Aletenew Educator Academy Level 2 Impressive Heat Embossing

On to this lesson which focused on the use of heat embossing when creating a  stamped card.  I used heat embossing when I stamped the double flower image.  I used the small double flower from the Forever and Always poppy set.  I stamped the double flower image over a quarter sheet of mixed media paper using Versamark ink and then heat embossed using Ranger silver embossing powder.

I painted the flowers using shades of Altenew ink cubes in light purple and pinks. When that was complete I used a scalloped curve My Favorite Things die for the bottom of the piece.  I added a piece of pink patterned paper to create the card front.  I then I die cut the card front using a stitched rectangle die from My Favorite Things. I stamped the sentiment from another Altenew stamp set in Versafine black ink.  I added a few glittery pink Nuvo dots for accents.

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Nancy Souza  Heat Embossin

Supplies

  • Altenew Always and Forever stamp set- smll double bud stamp
  • Altenew stamp sentiment Hello Starshine
  • Altenew ink cubes- purple and pink
  • Ranger silver embossing powder
  • Heat tool
  • My Favorite Things die- curved scallop edge, stitched rectangle dies
  • Versafine black ink pad
  • Water barrel brush
  • Nuvo glitter drops
  • Fan brush
  • 3M double sided tape
  • MISTI stamping platform
  • Scor-pal scoring tool

 

 

One thought on “Aletenew Educator Academy Level 2 Impressive Heat Embossing”

  1. Love the colours. The shine from the embossing must make it look really pretty with purple and pink!
    This is the second blurry photo I was talking about.

    Thank you for entering your work to the AECP assignment gallery.

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