Embossing Powders 3 Ways

I had purchased this Heart Flourish (#73165) from the Silhouette Store and cut it out of layering weight white cs. Heat embossed in red three times. The bg is over spray paper that was laying in the bottom of the splatter box and used the dot pattern stencil with versa mark then heat set in the red embossing powder. Layered on white copy paper with black marker that is on stripe pp with same black boarder. For the sentiment disc, I cut that out of white cs, heat set platinum embossing powder four times and while still hot I stamped a clear polymer stamp. Rubbed the cooled surface with black ink and attached with bakers twine. The hot embossing powder did not effect the stamp but it did leave a very clear sharp image.

Challenges I am sharing this with

Color Hues: Red & Pink

Double Trouble: Embellishment+PP+Stamped+Hearts

Try It On Tuesday: Falling in Love

29 thoughts on “Embossing Powders 3 Ways”

  1. Love that heart flourish die cut you used; it looks great with the multiple layers of red embossing powder. And your “sentiment disc” looks like a metal charm. I was surprised to see you created it with embossing powder and a stamp – so cool!

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  2. This is a great card, Bonnie. I love the different ways you used the embossing powder. That tag, that you stamped into the hot embossing is beautiful. I’m glad it didn’t hurt your stamp, too.

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  3. Beautiful heart flourish and you are the embossing queen (I think I have embossed maybe twice over) but yours with 3-4 layers really shows vivid thick colors…beautiful card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and don’t forget to join our partner over at Heart2Heart (link is on our challenge post).

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  4. A fabulous card Bonnie, love the embossed heart flourish, looks stunning against your background. love the little tag sentiment, a lovely touch.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Try it on Tuesday, Avril

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    1. Those little extras drive me crazy when crafters think they have to buy them. I enjoy trying to create something close enough for the effect yet still hand made.

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