I’ve started a new class this year called Techniques & Tea, where each class does a deep dive into related techniques. We had the first of this series in January, and we learned so much about heat embossing, both improving it and how to use it in five different ways.
This was one of the five projects the guests made to reinforce the techniques, featuring Watercolor Resist and the gorgeous Timeless Tiles stamp set. We had a lot of fun learning about how to mix colors so they didn’t end up making brown!
And another version, this time with more cool tones.
I just love the antique look of this big background stamp (I’ve just used a little portion here), and the mixed colors do remind me of old architecture with weathering effects or layers of old paint. Each one turned out differently!
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If you’d like to learn more about how to improve your heat embossing, learn techniques, AND have reference sheets to create your own technique book, you can register for the Techniques & Tea Heat Embossing Class!
Your class will include:
- Access to all six videos (including five project process videos)
- Five downloadable project sheets
- Five technique reference sheets to add to or start your own technique book
- Lifetime access to the class
You can pay via Paypal for immediate, lifetime access to the class. Plus, you can log in and out of the content as you need!
Thank you so much for stopping by my stamping studio today! Have a wonderful weekend – hopefully crafting a little! ~ Jacque Williams