Materials used: Embossing ink pad, a cornstarch pouch, heat tool, inks, favorite stamps, a heat proof surface such as the cork backing of a hard place mat, embossing powder/glitter, glitter glues, vintage trim, and a pencil with a unused erasure, foam tape, favorite adhesive.
Juice up your embossing pad and prime your pencil erasure. Simply rub it across a patch of carpet until it does not have a hard surface. (remember doing this in High School)?
Rub your starch pouch on the paper, it will help deter stray emboss granules.
Then stamp your pencil erasure into the emboss pad and then onto the paper. After 4-5 stampings, quickly sprinkle with choice of embossing powder/glitter. Continue this routine until you've done all your stamping.
Shake off the excess powder back into your container. If you used more than one color of embossing powder and they start to mix, pour it into a baggy or other container to use on a later project. :)
Heat dots with your heating tool and then set aside to cool while you work on the rest of the craft.
I layered my cards with foam tape, stamped the candy with embossing powder, then cut them out and added them with foam tape as well. I glittered the edges of the card layers with glitter glue and added some fabric
and vintage trim. Including the time for the embossing, this card was made in 15 minutes, tops.
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