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Heat Embossing - Stampin' Up! Stampin' Techniques

Technique A:  Heat Embossing

  1. Place your card stock in a Powder Pal tray or over a large piece of scratch paper.
  2. Rub the Embossing Buddy across the card stock you want to emboss. This keeps the embossing powder from sticking anywhere but on the ink. 
  3. Stamp the image with Craft, VersaMark®, or embossing ink.
  4. Pour powder onto the inked image, making sure that the image is coated completely. 
  5. Shake off excess powder into the tray, and funnel it back into the container.
  6. Heat the stamped image only until the powder changes to a shiny liquid and rises.
  7. Allow embossed image to cool. 

Technique B:  Emboss Resist

  1. Follow steps 1-7 above, using Stampin' Emboss clear embossing powder.
  2. Apply ink with a sponge directly to the paper over and around the embossed image.
  3. Wipe the embossed image with a tissue to remove the excess ink.

Avoid overheating the powder and burning the paper when working with a heat tool.


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