September Challenge – Embossing Techniques

Here at Stampendous it’s no secret that our heart belongs to Heat Embossing! We know there are lots of other ways to get a raised effect on your cards, and we’d love to see your faves. But ours is definitely tied to those yummy jars of powdered goodness that melt when you heat them into wonderful backgrounds, borders, and focal points. We love to mix up new, wonderful powders for our fans, and we’ve been selling premium embossing powders for a very long time now. We hope this month you’ll treat yourself to a new powder or two, or pull out one you bought but haven’t tried. We’re going to be showcasing some cool techniques using heat embossing powders for you to try. You can find all our embossing powders on our website HERE – or find a local retailer near you!

As usual, your creations submitted for our challenge don’t have to use Stampendous images, but if they do, they’ll count as two entries. You need to have your submissions linked to our linky tool below by 11:59pm PDT on October 4th. You may enter as many times as you like.

Our prizes this month are, not surprisingly, some of our Exclusive Fran•táge Embossing Enamels. How about our newest colors??! We’ll choose three winners to receive some super hot Essentials.

FREG037 Aged Marine Embossing Enamel & FRG01C Silver Glass Glitter
FREG039 Aged Scarlet Embossing Enamel & FRG02C Champagne Glass Glitter
FREG040 Aged Wine Embossing Enamel & FRG08C Bronze Glass Glitter

Of course you know our favorite embossing technique right now is Fran’s Encrusted Jewel Technique. This super easy, but super dynamic way of creating cool, dazzling, vintage pieces is really fun, and we just can’t get enough. Fran made a video to showcase this technique using some of our new Christmas stamps, and we wanted to share it with you now!



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