Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Painting with Embossing Powders

I always like to show my finished project on the top of the blog post, so I am going to jump in and do that... but more details are below, so be sure to scroll down!

While cleaning up my stamp desk yesterday (gasp... I know!) I came across a Butterfly that I had die-cut a while ago. And I have to admit that I did throw it out in the frenzy of cleaning. But then this morning it was glaring up at me from the paper trash can... and I pulled it back out. And since the cardstock color is retired, I couldn't use it as is, so I decided to cover it

Here is the link to the video

In case the video (from posting it live to Facebook...) won't work, here is a verbal rundown:

- I covered the butterfly with VersaMark
- Then I drizzled embossing powders in silver, gold and copper over it. I did this ONE color at a time so I would not mix up powders in my jars
- then I heat embossed it.

Product List
Heat Tool
Glue Dots

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