Antoinette here wanting to share with you some new fun I have been having with my McGill Embossing tools. I have used them to make my flower petals fancier and now I am using them to give my leafs and swirls more dimension. Everything seems to be given more life.
I mainly wanted to share with you these beautiful wings. I made them with the Big Sizzix Angel Wings diecut. I cut two out, embossed both with one of Anna Griffins new embossing folders called Bit of Paislee. She is now collaborating with Provocraft/Cuttlebug company. What I did different to the top layer of the wing after Cuttlebug embossing...I gently McGill tool embossed the top layer wing. I think it looks gorgeous the way it lays with a sweet uplifted format. It looks like it is fixing to take off in flight. I don't see many cards using the Wing cut design...or maybe I have not looked enough...so I have been trying to use it many different ways. I hope you look at my Blog post 'Wings of a Diva' where I used corrugated cardboard, USArtQuest Mica Chips to fancy up and frame for myself.
|I did use three different Cuttlebug Embossing folders on this card.|