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Old 07-18-2007, 09:24 PM   #1
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How are the Iridescent Ice and Hologram Highlights Embossing Powders different. In which ways would you use each of them? Thanks! LM (who has Iridescent Ice, and wondering if I shoud also get Hologram Highlights.)
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Hologram highlights works so nicely with blues. There is a small fleck in it almost like a mirrored chip(very small) I picks up light. So It is very sparkly. It is truly beautiful.
I don't like it as much with pinks and whites because the mirrored chip has a bit of grey to it so it is not as subtle and delicate as II.
I really like both and use a lot of HH at Christmas time. ( My fav way to use HH is with the Blue frost ink pad. Ink up your stamp in versamark, then on the frost pad , then stamp ( a big block image looks best) add HH and heat )
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Momto4boys...Thank you so much for the information you shared. I really appreciate the tips. LM
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Hologram highlights works so nicely with blues. There is a small fleck in it almost like a mirrored chip(very small) I picks up light. So It is very sparkly. It is truly beautiful.
I don't like it as much with pinks and whites because the mirrored chip has a bit of grey to it so it is not as subtle and delicate as II.
I really like both and use a lot of HH at Christmas time. ( My fav way to use HH is with the Blue frost ink pad. Ink up your stamp in versamark, then on the frost pad , then stamp ( a big block image looks best) add HH and heat )
Can you tell me what the blue frost ink pad is? Thanks
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Hologram highlights works so nicely with blues. There is a small fleck in it almost like a mirrored chip(very small) I picks up light. So It is very sparkly. It is truly beautiful.
I don't like it as much with pinks and whites because the mirrored chip has a bit of grey to it so it is not as subtle and delicate as II.
I really like both and use a lot of HH at Christmas time. ( My fav way to use HH is with the Blue frost ink pad. Ink up your stamp in versamark, then on the frost pad , then stamp ( a big block image looks best) add HH and heat )
Thanks so much for this information!
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Can you tell me what the blue frost ink pad is? Thanks
It is a spectrum pad which has a variety of shades of blue in it. You'll find it on pg 186 of the catty.
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