Hello Stampers! Don't you love the title of this post? What does it mean???
I have showed you several cards where I did the faux designer series paper for the background. Now I have seen it several times called Inlaid Embossing. So I have called it that too! In this post, I'm going to tell you the supplies that I used for this card, then I'm going to do a video showing the technique for the background.
The hot air balloon is layered on the 1 3/4" Circle punch (119850) which is layered on a 2" Circle cut from the Circles #2 die (114526) cut with the Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439). This is then layered on the 2 3/8" Scallop Circle punch (118874).
The sentiment is also in the rub-on package. It was punched out with the Modern Label punch (119849) and layered on the 1 1/4" circle punch (119861) which is layered on the Scallop Oval punch (119856).
The background is simply a piece of Pretty In Pink cardstock with hearts adhered on that have been punched from the Heart small punch (117193). It was then run through the Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439) with the Perfect Polka-Dot embossing folder (117335). Watch the video for step-by-step instructions.
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