Make It Monday: Coloring Embossing Paste

This is a very special day, folks! I am so excited to share my very first Make It Monday video for Papertrey Ink with you. It is such an honor for me to make one of these videos…really a dream come true.
PTI~Make It MondayI used Papertrey ink refills to color my embossing paste as well as creating my own stencils from various dies. For this one I used the Mighty Bloom cover plate die.
PTI~Make It MondayBeing able to create your own stencils with dies gives you endless possibilities.
PTI~Make It MondayFor this card I used the Polka Dot Parade Uppercase Alphabet dies to create my stencil.
PTI~Make It MondayHere’s my video….squeeeeel! I’m so excited to finally share a Make It Monday video.
Head over to the Papertrey Ink blog for more information about playing along with the challenge. You could win a $25 gift certificate to Papertrey Ink. Don’t miss out! I’d love to see what you come up with! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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66 thoughts on “Make It Monday: Coloring Embossing Paste

  1. Gorgeous cards, Laura! I love the dies you chose, and how you transitioned the colors on each of them…so pretty!
    I’m so excited that you’ve created a video for PTI, too…off to check it out!

  2. I just finished watching a tutorial by you on YouTube and then headed to catch up on my blog reading and lo and behold, here I find another beauty by you! LOVE your stunning clean and simple card. The choice of colors are absolutely gorgeous!

  3. Good grief girl. Do you EVER have any down time? But this method is soooo worth it. Really makes stunning cards…people will wonder how you did that. Just beautiful. Congrats on a stellare first Make It Monday video.

  4. Laura, I love your work. Making your own stencil and coloring the embossing paste produced the most beautiful card. I look forward to your blog every day. Thanks!

  5. What a great “first” video for PTI! Love all the dies now for making your own stencils for this technique. Got to try this…hope my embossing paste isn’t too old.

  6. The aqua, green and yellow flower, then the pink, orange, and gold alphabet are stunning! Beautiful use of color and diecut/stamped greetings!

  7. I love your style of presentation. I felt I was right there with you. In addition beautiful card and great technique! Keep up the great work.

  8. Tonight’s the night. It’s my night off from putting the little one to bed, I now own embossing paste, and I cannot wait a moment longer to try your technique out. I’ve always adored your cards using embossing paste (and every other card you’ve ever made ever for that matter), and I cannot wait to try it out. Wish we were neighbors and we could try this project together (I’d bring you chocolate), but the video is a great second best option. 🙂

  9. Congratulations on a great video for PTI. These cards are amazing. I’m so happy to see how to make my own stencil from dies. Thank you.

  10. OMG!!! You are totally wicked with all of your card creations. I love today’s ideas – make your own stencils and using an alphabet die …. I’m thinking I have an alphabet die that is still together and I can totally do this. Thank you!!

  11. It’s about time they let you be featured!! I was so disappointed when your name was not listed among the Stamp-A-Fair instructors. Great cards. Love your stuff!!

  12. Laura, I always love your ideas. These are no exception. I bought the embossing paste goodness knows how long ago, buut your colours have me totally inspired. Time to crack the cap and give it a go.

  13. Gorgeous cards! Congrats on your first MIM video! I adore your designs and love your videos, thank you!

  14. I love your creations, very inspiring!! I have made a post with ref to an old post of yours today on my blog. Today I got even more inspiration on a similar look with completely different technique, awsome! Thanks a million for sharing.

  15. Your blog is one of my favourites! Love your style of crafting. Another fabulous card and great tutorial. Thanks.

  16. Yeah, Laura! 🙂 These cards are gorgeous. Love the pretty colors and your video was really fun to watch, too! Thanks! Have a great day! XO

  17. Your videos are not only inspiring and educational but also highly entertaining and lots of fun! Thanks so much!

  18. I finally had a minute to watch this video and WOW, awesome technique and video! Congrats on your first MIM video, can’t wait to see more!

  19. Hi Laura, I look forward to watching your vidoes because I love the way as you say “babble on”!! Makes the videos more enjoyable instead of just watching someone give a play by play on the project they’re making. I also love your realness!! Keep up the great job!!

  20. What a great video and card!!! Your videos are always fun and informative to watch. The card you designed is one of my very favorites ever!

  21. Congratulations on your first MIM video. I can tell yours are going to be some of my favorites, as I always love your videos. What a cool technique. Only one teeny ‘complaint’–where is your cutie patootie helper? I kept straining to see a peek of sweet Emma, but she was nowhere to be found. Don’t tell me she’s off to school already?

  22. Love your video. You explain it so well and seem very down to earth~ I would like to know where you got your spreaders for your embossing paste. Would love to try this technique~ 🙂

  23. Love your video. You explain it so well and seem very down to earth~ I’d like to know where you got your spreaders for your embossing paste. Would like to try this technique~
    I’m sorry I hit the button too soon on my first comment.

  24. That’s inspired me to get back to card making . And congrats on your first video , it was fun listening to you & your content was terrific. Many thanks xx

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