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SJ Eloquent One
Posts: 4129
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Loc: Virginia
Reg: 10-12-09
09-26-12 06:15 AM - Post#4014460    
    In response to J-M

Clear (fine & UTEE)! I have tons of the "colors" and second I would group the gold/copper & black. But the clear is easiest - because you can use any color of the Ranger Distress Inks (they work as an emboss ink also), so whatever color you stamp comes through the clear powder. (Saves having to buy so many colors - though that still hasn't stopped me!)

And oh yes. . . on chipboard, on clear acetate, on cardstock, on metal, on Jolees embellies (recently I had a set of silver and I needed gold so I just embossed gold over it), on flowers (either dipping them in a melting pot or just stamping/embossing over). . . almost anything - you just need to watch the heat so you don't burn or melt what ever you're embossing on, and watch the metal - it stays hot a while after you've melted the powder so make sure it's cool before you touch it. Here are a few from my gallery that might give you some ideas. . .

Chipboard Butterflies:
http://www.scrapjazz.com/galleries/52376/view/ 5795...

Vellum Trees:


Multi Layered cardstock title:

http://www.scrapjazz.com/galleries/52376/view/ 5643...

1 Layer cardstock title & embellishment:
http://www.scrapjazz.com/galleries/52376/view/ 5640...

Clear acetate - white and clear powder title:

http://www.scrapjazz.com/galleries/52376/view/ 5651...


Edited by ScrappinTraveler on 09-26-12 06:36 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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