I’ve been having so much fun using my Aqua Painter and the Indescribable Gift stamp set. I was playing around this morning with these items and decided to combine my Embossing tool along with some embossing powder and this is the card i came up with! I love how the embossed image resists the ink and keeps it white, Isn’t it so pretty and springy!!
I will be teaching this technique in my Embossing Class on Saturday March 28th from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm.
Cost for the Class is $50.00, and you get to take home your own embossing kit which includes:
Iridescent Ice Stampin’ Embossing Powder
4 Kraft Gift Boxes
Simply Wonderful Stamp Set
If you can not make it to my class but would still like to receive this GREAT deal please click the Paypal button below and don’t forget to include your Address so I can have it shipped directly to you.
Thanks so much for stopping and I hope you enjoyed today’s project.
As most of you know Stampin Up will no longer carry Blendabilities due to some major quality issues, you are probably saying “WHAT!! NO BLENDABILITIES!” I know, as a demonstrator it wasn’t very good news for my self as well as my fellow demonstrators, but I am here to say “Who needs Blendabilities when you have the Aqua Painter” yes the Aqua Painter, in my opinion, is better than Blendabilities, why? You ask, well because with the Aqua Painter you don’t have to worry about any of your markers drying out, you can use any Color Stampin Up Ink Pad you want! aaaand, you save space on your crafting counter for more great Stampin Up Products!! Whoo! Hoo! The possibilities are endless with this little tool. Below is an Easter Card I just created using the Aqua Painter. Isn’t it so Gorgeous?!?