One of the things I hear most often on social media and in my in-person classes is a frustration over not feeling successful when heat embossing at home (or in class). I’ve found that there is almost always a simple solution to the problem, usually a little tweak with the method.
For today’s project, I love this bright and happy chalkboard technique with the Paper Florist dies. I chose bright colors against the old black and white chalkboard for maximum contrast.
In the video below, I’ll show you how to get a clear, crisp heat embossed image, like the words in this case.
Please note I took it one step further and added some Whisper White Ink over the top to create the old chalkboard effect. This is, of course, totally optional.
I’m thinking this would be a fabulous Christmas card for a teacher.
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Please enjoy the video below for tips on heat embossing, as well as this card being shown in a quick step-by-step.
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