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September 22, 2009



This embossing technique is AMAZING. GORGEOUS!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!

Mary Friederichsen

What a Beautiful card! This technique has stunning results, and wonderful for having to do a large amount of cards!
Thank you for doing such a great tutorial and for sharing this technique!
You just made my holiday cards easier to do this year!
Thank you!



This totally took my breath away! Seriously, it's so gorgeous. I've always been too intimidated to try this, but you made it seem very easy - something I can do! Thanks so much for sharing with us, I LOVE it, and I've found more items to add to my order this week!!


love this technique, Katie, and can't wait to try it. The card is wonderful!

Vicki C

Katie, you're my hero! I haven't tried this technique in a loooong time, and what a cool effect with the silver! If there are those who are impatient (like me!), Ranger has a product but you see Suze Weinberg use it in her Melt Art "art" and it is UTEE (ultra thick embossing powder) and it comes in silver, gold, clear, white, pearl and all kinds of brightz now, but it only takes one or two powder coats to emboss to that super smooth, thick state. Makes a nice deep pool to impress your stamp. Works the same way you describe. Cool effects! Love the card!

Vicki C.

Nancy Grant

Absolutely coolest!


Hi Kate,
What a geat idea. I love embossing also but have never done this. I guess I will try this technique I will also check out the medallions on line si I may order them.
Thanks so much for sharing this simple but elegant technique!!

Becky Sorensen

That is really pretty!!


Such a simple project with stunning end results! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

Jamie S.

what a cute and simple card, i think this is what i will do for my cards this year... THANKS!

Tricia T

Incredible job! And I had never heard of the cheesecloth-y stuff. I have to look that up for my next order!


Wow -- the card looks great! I always forget about this technique and you make it look so easy.

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