Friday, March 11, 2011

Emboss this... it's fabulous fun!

As we continue our focus on techniques this month here on the Sisters in Stamping blog, we are featuring those that employ heat embossing.  Ever since I was first introduced to stamping seven years ago at a Stampin' Up! Christmas card workshop I have been enamored with the idea of embossing powder, Versamark ink and a heat gun and the "wow" effect it creates for such little effort.  Let's take a look at the fabulous projects created for you this week by the Sisters...

Jacque Craig submitted this gorgeous card featuring the Eat Chocolate stamp set found in the Occasions mini catalog.  She embossed the tops of her chocolate bon bons... get more details on her blog here.

Here is the card from Rachel Yurkanin - I love the soft spring colors.  Her technique with the Bold Blossoms stamp set from the Occasions Mini catalog is "emboss resist" - you can find more details on her blog here.

Karla Anders created this great project featuring Iridescent Ice embossing powder.  You can get all the details of her project on her blog here.

And here is my contribution for the week - I used the cracked glass technique to create my faux cameo with the Easter Blossoms stamp set from the Occasions Mini catalog.  You will find full instructions on my blog post here.

Thanks for visiting with us today!  We hope you have a fabulous weekend and have a chance to give one of our featured embossing techniques a try.

* Jacque, Rachel, Karla and Debbie *

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