This week's tip is all about texture.
Do you often want to texturize projects to similate true illustrations of art?
Do you always want to have to whip out your embossing plates, tools or machines?
Do you want just a touch of texture on a certain area of your project but forego the thought because you can't quite place your embossing/texture plates in the right spot?
You can achieve texture that emulates lines or ridges by using a paper piercing tool, the tip of a needle and even an embossing tip.
If you find something that is not overly sharp so it does not scratch up your image you are on your way.
Why would you want texture of that kind you ask?
Because...you may want to enhance your stamped images or just give a boost to an already existing embellishment that needs that little extra something textural.
Some things that you can texture would be:
-Animal Embellishments, ie: fur on a bunny
-Grooves for Tree Trunks
-Ripples or Waves
Texturizing like most art is subjective but can be fun to produce & even more fun to the touch.
I hope you give it a try.