There's a fun technique challenge over on the CAS Mix Up Card Challenge blog this month!
I was intrigued as I don't think I have ever heard of Layered Stamping with Heat Embossing??!!
I used the technique Jennifer McGuire shows on this video that was linked to over on the CAS Mix Up Blog: Layered Heat Embossing. There are other links posted at CAS Mix Up as well.
I just purchased the older PTI stamp and die sets called Lilies of the Field and it just happened to have 4 stamps for each lily - so it was perfect for this challenge!
I die cut the lily and stem out of kraft card. I white embossed the first layer of stamp, then I used yellow on the 2nd layer and tree branch on the third little center piece there. I stamped the final stamp (the stamens) in black ink .
I die cut the PTI oval frame out of Kraft card as well as a dotted vellum (the inside of the circle - can you see the dots? It's pretty subtle.). I gold embossed the sentiment from Garden of Faith Sentiments. I popped up the outside frame as well as the lily blossom on foam dots.
Inside I stamped:
& how much more he cares for you - from the Lilies of the Field set
HAPPY Easter - from Easter Alleluias
So this was a fun new technique learned and now I want to try it out with other stamps I have that have multiple layers!
I'm linking my card to:
Paper: White, Kraft, Sheer Basics Pattern Pack Vellum - PTI
Ink: Versamark, Classic Kraft - PTI, Black Hero Hues.
Accessories: Pierced Feature Frames: Ovals, Lilies of the Field Die Set - PTI, foam dots, Antique Gold Embossing Powder - Altenew.