When the 2017 – 2018 Annual Catalog was launched in June there was a new product tucked away on Page 201 ~ Embossing Paste! It was on my first order and I was so excited when it arrived, however I was also excited about the other goodies that arrived in the same box! I set aside the pot of paste and to be honest it went from my mind – especially as Christmas themes started.
I was tidying my workbench (it happens….. rarely but it does happen!) and there was the pot of Embossing Paste waiting patiently for my attention. What fun I have had with this product, as I explored what could be done with it I thought a few video’s would be fun to share. Here is the second of my series where I will share how to Heat Emboss your Embossing Paste!
Card base: 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 Sweet SugarPlum Card ~ scored @ 4 1/4
Layer 1: 5 1/4 x 4 Powder Pink Card
Layer 2: 5 x 3 3/4 Crumb Cake Card
Ink Color: Powder Pink.
You will need some scraps of Powder Pink and Pear Pizzazz card to make the flower.
Learning a technique is one thing – but what to do with it when you have done it! So the video will show you how to make this card which would be perfect for just about any occasions as I did not use a greeting on the front – although there is a ‘thank you’ inside but you could leave that out.
If you missed the first Embossing Technique – just click here and it will take you right there
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