They're turning up the heat over at Pals Paper Arts this week…. Embossing Heat that is.
My embossing gun is one of the most used tools in my tack room. Heat embossing can make all the difference in a project. For example, the Woodgrain Background is stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder over Soft Suede Card Stock. It gives the feel of a piece of wood. The leaves are stamped on Vellum Card Stock and heat embossed with the new PPPPewter Stampin' Emboss Powder then colored on the back with Stampin' Write Markers. Lastly, the tag and the sentiment are also heat embossed with the new Pewter powder.
Heat up those guns and melt away! Don't forget to stop by Pals Paper Arts for more inspiration. I can hardly wait to peek.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Nuts & Bolts: Card Stock: Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Very Vanilla, Vellum; Stamps: Gently Falling (c) (2011 Holiday Mini), French Foliage (c) #121166, Grateful Greetings #116511, Woodgrain #117100; Ink: VersaMark #102283, Stampin' Write Markers (Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Early Espresso); Tools: 3/4" Circle Punch #119873, Decorative Label #120907, Heat Tool #100005; Fibers: Victoria Crochet Trim #118481, Linen Thread #104199; Miscellaneous: Stampin' Emboss Powder (Pewter #124114 from Holiday Mini and Clear #109130), Antique Brad #117273.