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Friday, January 22, 2016
Hot Glue Embossing
I really had fund with this card. I started with a piece of water color paper. I heated up the hot glue gun and then put gold embossing powder on it while it was hot. I heated it with the heat gun and look at the pretty design I created. I then took Ken Oliver Color Burst and put on the water color paper. I wanted some more colors so I added Dylusions spray ink and some color shine over that. I love the rich colors I got. I used an MFP stamp set called Sun and Moon for the sentiment. I added a few sequins for the finishing touch.
I am glad you came by today and I would love to know what you think of my card.
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Oh wow, what a gorgeous card!! I love the design you created with the hot glue!! The colors are amazing!! Beautiful card!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)ReplyDelete
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Never in a million years would I have thought to add gold EP to hot glue - the result is nothing short of FABULOUS!!! The color bursts sure gave you a beautiful palette on which to showcase the gold hot glue "phenomenon".ReplyDelete
I am not glad you were sick, but sure glad you had time to play and come up with this masterpiece!! Hugs! Feel better soon!
this looks amazing ! great colorfull result !ReplyDelete
This is such a fun technique Shirley. I usually use this for doing drips or water trickles, but you have really created a wonderful abstract piece with the technique. LOVE IT!!! hugs :)ReplyDelete
Love the way this turned out!! The abstract design look so cool on that background!ReplyDelete
This is really cool Shirley! Just love the vibrant colors! TFSReplyDelete
I am in love with this Shirley! Wow - I am so going to try this technique. Great sentiment for it too! Love, love, love this. HugzReplyDelete
Ha ha ha, I was so going to go home and put embossing powder in my hot glue gun! Doh! Then rered your description and am quite relieved! I mean I just have to try this - but I wasn't so sure EP would be so safe in the gun itself. I'm such a dork! Anyway, this is one AMAZING and totally FABULOUS project! Big kudos for coolness here!ReplyDelete