Cuttlebug Faux Porcelain

If you are looking for a Cuttlebug technique, here is one for you.  It is quick and simple, and so pretty.  It is called Faux Porcelain because of the colour that was used.  Of course, you can use any colour.

Supplies:  Cuttlebug, Brayer, sponge (not in photo), embossing folder, ink pad (I used SU River Rock in this tutorial)

Run your embossing folder through the Cuttlebug

Ink up your brayer well and lightly brayer over top of your embossed area.

Finished embossing

Finished card.  Stamp:  Stampabilities.

Another brayer technique next Tuesday

Posted on : Jan 18 2011
Posted under cards, Tutorials |

11 People have left comments on this post

Jan 18, 2011 - 12:01:43
Myrna said:

Today is the day I take out my brayer (for the first time) and do something with it, thanks to you. Love this little card.
p.s. still cold and snowy here in Alberta

Jan 18, 2011 - 07:01:22
Joan B said:

this is beautiful. i haven’t used my embossing folders in a long time and this card is just a classic beauty. it is reminding me of why I bought them

Jan 18, 2011 - 09:01:33
Viv said:

Gorgeous Beth! Simply gorgeous! (You can brayer the folder for the same effect, but I bet you knew that).
Your card is SO elegant! Love Viv xxx

Jan 19, 2011 - 02:01:47
Maryann said:

Areally beautiful card Beth. I sooo love this effect to the embossed front and it makes the image pop even more here and loos absolutely awesome.
Have a great day and take good care.
Biiig warm hugs Maryann

Jan 19, 2011 - 09:01:47
Beth Ullman said:

Good Morning my dear friend as always you come up with the best tutorials and I love this look very pretty card..

Jan 19, 2011 - 03:01:53
Joan Ervin said:

What a beautiful card and such a great technique…I’ll have to give this a try!!!

Jan 19, 2011 - 05:01:29

Hi great card and what a great idea. Hugs Tamara

Jan 19, 2011 - 09:01:23
Willow said:

I love this technique and easy-peasy!!! Thanks. Your finished card is so pretty!!!

Jan 20, 2011 - 04:01:36
Anne Gaal said:

Hi, Beth! Pretty card! Like the easy technique you shared, too! 🙂

Jan 29, 2011 - 02:01:59
Cynthia said:

Absolutely gorgeous Beth, and I’ve got to know what stamp set that is from Stampendous… I can’t find it on their site? Thanks!

Feb 1, 2011 - 12:02:53
Anne Gaal said:

Amazing results, Beth! Awesome tutorial! 🙂

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