bright fine embossing Glitter Powder
Embossing has been one of the ways artists have most elegantly finished craft projects’ text and images. The effect is much the same as in traditional embossed invitations. Creating the embossed effect is easy. Just stamp with any ink that embossing powder will adhere to (most inks will do the job), sprinkle ourEmbossing Powder on the wet ink, tap off excess and then heat-set with a heat gun for a beautiful and elegantly raised finish. It’s that easy.Our embossing powders are acid-free and available in an assortment of beautiful colors. Containers feature a wide mouth for easy return of excess powder after use.
Application:Uncoated paper, coated paper, vellumDrying time:Heat embossing powder until it melts. It will take approximate 20 - 30 seconds using an embossing heat gun.)Melting time will vary according to the amount of powder and heat source used.
# Sprinkle embossing powder over stamped or drawn image. (Make sure to use ink that is appropriate for embossing.)Once heated, the powder will melt and the surface will rise.# We recommended using transparent embossing powders when using colored inks.# We recommend using clear inks (such as Emboss, VersaMark or Emboss Pen Clear) when using opaque embossing powders.# When embossing use plenty of powder. Dust off stray powder with a brush and pour the excess into bottle for future use.# Stamped images on non-porous surfaces may rub off if handled repeatedly.# An embossing heat gun is the recommended heat source for use with Emboss powders. * Use caution when applying heat. Heat sources can cause burns.* It is not recommended to emboss on textiles.* Please do not use a hair dryer as the heat source.
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