wedding paper divas custom embosser embossing stamps blind embossed return address envelopes back flap

wedding paper divas custom embosser embossing stamps blind embossed return address envelopes back flap

handmade wedding card ... all white ... no stamping ... MR & MRS die cut ... 12 small decorated hearts ... a bit of glitter ... stunning!!

handmade wedding card ... all white ... no stamping ... MR & MRS die cut ... 12 small decorated hearts ... a bit of glitter ... stunning!!

Recycled Jam Jar. Upcycled into a candle holder using a rubber stamp and Wow embossing Powder. #RubberStamping @wowembossing

Recycled Jam Jar. Upcycled into a candle holder using a rubber stamp and Wow embossing Powder. #RubberStamping @wowembossing

How to Heat Emboss | Tips, Supplies, and Methods for Embossing | Use Embossing Pens and Stamp Pads to Create Beautiful Raised Effects for Greeting Cards, Scrapbook Pages, and More | Destination Decoration

How to Heat Emboss | Tips, Supplies, and Methods for Embossing | Use Embossing Pens and Stamp Pads to Create Beautiful Raised Effects for Greeting Cards, Scrapbook Pages, and More | Destination Decoration

Wedding Invitation using Embossing Powder stamp and Embossing Powder. Full tutorial can be found here: www.madebymyself.com/weddings/wow

Wedding Invitation using Embossing Powder stamp and Embossing Powder. Full tutorial can be found here: www.madebymyself.com/weddings/wow

For the TLC555 - use Watercolor Powders. I used various colors of Brushos here. I first stamped the Hero Arts image with Versamark on the smoother side of watercolor paper and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I then sprinkled on two colors at a time, misted with water until I got the texture I wanted and heat set it. I then repeated that adding two more colors and heat set. I heat set in between so I didn't get mud.

For the TLC555 - use Watercolor Powders. I used various colors of Brushos here. I first stamped the Hero Arts image with Versamark on the smoother side of watercolor paper and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I then sprinkled on two colors at a time, misted with water until I got the texture I wanted and heat set it. I then repeated that adding two more colors and heat set. I heat set in between so I didn't get mud.

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