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Monday, September 29, 2014

Gold Embossed Thank-you

Gorgeous Gold Embossing - It adds such a classy look to a project.

Gold embossed image from Stampin'UP!'s Seasonally Scattered stamp set.

Are you a fan of heat embossing? For those who haven't done heat embossing the concept is simple.  You stamp the image with a "gooey" ink. Then you sprinkle embossing powder onto the wet image and heat emboss.  The heating process melts the powder into the paper. The result is the raised embossed image with a shiny finish.

This image was stamped with Encore Metallics ink and embossed with Gold Embossing Powder.

No! you can't use a hair dryer. You need a heat tool made for embossing. The temperature from a hair blower isn't hot enough and the fan is too strong and will blow the ink off the page before its set.
Gold embossed image from Stampin'UP!'s Seasonally Scattered stamp set.

Stampin'UP!'s Seasonally Scattered stamp set.

The image on this card is from a set called Seasonally Scattered. This is a really interesting set because the letters themselves are not inked. The image of the word is created by the scattered images behind them. Clear mount $17.95 or Wood mount $24.95

  • Merry with scattered snowflakes
  • thanks with scattered leaves and vines
  • Love with scattered dots

Oops, I forgot to show you the whole card.  Here it is - finished off with some Crumb Cake seam binding and a little bit of Gold Glimmer paper punched with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon border punch


The neutral colors and gold glimmer paper give this project a very upscale look, but the gold embossing adds that final level of elegance.

Thanks for stopping by . . . I hope you're inspired to try some heat embossing.
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