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Posted on September 16, 2017

Two Stampin’ Up! Embossing Videos You Will Love!

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Happy Saturday stamping peeps! If today is a lazy kind of kick back day, take a peek at Two Stampin' Up! Embossing Videos You Will Love! Brandy and Andrea from the Home Office share some great tips and techniques.

Embossing Techniques


Faux Metal Embossing Technique

Being a “visual learner, I love watching videos that teach AND inspire my own creativity.

Here are the products shown in the Faux Metal Embossing video.

Below are the products shown in the Embossing Techniques video.

Finally, here are two projects which use heat embossing. I hope they inspire you to start creating today!

Two Stampin' Up! Embossing Videos You Will Love!Two Stampin' Up! Embossing Videos You Will Love!

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Posted on January 20, 2015

Embossed Embossing?????

Tips, Tricks, & Techniques/ Tuesday Tips

Embossed Embossing? Am I seeing double? NO! This is a fun technique you might not yet have tried.

embossed embossing

It's pretty easy if you just follow these steps:

1. Place your cardstock inside the embossing folder and emboss with the Big Shot Die-Cutting machine (you could also use the Irresistibly Yours Specialty Designer Series Paper; a free Sale-A-Bration item (138635); this paper is already embossed so you could do this and other fun techniques with it right away!

2. Apply the “Embossing Buddy”   over the entire cardstock. This step is important and will keep unwanted specks of embossing powder from appearing on your embossed piece.

3. Ink up a Brayer with a Versamark pad. Carefully apply the ink onto only the raised surfaces of your embossed cardstock; re-ink your brayer as necessary (you can also use a Stampin' Sponge or Sponge Dauber).


4. Sprinkle clear embossing powder onto the entire inked surface.  Tap off all excess powder before heating with your Heat Tool.


5. Gently heat the embossing powder, making sure to keep your heat tool moving during this step: do not overheat the powder!

6. Trim the embossed piece to the desired size and complete your project like the sample below!!

embossedembossing sample

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