Friday, August 26, 2016

VIDEO: Stampin' How To Make Copper Buttons -- Every Occasion Fall Card

I had so much for creating samples for the April On Stage Display Boards. I created this card to feature the new In Color Emerald Envy and some other new products, including the Copper Embossing Powder. (In hind sight, I should have embossed a couple leaves in copper.) Instead, I used the embossing powder in an unexpected way -- to change the color of the Classy Designer Button!
Stampin' Up! Every Occasions Layering Love fall autumn card + Video and tips for creating the copper button with embossing powder #stampinup www.juliedavison.com
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The technique is super easy, but I created a video tutorial just in case you prefer to see it done in person.


Stampin' How To Make Copper Buttons
  1. Cover the button (or any embellishment) with Versamark ink.
  2. Dip the inked embellishment in embossing powder and cover completely.
  3. Use a Paper Piercing needle or tweezers to hold the embellishment while you
  4. Heat the embossing powder with the Heat Tool until the powder completely melts.

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3 comments:

SpindleandDistaffCreations said...

How super cool is that! Love it Julie, thanks for the idea :)

Donna Baker said...

OMG What a great idea with embossing a button . The detail on the button just popped after embossing it , so pretty . I guess you can do this with any embossing powder or ink and versa mark to create the color of your choice on your button . Thank you for sharing .

Tonya Denton said...

I LOVE this idea! Thanks for sharing this wonderful technique!