This framed embossed metal piece is the perfect way to add a little art to a photograph wall, fill in a space in a hallway or create as a main piece in your living area.
For the metal, I actually used the lid off a take out pan. You could use the Art Metal as well.
In the software, you will need to put the word you choose in the center of your piece. There are a few pre-made words to use for your project. If you would prefer, use the blank rectangle that is included in the file and already the correct size. If you are unsure how to do that watch the Subtract Weld video. I used the Impact font for this, but you could choose another.
After my metal was on the chipboard I took some of my metal tools, bone folder and hand embossing tools and created a more defined piece. If you will look at the one that says “Memories”, you will see that just the word has more definition and the other part is a little softer looking. On the “Oxford” one, I created the deeper detail throughout. This is totally a personal preference of what you would like to do.
After doing the extra metal work, I just used some alcohol ink to create the colors and look I wanted there. You could leave it plain if you choose.
I love how I could do the initial design using my Pazzles machine with the embossing tool and then, if I chose, I could go in with my hand tools and create more definition.
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