Cat and Clockwork Mouse
A slightly simpler cat pattern that is quite easy once you have got a bit of practice creating fur. The Cat and Clockwork Mouse works especially well as a card pattern, partly due to the huge popularity of cats and also because once it's made into a landscape card it will stand itself up in just right way to be properly appreciated.
Cat and Mouse
Cat and Mouse is a more challenging pattern for an experienced crafter. It looks especially good if you use a soft blue or green pencil to colour the cat's eyes on the front of the vellum. The little mouse can also be substituted for anything you like, for a Christmas card why not try a bauble or a glittery star?
The Howling Wolf is the easiest pattern in Embossing Art 1 and is perfect if you have only recently started parchment craft. It is also one of the quicker patterns to complete and so is ideal if you are short for time, but still want to create something special.
Big certainly is beautiful and this is a big parrot! The Macaw is one of the most challenging patterns I have designed and I love him for it. He uses lots of techniques and a gentle touch with a ball tool, but he is worth every moment. A real pattern, for real parchment crafters!
This is one for you to play with; If you want to add spots - then do so, if you think the dragon should have fur, then go ahead, what’s stopping you? Dragons are a great subject to practise new techniques on, and at the same time just have a bit of fun with your crafting.
These Three Robins are wonderfully versatile, you can either use the entire picture or you can work on individual birds. You can leave the little Santa hat on for a Christmas effect or you can leave it off for a more general card.
The choice, as they say, is yours!
A large scale pattern that is perfect for anyone looking for a bit more of a challenge from their parchment craft. U'lair incorporates lots of different techniques and styles of embossing and will keep you entertained from the top of his horns to the tip of his spiked tail.