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how to emboss...incredibly simple. Note from Jacque: The only thing I would clarify is to buy pigment ink for embossing. Dye based ink is for stamping without embossing. Pigment ink will not dry on its own - it must be covered in powder and heat embossed. This technique works well when you want to color in with markers or watercolors.

By Heidi Weaver. Uses Stampin' Up "Wetlands" stamp set. Used water brush with ink on pad lid for sand and water. Sponged edges. Sanded dry-embossed background panels to bring out the wood grain.

Wetlands in Early Espresso-- Stamps: Wetlands Ink: Soft Suede, Early Espresso Paper: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Early Espresso Core'dinations, Soft Suede Punches: Large Oval Big Shot: Woodgrain folder, Deco Labels Collection Extras: Stamping sponges, Antique Brads, 7/16" Trim, Stampin' Sanding block

Double embossing. Two different methods for wet embossing after dry embossing.

Fresh Daisies on BG using DIs (Squeezed Lemonade, Picked Raspberries & Seedless Preserves) and salt

embossing techniques Linda Nelson Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator 360-521-9846

from Jennifer McGuire Ink

Video: Texture Paste vs. Embossing Paste... + Giveaway

Texture. Embossing powder is added to wet paste, set to dry for 30 mins then heat set. Colo added on top of paste added after paste is dry. Color added TO PASTE before applied with pallet knife

This is an easy technique that I hope you will try. The directions are on my blog

Faux Leather - Run kraft cardstock through with the Paisely folder. Rubbed Close to Cocoa ink over the raised parts. Stamped over entire panel with Versamark ink pad and then clear embossed twice. Sponged the edges.