Thursday, August 14, 2014
Your Stamping Notebook: page 13 of 14
Stamp an image with White Daisy pigment ink on dark paper.
Pour white embossing powder over it, over scratch paper to catch the overflow.
A gentle tap-tap will let loose embossing powder slide off = more smooth look.
A more aggressive flick-flick of the paper will let more embossing powder fall off = more mottled or distressed look like mine is.
Heat from the front or the back with a heat gun. Its a good idea not to overheat embossing powder, it is powdered plastic. If you are sensitive to fumes of any sort, it would be best to do this in a well ventilated area. Heat + plastic = fumes.
In the picture I cut out the image and glued it in, because the booklet is white paper. I bet a whole booklet could be done with heat embossing techniques?