Mixing up the embossing…

We have some fun stamping inspiration for you today! I’ll show you some inspirations for heat embossing and Suz created a couple of super cute cards.

For this first card Suz says “To colorize the wood veneer fox, I used a Qtip to brush in the chalk ink that I used.
I stamped the leaves beneath the pumpkin and then colored them in with a watercolor pencil.”


This is what Suz says about her next card: “For my second card, I used the arrow stamp and plus sign pattern to fill in areas within the triangles I created with the woodgrain washi tape that is in the planner kit.”

I love the stitching and the pattern created with the washi! Such a great idea!


I used the “hello autumn”-stamp from the October DITL kit and decided to play around with some heat embossing and combine a couple of different embossing powders. I used a brown powder together with some gold glitter powder. Taking good photographs of heat embossing is difficult, but hopefully you can imagine that parts of the words are dark brown and other parts are shiny, glittery gold.


I made a few attempts before I was happy with the result and when I was done I had a lot of embossing powder left. Since it was a mix, I didn’t want to put it back into the original jars, and therefore I decided to use it for another project right away.

I created a simple DITL card, by stamping, heat embossing and misting. Here, the powders are more randomly mixed, but I still love the effect.


Have a wonderful day!


  1. Marie Friant

    Love these cards!!!! They are so cute!!!!


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