Monday, November 2, 2009

Embossing Magic Episode 5: Intaglio Technique

If you can't tell already, heat embossing is one of my favorite techniques. You can get so many different looks with a little embossing powder and a heat tool. Here is the next video in my series of tutorials on heat embossing. Hope you enjoy.

Please note: I had to split the tutorial into two parts due to the 10-minute time limit on videos posted to youtube.com. So be sure to watch both parts.







Supplies* used in video:
  • Glassy Glaze Enamel
  • Tempting Turquoise Craft Stampin' Pad
  • VersaMark
  • Baroque Motifs stamp set
  • Heat Tool
  • Powder Pal (tray)
  • Butterfly shape cut from matboard using Beautiful Butterflies Sizzix Bigz Die
  • Pad of paper (newspaper can be subsituted)
  • Metallic Rub-Ons

*Supplies (excluding pad of paper & metallic rub-ons) can be purchased through my Stampin'Up! wesbite here.

Projects featured in video:




9 comments:

Gail said...

Beautiful technique - thank you for sharing it!

Kathlene said...

I ♥ heat embossing too! This is a great technique and I'm definitely going to give it a try. TFS!

Laura Pinto-Nguyen said...

This is a great technique...made me think it's a good one to teach alongside the Cracked Glass technique as well...

Love those projects!!!

Michelle Wedemeyer said...

Thanks everyone for your kind words. And yes Laura's right. I'm planning on doing a tutorial on the Cracked Glass technique for those of you who aren't familiar with it. Hope to get it posted this upcoming week.

Gaby said...

Hi Michelle,

your embossing tutorials are really great. Thanks so much for your effort.

And thank you, for your nice comment at my blog.

If you have a minute stop by again, I have a little something for you.

The Vintage Vignette said...

Hi Michelle! I have to tell you that I have just discovered your blog and boy am I hooked! I have so many rubber stamps in my craft room that have been under used and underappreciated and now I am beginning to work with them again using your tutorials. Each morning I wake an hour earlier to sit with a cup of coffee and watch one of your tutorials before heading of to work. Thanks for the great inspiration!! :)

Conniecrafter said...

so cool, love this effect!

FawnKreations said...

You are AMAZING!!! I love this technique! Thank you very much for sharing this video! I leave your blog extremely excited and motivated!! =)

Allison Keller said...

I just LOVE your site and have been "re-awakened" with the mojo needed to play with my stamps, ep and everything! My mind's racing! I love all your Stampin' Up products( I am a Demo too), but would you please tell me what you used on the leaf? Stamp, I mean-and who makes your metallic rub? Your VERY talented and I am so enjoying your blog! TFS and please keep making video's!
Ali Keller, Stampin' Up Demonstrator, Carriere, MSj