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Audreyrose 12-30-2008 09:16 PM

Glaze Look
I discovered something that reminds me of glaze, very shiny:clap:. I was coloring some images eith gel glitter pens, before the image dried I put clear embossing powder on it (the great clear ep from Stampo;)). I then heat embossed as usual and the effect was great! It sure looked like a bit of shiny glaze to me. Just thought I would share!

Stampo 12-30-2008 10:17 PM

Great invention, Audrey!

Fliss 12-31-2008 04:59 AM

:wave:Hi! Ms. Audrey, good to see you back here!

Thanks for the great tip, I will have to order some of this magical clear ep from Stampo when I have finished playing!

stampin stacy 12-31-2008 06:34 AM

You can use anything "wet" as a base for EP powders and gel pen has to dry so...

There is an erasable pen on the market that even works if you do it quickly. Actually if you preheat your surface you can do it without any ink at all. Really works, I've seen Mary Jo McGraw do it many times. Try it next time you are altering something made of metal. I did that and then pressed a medallion type stamp into the ep, look really great. I even heated the center again slightly and then press in a glass pebble and it stayed put. You do have to be careful you don't heat too much and lose the stamped impression though.

JadeBuddah 12-31-2008 07:55 AM

Cool tip! Muchas gracias.

KraftyDiva 07-20-2009 08:21 AM

Neat idea. Thanks for sharing

Deb Lovett 07-20-2009 10:08 PM

This sounds wonderful. Can you show us your image? I/we 'd love to see it!

Audreyrose 07-21-2009 09:18 PM

Hi Deb come ot my blog site and you will see many of them. Almost everything I do with gel glitter pens I do the heatembossing ieth clear embossing powder. I have a terrible time loading work on this site. Take alook around if you have any questions feel free to ask or pm me!

Deb Lovett 07-21-2009 09:24 PM

Thanks, Audrey. I enjoyed visiting your blog, and your cards are great. Thanks for sharing your glaze technique.

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