various size circle punches.
Layer circles onto black cardstock panel measuring 4” square, trimming off any overhanging edges.
Trim Pool Note Card to measure 4 ¼” square; mount neon circle panel to card front.
Stamp “super duper” with black ink on scrap strip of Pool Layering Paper.
3D mount strip to card front; embellish with baker’s twine.