Monday, March 19, 2018

Eight ways to use Embossing Powder & Stencils

Last year, my friend Seth Apter told me he was going to bring back embossing powder. Of course, I laughed because I am kind of snarky like that. But yes, I believe he has done it! His new line of Baked Texture by Emerald Creek is so darn cool that I find myself using them on all sorts of substrates. Take a look at some of the interesting options in this little video:


See what I mean! Nicely done, Seth!
To order, click on over to Seth's website here. Or his Blog here

7 comments:

  1. This was just wonderful. I can't wait to get started using my powders from Seth.

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  2. Thanks Mary Beth. I just love these and even had to order more beeswax

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  3. I have two of them and haven't been able to play yet! Thanks for the heads up on some different ways to use them. I need to get to work.

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  4. Fabulous ideas for fantastic embossing powders, great work Mary Beth and Seth.

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  5. Absolutely loved how much you love these powders!! The patina on the metal piece was my fave right after the vintage beeswax on the old paper. :)

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  6. Great tutorial - it seems like every surface works. Yay!!!

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  7. Love your tutorial. I am hooked. Can't wait to try Seth's embossing powder.

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