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Vintage Heat Embossing with Laurel Beard

Hey there! Laurel Beard here again with you sharing a new technique (to me anyways) you can do with your embossing powders! Sometimes, you want may want a vintage feel to your cards and if you do, than this technique is for you! Check out the video below to see what I mean!

I particularly love the Wow Embossing powder blends! They are stunning and unique and really make an impact on your cards. Here are some close ups of my cards. The first one doesn't use any embossing powders at all, which is still gorgeous.

But adding that extra step of embossing really is a wow moment.

What do you think?? Will you give it a try?


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Hope you enjoyed this card. Happy crafting!



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