are just a few of the more Advanced Heat Embossing Techniques.
in a design already heat embossed, using markers colored
pencils or chalks. Brush or sponge clear embossing ink from
the pad onto the colored areas of the design. Pour on clear
embossing powder and heat. You have now double embossed
the stamped image.
ON CLEAR EMBOSSING:
great on darker colored papers) Using clear or slightly
tinted embossing pad, stamp your image on colored paper.
Use clear embossing powder over the clear inked stamped
image and heat emboss it. You now have a subtle, yet elegant
looking stamped image that shows through the color of your
paper. The clear outline of the embossed image will catch
your eye against the colored background of the paper you
EMBOSSING: (For glossy or lacquer finish)
Sprinkle clear or clear enamel embossing powder over your
and colored image.
from underneath your paper source until the powder has
steps 1 and 2 until you have built up a shiny,
smooth, clear surface that resembles lacquer.
Ink up your art-stamp, a clear embossing pad
is ideal so
the image stays wet longer, as you will be using two or
different powders before heating. Pour the first color on
a part of the stamped image and shake off the excess.
While the ink is still wet, pour a second color powder on
remaining part of the design. Each new color will not stick
where there is already powder.
You won't contaminate your
Shake off the excess and heat the entire image to
Now you have a rainbow effect with different
powders used on the same design.
(Also known as "Joseph's Coat")
Apply marker all over area to be stamped. Allow to dry
Stamp an image on colored area using clear
Heat emboss with clear powder.
Sponge black over design.