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VIDEO: Easy Repeat Heat Embossing

Create easy repeat pattern heat embossing cards with the perfectly curated WOW! Caribbean Charm Trio. Elevate your clean and simple card designs with glitter heat embossing.





All the details to create these soft WOW! Caribbean Charm Trio repeat pattern cards are in this short card making video tutorial. Watch here or in HD on YouTube. While you're there I'd love it if you like, subscribe, and ring the bell!




WOW! Hearts & Twine Repeat Stamping

Create a simple heat embossed repeat heart border with the WOW! Hearts & Twine Stamp Set. Perfect alignment is easy with a stamp position or MISTI.


First, I stamped the heart to the left of the sentiment with WOW! Embossing Ink and heat embossed with Montserrat embossing powder from the WOW! Caribbean Charm Trio. I left the stamp in my MISTI.



Then I moved the card panel up and down in 1 inch increments to stamp each additional heart. I alternated colors from the Caribbean Charm Trio, including Montserrat, Dominica, and Bahama.


A sentiment from WOW! Hello Lovely Stamp Set, stamped with Altenew Cloudy Sky Crisp Dye Ink finished off the card.


Take a closer look at that gorgeous glitter and the ultra-high chunky white granules. Love it!

Follow Your Heart

As you can see, there are only a few granules of ultra-high in the hearts above. In order to take full advantage of those white ultra-high granules I heat embossed a die-cut heart with Bahama embossing powder.


Large die-cuts give you more surface area to sprinkle on the ultra-high. In contrast, the delicate arrows which are heat embossed with Dominica embossing powder, don't highlight the large chunky granules as well.


But, that just goes to show you can use these powders with both delicate stamps and large solid stamps and die-cuts. They're quite versatile!


Check out the cool texture that the glitter and ultra-high adds to the heart above.

The arrow stamp is from the WOW! Hello Lovely Stamp Set and the heart is die-cut with Ellen Hutson Folk Hearts Die. The sentiment is from Altenew Follow Your Arrow Stamp Set.

I hope you feel inspired to do a bit of repeat pattern heat embossing. I'll see you soon with more inspiration.



More Repeat Patterns



If you missed my post & video from last month, check it out now. Heat emboss with individual stamps and background stamps to create random repeat patterns.

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  1. I love both of these cards Amber and the pretty blue so sparkly and glittery used with the green and the grey on the vertical border look great, but the larger totally blue heart is stunning and love the little arrows in the background. x

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