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VIDEO: Heat Emboss with Chunky Embossing Powders

Let's heat emboss with WOW! chunky embossing powders! I'm featuring the perfectly curated WOW! Riviera Trio today.


YouTube Tutorial | Heat Emboss with Chunky Powders

These designs showcase the texture of these specialty embossing powders. Watch here or in HD on YouTube.



WOW! Trio Riviera

Solid stamps are always a great design option when working with chunky embossing powders like the WOW! Riviera Trio. Provencal, Genteel, and Serene coordinate perfectly together for masculine, feminine, and all occasion cards.

Hexagon Hello


For the first card, I stamped a large hexagon from The Stamp Market Hexagon Hello with soft grey ink.


Then I stamped and embossed 3 small hexagons with a trio of embossing powders.



I finished it off with stacked Hello die cuts from Altenew Bold Greetings Die Set and left it unembellished for a clean and simple look. Check out that shine!

Unwind with Tea Time


Next, I thought it would be fun to turn these lemons into oranges and see how it would go with Copic coloring.


This Tea for the Soul Digital Stamp and the background images are from Graciellie Design. The plaid background is from Coffee Lovers Digital Paper and the wood tabletop is from Rust Wood Digital Paper Pack.



Copic Markers


I've listed all the markers I used below, but use what you have on hand if you decide to recreate this project.


It's totally unnecessary to use that many markers for the orange rind. I was just color plucking until I liked the result.

Orange blossoms | YR000, W1, W3Leaves | YG61, YG63, YG67Teacup | G40, G43, W3, W5Orange rind | Y00, Y21, YR23, YR24, Y26, Y28, YR000, E000

Thanks for stopping by. Let me know what you think down below and if you try these projects tag me @notableink and WOW! @wowembossing. We'd love to see what you're creating!

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  1. Two beautiful cards Amber and I love the look of the chunky embossing and such pretty colours on the hexagons, and then with the orange slices and the mug, flowers and leaf, all so well coloured and I love the stencilled background and the wood grain to ground the items, and super sentiments too. x

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  2. Thanks for the video! Love that orange with the cup!

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