I’ve got a fun heat embossing technique for you today. It is so simple that you will wonder why you don’t use it with your heat embossing all of the time! It is a really great way to stretch your stash and make more out of your stamps, particularly your background stamps, texture stamps or pattern stamps. With this really simple technique you can make something unique to you but with still using something that everyone can buy!
For my demo of this technique I have made an art journal page but this simple mask and heat embossing technique can be used in your card making, painting and mixed media projects too. So I hope you have lots of fun with it and don’t forget that the products I have used are listed below the video and there is also a close-up photo of the finished page below too!
VIDEO: Simple Mask And Heat Embossing Technique – Art Journal Page
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Creative Stamps Background collection (I used Halftone Spots)
…Buy From CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)
Round brushes size 6
…Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Other bits and pieces you will need:
Paint spreader like a plastic card
You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.
Now if you want some help or ideas for using your MISTI, or other positioning tool, with your art journaling then I have a couple of videos showing you how I use it. One is the dragonfly art journal page and the other is the rainbow butterfly page. And I have another heat embossing technique to share also in the dragonfly art journal page video.
I really love this simple mask technique and you have seen me use it before like when I used it with paint to make an easy abstract art journal page. So I hope this heat embossing technique today gives you some more ideas on how to use simple masks! Let me know how you plan to use it next!
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