• Mandi Chau

AECP - Impressive Heat Embossing

Hi crafty friends, hope you all doing well. Today, I am sharing a Layered Heat Embossing technique taught by amazing Svetlana Marchenko. Let’s dive into it.

Normally, I stamped the outline image first, then build up the layers as it goes. But, in this case I have to stamped the solid image with clear embossing ink and heat set it with white embossing powder. Then, I stamped the details image with embossing ink and heat set it with pale pink embossing powder. Lastly, I stamped the outline image with clear embossing ink again and heat set it with silver embossing powder. Afterward, I fussy cut the image ( Not my favorite thing to do, just saying).

For the background, I stamped some leaves on a A2 size panel. Then, I dry embossed the panel with Layered Geo Cover Die A and finished with some splatters. Finally, I popped the flower and the sentiment with foam squares on the panel and my card was finish.

I really like this non-traditional holiday colors for holidays card. I think it is very unique and kinda gives all the green and red colors a break which we see all season long. I think I will make some more non-traditional colored cards for this coming holiday. Stay tune. Thank you for stopping by and have a lovely day :)




_Altenew Winter Florals Stamp Set

_Altenew Layered Geo Cover Die A

_Altenew Ink Tropical Forest

_Altenew Ink Sprays: Antique Silver

_Hero Arts White Embossing Powder

_Hero Arts Silver Embossing Powder

_Hampton Art Pastel Embossing Powder

_Artist's Loft Gouache: Black

_Ranger Distress Oxide Spray: Picked Raspberry

_Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock 110 lbs

_Recollections Pink Cardstock 100lbs.

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