Time for for another CASology Cue Card. This week's word is ZOO!
Embossing is a great way to add texture, dimension and interest to a CAS card. Not all embossing folders and plates are equal. Some leave a very deep impression like the Cuttlebug embossing folders and some leave a more subdued impression like the Impression Plates from Papertrey Ink. If you use an embossing plate that is too deep, you run the risk of it overpowering your focal point which is wear the eye should rest.
I used Copics to colour this little guy and I drew some grass for him to stand on.
Head on over to CASology today to learn what the `cue card`means to you, how you can play along and see the all the cards created by the Design Team to inspire you.
Don`t forget to visit the blogs of the other members of the Design Team:
All Supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted:
Cardstock: White, Simply Chatreuse
Stamps: Hanging Out (PTI), Giraffe (Imaginisce)
Ink: True Black (PTI), Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
Dies: Limitless Layers Squares
Impressioin Plates: Simple Stripe
other: assorted Copic markers, Jelly Roll glitter pen