Today I'm sharing two videos - the first is a look at how to make some beautiful DIY Enamel Embellishments using the Baked Texture Vintage Beeswax Embossing Powder. This is part of a new release at Creativation in January and is a collaboration between Emerald Creek and Seth Apter of the Altered Page. You will not be disappointed when you play with these powders!
Here's a look at the video where you can see the process I use to create several DIY Enamel Embellishments that would be perfect on any type of project!
I coloured the stamps with Prismacolor and Hobby Color Markers, both alcohol based before adding the Vintage Beeswax Embossing Powder.
This little raccoon is so sweet!!
I love how the the embossing powder creates such a cool coating on top and on the edges of the stamped images.
Here's the video where I show you the process of how I create the full Easter Canvas-
The embossing powders come in such a wide variety of colours and textures. I love the glossy effects!
I used the Distress Resist Spray and a sunray stencil to adhere the Charred Gold embossing powder - so fun!
One of my favourite things about this canvas is the way the Easter eggs turned out using an embossing folder, different coloured powders and covering them all with Fractured Ice embossing powder!
And, I love the little fairy tucked in ;) This beautiful Lily stamp would be the perfect addition to any Easter and Spring card as well!
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Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check out the Emerald Creek Shop and the Emerald Creek blog for lots of inspiration and ideas, and have an awesome week!!