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Old 07-06-2018, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default Sand embossing powder?

Hero arts had a sand looking embossing powder in their June kit. My jar is about gone. Any tips on making more or a company that has a similar product.
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I saw this link but it’s on reserve right now.
RESERVE Hero Arts SAND Embossing Powder PW125 at Simon Says STAMP!
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https://heroarts.com/collections/emb...bossing-powder

Looks like its available if you buy it direct through Hero Arts. It intrigues me.
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Have you tried Distress Embossing Powder? It seems like it has sand in it. Does not dry shiny at all, but has a raised textured effect. Don't try to do little words with it!
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Seth Apter has Dirty Sand in his Baked Texture embossing powders. They are available many places online, here's one: Baked Texture: Embossing Powders


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For anyone wanting the sand ep, Hero Arts is now selling it separate from the kit. (The Jennifer McGuire card sample with writing in the "sand" looked amazing.)

https://heroarts.com/products/pw125-...eid=d440dc6c69
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Have you tried Distress Embossing Powder? It seems like it has sand in it. Does not dry shiny at all, but has a raised textured effect. Don't try to do little words with it!

I second this suggestion - Old Paper distress EP is super for a sandy look.
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I have Stampendous Golden Sand embossing powder. I don't remember where I bought it, but when I Googled it, one of the sites was 123Stitch, on sale for $4.14. I love the way it looks.
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great Q. Subbing.

I see sparkle and sprinkle has At the beach but I dont know if the coverage is as good and it is shiny.

If one wants to mix their own Ranger has a nice base tan color to start with.
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