Thursday, October 24, 2013

Hello and welcome! Tonya here from Stampin' with Tonya. Today I want to share a fun new technique that Stampin'UP! recently shared with us. They called it Glitter Embossing and it consists of Embossing Powder with Glitter added. I used four different color combos on my cards today and I am excited to show them to you.
Now for my glitter embossing I used a 2 to 1 ratio. So if I used 1 teaspoon of embossing powder then I added 1/2 teaspoon of glitter. I used Versamark on all of the samples of and then heat embossed. I hope you can see just how sparkly the are but if not believe me when I say there is a lot of sparkle and the glitter doesn't rub off.
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Supplies: Soft Sky Card Stock, Whisper White Card Stock, Smoky Slate Card Stock, Midnight Muse Card Stock, Versamark, Wonderful Blessing Stamp, Top Note Bigz Die, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder, Circles Collection Framelits, Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Silver Embossing Powder, Silver Glitter

Supplies: Smoky Slate Card Stock, Melon Mambo Card Stock, Whisper White Card Stock, Versamark, Melon Mambo Embossing Powder, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Tea Lace Paper Doilies, Yippee-Skippee! Stamp Set (on sale now), Betsy's Blossoms Stamp Set (also on sale), Basic Gray Stamp Pad

Supplies: Crumb Cake Card Stock, Cherry Cobbler Card Stock, Whisper White Card Stock, Greetings of Season Stamp Set, Ornament Keepsakes Stamp Set (on sale), Special Season Stamp Set, Old Olive Ink Pad, Early Espresso Ink Pad, Cherry Cobbler Embossing Powder, Gold Glitter, Gold Embossing Powder, Early Espresso 1/4" Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Holiday Ornaments Framelits

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  1. Great technique, Tonya! Even in the pictures I can tell how sparkly they are!! I bet it is even better in person!


    1. Thanks Heidi! You are correct they are more sparkly in person. If you haven't tried this technique I would recommend it.