Heat Embossing

Heat Embossing is one of those great, simple techniques that often get overlooked. You think about using it, and then say, it’s too much effort. But as soon as you get out the heat gun, you say, why didn’t I do that before? It takes no time and gives a great finish.

I finally got around to CASEING an idea from last year’s IBC which used the Inspired by Nature flowers white embossed on DSP. I then tried a different effect by black embossing on a different DSP. Here are the results.

Both look great but give totally a different finish.


4 thoughts on “Heat Embossing

  1. Hi Margy,

    I am so pleased the sheets arrived for you.

    Everything seemed so hurried at the end of the retreat, I don’t think I got to say good bye to many of the ladies. It was great to catch up with you, and I hope we can do it again soon.

    Thanks for your kind comments about my blog.

    Annette x


  2. Hi Annette, I received Stamp-a-ma-jig imaging sheets in the mail this week, thank you so much they are much appreciated!! I ‘m sorry I did not get a chance to say good bye to you after the retreat and thank you for your sharing your wealth of knowledge. I look forward to eyeballing your blog which I love particularly as it is shared with other stampers. Thanks again Margy x


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