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Video tutorial - heat embossing over dry embossed paper - with Kate

Hi,  today I will show you in real time (no speed up), how to heat emboss dry embossed papers. We will be applying embossing ink over those different embossed papers (embossed with embossing folders). I hope you will enjoy this tutorial and you will be inspired. This technique is well known but maybe you never met it.


How to:
- emboss heavy weight paper with embossing folder in any kind of machine like Big shop, Spellbinders platinum etc.
- use antistatic powder all over dry embossed paper
- take brayer and apply with it embossing ink over raised embossed areas
- sprinkle embossing powder 
- heat set it






tools:
- embossing ink
- embossing folder
- paper
- embossing powder
- heat tool

Have a nice day
Kate





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  1. These different ways of using embossing powders look great Kate and love the embossing folders you have used and such pretty colours of embossing powder over the top. This is something I have done in the past but not for ages so good to see it done and so beautifully too. x

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