Embossing powder. Not something that usually makes your heart go pitter-patter. It’s a staple creative item that you may not think about all that much.
For the most part these powders are ground reasonably fine and melt to a smooth, even finish. Yes, ground… embossing powder is nothing more than ground plastic in the form of various sized particles. Colors vary and there can be some special effects. How finely ground the particles are affects how detailed you can get with any powder. Typically used with rubber stamps, the finer the powder the more precise detail you’re going to be able to achieve.
So interesting for sure, but it doesn’t set my heart to fluttering with excitement.
Until earlier this year when Seth Apter and Emerald Vreek teamed up and developed Baked Textures. Designed from the ground up to provide texture you can feel, these Textures are very different from most any other embossing powder you may have tried.
Throw away your ideas about embossing powders and embrace all that is wonderful about Bakes Textures!
Supplies For This Video:
Joggles Disc Bound Watercolor Journals (I used the 3″ x 4″ size for my swatch book)
Dylusions Stamps (the dots are from the Basic Backgrounds set and the mushrooms are part of the Doodle Parts set)