The week went by fast while our design team was having fun sharing some of their favorite techniques from the Embossing Powder Techniques from A to Z book. This book is a great tool to have by your side when you want something new to do with those embossing powders in your stash or for a refresher in the basics of embossing.
Another great tool and one essential to embossing with powders is a heat tool. We now carry the HT400 Embossing Heat Tool that is durable and built to last for all those embossing projects ahead.
We’ve enjoyed bringing you a full week of more techniques from the book and there are still more to see today!
It’s another fabulous day on our week with techniques from Fran’s book on embossing powders and our team has gone a step further adding Dreamweaver Stencils into the mix of supplies. Here are a few card projects below from our stenciling expert designers, Pam Hornschu and Louise Healy.
The technique they used was the Molten Magic with letter”P” and is a popular one with our design team for a great effect on cards and scrapbook pages. We can’t wait to see how the designers today combine their stencils with a technique from the book.
Beautiful flowers on chipboard can be made with only embossing powders and a piece of chipboard. Fran Seiford created these poppy canvas pieces with the puddle painting technique on an electric griddle and we have a great video that gives you a glimpse of how easily she can create wonderful landscapes.
Fran compiled this technique and many others using embossing powders in one great place with her new book, Embossing Powder Techniques from A to Z, for a great resource within arms reach of your embossing supplies. Let’s see what today’s designers chose within the pages of this book for their projects!
Here is Fran on Hochanda TV with Leonie Pojul going through all the fantastic products used to create fun colorful, shimmery and glossy embossed projects.
Fran’s been creating these gorgeous tiles with melted embossing powder using an electric griddle. They’re really fun and easy to do. And the tiles are ending up on gorgeous canvases like the one above. Even just as a miniature work of art, they’re quite stunning. Have a look at these below.
This technique is shared on several videos on our YouTube channel as well as in Fran’s new book. And this week, we’ve asked our Design Team to share some additional embossing techniques with you! Yep, it’s another whole week of embossing inspiration!! So warm up your heat tool, or electric griddle, (but remember to unplug them when you’re done for the day!) and join us in melting some wonderful, colored powders!!
It’s all crafts all month! National Craft Month is here! We hope that you’ll take the opportunity this March to start a new craft, or finish up some old ones, or maybe even introduce a friend or loved one to a craft you enjoy!
Our own Fran Seiford had tons of fun recently crafting with her Mushroom Home and Cottage Home stamp and die sets! These little creations look so darling when you add them to your gardenscape for a party or event. They’re perfect for a patio or terrarium, or craft them of sturdier materials for normal outdoor use. Click to enlarge photos. Check out this VIDEO on YouTube to see how Fran made them.
Check out the blog of the Craft and Hobby Association daily to keep up on all the great ways to get your craft on this month and we’ll provide a weekly wrap up to all the crazy good ideas we see from our design team and the crafting community.
If you are playing along with CHA, they want to see what you make! Use the hashtags #WeAreCHA, #CRE8TIME and #NationalCraftMonth on social media as well as email them. Those details are available on their blog post today!
The Summer Issue of RubberStampMadness magazine will feature our Beauty Face stamp (W168) on the cover with the work of our own Fran Seiford. We’re super excited, and our blog readers can get this wonderful issue of RSM for FREE when subscribing to the magazine for just $23.90 a year.
Just visit the RSM Website Store and use coupon code Stampendous5 to get this free issue added to your subscription. Be sure to note in the order form comment section that you want your subscription to start with the #192 Summer Issue. Just click on the image below.
We have had so many requests for this wonderful stamp to return to our line, and now it’s back! But there’s even more in store…
The Summer Issue of RubberStampMadness magazine will feature this gorgeous stamp on the cover with the work of our own Fran Seiford for the magazine theme Women of the World. We’re super excited that this cover and the article that goes with it will put our Beauty Face (now W168 Beauty Face in wood mounted and CRW168 Cling Beauty Face in Cling Rubber™) on the world map!
You, our blog readers, have the opportunity to get this wonderful issue of RSM for FREE when you subscribe to the magazine. Just visit the RSM Website Store and use coupon code Stampendous5 to get this free issue added to your subscription. Be sure to note in the order form comment section that you want your subscription to start with the #192 Summer Issue. You’ll get 5 issues instead of just 4 for the amazing price of $23.90. You can click on the image below.
The Hairstyle Templates and instructions for making terrific hairstyles can be found on our blog page HERE. The YouTube video for using them can be found HERE.
You can even receive the .svg files for cutting your own templates/stencils/masks with your electronic cutting machine, including the original one that came with the Blossom Beauty set, by emailing us at email@example.com and requesting Hairstyles Templates in the subject line.
It’s pretty exciting to see how embossing powder can be used beyond the basics and even more exciting is that these techniques have been compiled into a book by Fran Seiford for easy access to reference when using any of our line of Essentials.
Dreamweaver Thursday is going puffy…and sparkly…and shiny…and textured…and cracked, all with the magic of Embossing Powders and Enamels! This week we’ve shown you wonderful examples of just a few of the techniques in Fran Seiford’s new book as shown below, demonstrated with predominantly Stampendous images. Today we have plenty of embossing love to share with our Dreamweaver stencils!
Here are a few examples from the team…
Created by Louise Healy, featuring the Dreamweaver Dragon stencil, using the “Faux Cloisonné” technique found in Section F, page 24.
Created by Pam Hornschu featuring the Swirly Heart stencil design with glittery pink embossing powder from the Spring Sparkle Kit, using the “Painting with Powder” technique, found in section Y, pages 90-94.
Another “Painting with Powder” creation by Laura Drahozal. She really demonstrates the “painterly” feel to be achieved by this technique with the Dreamweaver Tree Line stencil.
Finally, another creation by Pam Hornschu, featuring the Peacock Stencil using the “Molten Magic” Technique, as found in section P, pages 38-39, with Fran•tagé Aged Enamels.
I bet we’ve surprised you today with the variety of techniques from the new book that can be easily used with Dreamweaver Stencils. We have a few more to share, but first a reminder…you can purchase the book online at Stampendous, or from crafting retail stores in your area…but wouldn’t it be awesome to win one? We are giving away THREE AUTOGRAPHED copies of the new Embossing Powder Techniques from A to Z by Fran Seiford. For a chance to be a randomly selected winner, leave comments on everyone’s posts for this week, and double check the Prize Rules HERE.