Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Embossing Paste Rainbows with Infinity Engraving
video are all about Embossing/Texture pastes. I went through 5 different brands and demonstrated how to apply them, how they accept mediums and the differences between them. If you're new to embossing paste or texture medium, this video will hopefully give you an idea of which brand you'd like to try first or the confidence to branch out a bit and try a new technique. This technique is also really cool on chipboard and diecuts and there is no end to the variety of stencils on the market.
Simon Says Stamp Black cardstock
Papertrey Ink stencil
Ranger Texture Paste
Prima Art Basics Light Paste
Prima Art Basic Opaque Matte paste
Liquitex Opaque Matte
Teresa Collins Modeling paste
Distress Inks: Carved Pumpkin, Picked Raspberry, Mermaid Lagoon, Wilted Violet, Twisted Citron, Squeezed Lemonade, Blueprint Sketch
Ranger Mini Ink Blending tool and foam
Glitter Ritz Cool Hightlight, Warm Highlight, and Startdust glitters
DCWV blue foil cardstock
Lawn Fawn Stitched Heart die
Lawn Fawn Scripty Thanks die
SSS Blessed Die
SSS Painted Hello die
SSS Hugs die
TH Beautiful die
SU Butterfly die
Casual Fridays "You" die from SOA box #3
Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock cardbases
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm Sparkling Clear sequins
SSS sequins (from May 2016 card kit)
Thanks for hanging out with me today! I hope you had fun and learned something new. I'm always happy to answer questions and I'd love to know what you think! See you next time!
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