Hey everyone! Thank you to all that provided feedback on my Sunday Recap post. Almost all of you seem to like it so the plan is to keep doing it each week.
For today's post I *finally* got around to filming a video on what you need to get started with heat embossing/how to heat emboss/what I use etc etc. I've had a lot of people ask for it and it's been on my to-do list for quite some time so here it is!
I've added a bunch of links at the end of the post that have heat tools, inks I'd recommend that work well with heat embossing (you don't need all of them but I included a few options), other tools/items that help and of course a bunch of embossing powders.
Simply put here's a list of what (in my opinion) you NEED to get started:
Embossing Magic Bag/Powder Tool
Slow Drying or Pigment Ink
You can watch my video below for all the info:
To watch directly on YouTube click HERE <-----click!
I hope this helps all of you that had questions about it! Down the road I plan on doing another video tutorial or two on embossing since I'm back to doing it so often LOL. And if there's interest I could also show how I store my embossing powders and whatnot as we all love to see how everyone stores their stuff ;).
EDITED TO ADD: I've updated the links and added links to products I love and recommend - this post and video has continued to be popular and generating questions so I wanted the links to be working!
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