Friday, November 18, 2011

Tammy Tutterow says...Deboss!


TGIF, bloggers! I hope you have had a fantastic week! I am so excited to share this awesome technique with you from Tammy Tutterow! If you haven't visited her blog before, please, by all means, do so...that is, after you read this one! ;) You will find Tammy consistently has stunning inspirations on her blog!

Tammy made a de-bossed (recessed image) with a snowflake embossing folder! This would be a great technique for a holiday tag or card! Now let's show you how...

Start with the background stain of your choice. Tammy's choice was faded jeans. Then mist on Perfect Pearls in Biscotti (don't be shy to use that mist ;)). Next, use your blending tool to blend in some Evergreen Bough ink around the edges.

Here comes the de-boss... when putting the tag in your snowflake embossing folder, make sure the folder is wide side down so that the image will be de-bossed.



After de-bossing, fill the de-bossed area, and completely cover the tag with Rock Candy Crackle Paint. Use a scraper to get the excess off, leaving the paint inside the snowflakes. Then dry with a heat tool!

For full instructions and assembling of this tag please visit Tammy Tutterow's blog HERE.

For more fun with debossing, also try Tammy's slight variation to make this delightfully frosty ornament!


I hope you have enjoyed this new technique idea, and I hope you apply it this holiday season... you will have lots of fun and impress your family and friends!

Congrats to the blog candy winner of our Simon Says Thanksgiving & Thanks blog, Barb!
Congrats to the blog candy winner of our More Tim Holtz Seasonal Distress Inks blog, Sharon! Please email fellow teammate Fran@SimonSaysStamp.com with your address and name of the blog you won to claim your prize!

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81 comments:

  1. wow great card...love this stamp set...thanks for sharing..

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  2. Wow love the de-bossing.

    Thanks for the chance to win this gorgeous stamp set.

    Hugs
    Penni
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  3. Love both the tag and ornament with de-bossing!
    xxx Margreet

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  4. That dwbossing is just amazing! Tammy is so talented!

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  5. What a beautiful creation! I really like that shining look, absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  6. very cool. I have some perfect pearls I need to play with!

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  7. Neat idea! Great effect!

    Thanks for the chance to win...

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  8. great inspiration and the tag looks so cool in the new distress ink!

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  9. Hi what a cool technique to try! Love both ideas ! Thanks Kitty :D

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  10. Fabulous technique, will definitely be having a go ! The stamps are gorgeous ! Fingers crossed (I'm already a follower.) Sue C x

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  11. Wow, those debossed projects are stunning. :)

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  12. I agree Steph, Tammy is a talented and amazing artist. I love to see what she comes up with. I think her debossing technique is just awesome.

    Elaine Allen

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  13. Fun, I really should try flipping it over more often....

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  14. Tammy Did a wonderful job on debossing!

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  15. I love this technique! Looks fabulous. I am now following the blog!

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  16. I'd seen Tammy's debossing technique on her blog and on Tim Holtz blog and was so excited! And, seeing it again, it still inspires me! This is such a great technique and one I must try! Thanks for posting it here and love the idea of doing ornaments with it! Great stamp set too and thanks for the chance to win it!!

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  17. Love the idea just need the crackle to try.

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  18. wow i loved the technique thanks for sharing:)
    thanks for the chance to win the beautiful stamp set as well!!

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  19. this is so beautiful. great video

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  20. Gorgeous! I'm off to check out Tammy's blog! Love that tag!
    DeniseB
    I'm a follower here!

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  21. that is so so pretty! I've really got to get my hands on some crackle paint, it looks really fun :)

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  22. This tag looks great, it shines so beautiful.

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  23. Another gorgeous stamp set being offered. Love it!
    Blessings to all,
    Karen

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  24. Beautiful pieces. Love the debossing for Christmas stuff. Also would love to see the crochet that the ornament was sitting on.

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  25. This is a great technique and a beautiful stamp set. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  26. Super Cute cards!!!
    I love the colors and ideas!!

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  27. Fabulous tag!!! And thank you so much for the chance to win the candy!

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  28. Love the stamp set and the card is beautiful!

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  29. I am definitely going to try that de-bossing technique...it is beautiful on the tags!

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  30. LOVE the DEBOSSING!! THANKS for sharing and for the chance to win some BLOG Candy!! =) Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

    CONGRATS to the TWO WINNERS!! =)

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  31. Love the debossed tag - will definately give this one a go. x

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  32. Love the debossing projects and the giveaway stamp set!

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  33. Fabulous tag! This technique looks really cool!

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  34. What a great idea,it looks so nice!

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  35. I saw that techique on Tammy's blog and was wowed! It's really beautiful!

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  36. So pretty! Love this technique and all of the details. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  37. Love what Tammy did! Pretty cool!

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  38. Gorgeous tag. Love this stamp set. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  39. Will give the deboss look a try... Thanks for the inspiration.

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  40. That's a great technique and it's on my bookmarked to do list.

    And I can't believe my name has come up again for the blog candy. Perhaps I should buy a lottery ticket this weekend lol!

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  41. What a great technique, I'll certainly be having a go myself. Thanks.

    Lynn x

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  42. I saw that on Tammy's blog-absolutely amazing technique!!!

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  43. Great debossing! Thanks for the chance to win!


    Julia D.

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  44. Love this stamp set-thanks for this give away; hope I am the big winner! Love Tammy's de-boss technique-I've gotta give it a try!

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  45. That de-bossing looks so neat!

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  46. Beautiful tag! Thanks for teaching us how to make it!

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  47. Wow this is so cool. Thanks for sharing the technique

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  48. Awesome tag, I just love thais.really cool technicque.

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  49. De-bossing is a wonderful technique! I should try it sometime. :)

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  52. Thats a gorgeous tag! love the de-boss technique!

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  53. What a great idea, thanks for sharing it!!!

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  54. Thanks for the debossing tips! The projects are stunning!!

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  55. wow, this is a cool technique! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  56. What a stunning tag & ornament!! Sure helps to learn how to use the Distress Stains too. Thanks!

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  57. What pretty cards! I will try this debossing technique soon! Thanks for the chance to win this cute stamp set!

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  58. Cool debossing idea...I'll have to try this! LOOOOVE this stamp set! It's GORGEOUS!! Thank you for the chance to win this!

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  59. I have already made the tag and it is gorgeous! Thanks fo sharing!

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  60. wow das sieht klasse aus
    lg gila

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  61. I have seen this technique before. I really like it.

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  62. Fabulous new technique

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  63. i have to admit that I have done this before - accidently!! lucky for me it does look lovely! I love the tag x

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  64. Fab card and congrats to the winners. Thanks for another chance. Hugs,Moni

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  65. Gorgeous technique... and blog candy!

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  66. great ideas i love the debossed look xx

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  67. Tammy is my number one favorite designer.This is just gorgeous and I can't wait to give it a try!

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  68. This is beautiful! I'm saving it in my favourites file so I can give it a try! The stamp set is gorgeous! I can imagine all kinds of great cards with it.
    Sarah

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  69. wow! good idea!
    Love the colour combination!

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  70. I think this technique is wonderful. It is almost custom made for snowflakes. Thanks so much for posting about this great idea.

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