Splitcoaststampers-The Stamper's Community

Issue #674 June 12th 2019
Heart Treat Holder  
Guest tutorial author Wendy Lee will show you how to make these sweet and simple shaped treat holders.
Supplies you'll need for this project
 
Our Artist in Residence answers your questions
Q: Erin asks: "Have you tried heat embossing on wood?"
A: I have! Look for a tutorial coming in a few months. There are several options, depending on the effect you want. I like to stain the wood with ink or watered down craft paint, and then stamp and emboss decorative images with clear powder with the paint is dry. After that step, you can add more ink or paint over the embossing. The embossing powder will resist the additional layers. You can also sand away the embossing for a batik effect, or you can add a metallic rub-on to the raised areas to highlight them more.
 
Feedback From Past Tutorials
Lorna has a tip for the Glitter Highlighted Embossing technique: "I did something similar to this. I stamped my image in VersaMark and then I heat embossed the image with a glittery embossing powder. I then used a sponge dauber and colored over my image and fussy cut it out. It turned out very pretty and sparkly and the glitter seems to stay in place."

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You will need an envelope punch board for next week's tutorial.
 
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Free studio bag ($35 value) this month with a $75 purchase. Use code: FREESTUDIO.
Stamp and Scrapbook Expo
Virginia: Come and join the fun in Chantilly on June 21 & 22.
 
This Week's Hot Topics
Mail field test
Lessons from a returned card
June MISTI Monday challenge
Make a shaped card
Photo editors
Inexpensive and simple options
Watercolor upgrade
Best starter set
Stamp positioners
Options for decreased hand and wrist strength
 
June 5 to June 11
Use supplies you likely already own and try new techniques.
Ink Blending.
June weddings.
Try this color combination: Old Olive, Calypso Coral, Mint Macaron.
Sunrise, Sunset.
Come on 6s.
Free for All: Friday
[F4A485] What floats your boat?
Brown Paper Bag.
Check out Wanda's gallery, then upload a creation inspired by her work.
 
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