I used 2 of my favorite things for this card. My love of metal and creating my own embellishments. I don't know what the official name of this technique is, but I call it double emboss resist. To create this card, you start by doing the emboss resist exactly as you normally would. Stamp your image on white card stock using Versamark, use clear embossing powder and heat it. I used a direct to paper technique to apply the 3 different ink colors, making sure I could see some of the marks. Now, for the double emboss part. Notice that there is no shine on the image. To get this effect, take another piece of white card stock and lay it on top of this one. Cover that with a sheet of typing paper and using a hot iron (no steam), iron the entire image. What this does is melt the embossing powder and transfer a reverse image onto the other card stock. IMPORTANT: Make sure you do NOT wipe off the ink after doing your first emboss resist effect. If you do, you will not have a reverse image on the other card stock. Neither piece comes out shiny. It's like the embossing powder just disappears, but you are left with 2 gorgeous pieces to create your cards. The second piece will be all white, except where you have your image...that will be colored with the inks you chose. I used a wire mesh on the side and made my own embellishments with a punch and card stock and metal. I heated the metal with my handheld butane torch to make it change colors before punching, and then placed a little crystal on the top of each one.