and this is what I made.
Then I adhered the swirls randomly to a piece of white card, then dry embossed it with the Seaside embossing folder - bringing back the inlaid embossing technique after a long absence with a new look. I'm always amazed how the finished embossed panel looks like a single piece of card after they're embossed. I matted the panel onto more melon mambo card & a wild wasabi base.
A simple scripty thanks sentiment played along nicely with the swirly to give a clean & graphic look. some metallic enamel shapes add a final touch of bling.
I carried the swirly look to the inside too.
This card could be replicated in so many other colours for different people & occasions. The darling man said it would be great in Christmas colours, so lets see if I try that :)
I think that's all I need to say about my card, except I encourage you to try some inlaid embossing - it's fun! All the supplies I've used are listed below & available to order from me.
Leave me comment before you go if you have any questions or just to let me know if you liked what I've made & remember to pin for later.
Now, pop over to the Just Add Ink blog to see how the team were inspired by the pic & play along with us too.
Until next time,
Inky wishes, Di
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