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Learn how to do two methods of heat embossing usig a heating gun or tool, a rubber stamp, pigment ink, embossing powder and ...
Versamark watermark ink
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This is a demonstration of Heat Embossing. There are two kinds of Heat Embossing that am going to demonstrate today. For the first one, we move the using and embossing tools this is the embossing tool by Marvy Uchida. You will need an embossing tool for both of this that I am going to demonstrate.
For this one well of course a stamp, this is an ordinary rubber stamp, you need an Embossing powder, this is pirate gold one of my favorites some by stamp and stuff. This is VersaMark, a water mark stamp on it just a very versatile product that I could not live without.
Now optionally, one of this trays is very handy for dealing with the embossing powder but it is optionally you do not really need it and of course you need something to stamp on I am using just an ordinary white card stock. And when you rubber stamp you need a soft circus so I place the magazine here and I will just put this some the ground on top this is what I am going to stamp with.
So to use the versa mark it is very simple just color, colorless this particular one it is just sticky so you stamp it on the back then stamp it as you would stamp any stamp, okay. Well you cannot see that but Dreams is there and we are now going to use our Embossing powder while it is cold so you do that. Now if you can see that is some gold but it is not stock so this is where you heating then comes in.
Okay that is now turned into gold of pot gold it is very attractive and if you want it depending on your stamp you could now color inside any of these openings which you might not want to do on the word Dream but depending on your stamp it would be quite easy to color. I will show you how this tray works, at this end there is a little plug so you simply remove the plug and we turn your powder to the bottle. It is very handy little tools especially if you are working with micro bits especially.
For the second demonstration it is very similar but in this case we will be using a pigment ink. This is color box royal blue now it has to be a pigment ink, dyeing, swamp work, chalking smooth work and I do not think alcohol inks will work you have to have pigment ink and in this case you also use a stamping powder but you use clear so this again stamping stuff and it is a clear transparent. And will use the same stamp dream, so again you stamp on the back make sure it is colored. This is slow drying so you do not have to rush to put the lead on. Stamp at is before, okay no I am going to not use the tray I am going to show you how to do the choosing just apiece of paper.
So as before you stamp, you sprinkle it sometimes you have to blow off the excess then using the pigment tool again.
And you now have a very attractive embossed dream in blue and again if you wish you could color the insides. Now to return this to the bottle using at the scrap paper just do that and it is almost easier than using the tray. So there you have two stamping demonstrations.