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Emerald Creek Embossed heart and shoe

I was lucky enough to try out some amazing embossing powders from Emerald Creek this month with Altered Pages. I went for the darker tones in the Allure powders and they are 'Awesome' So beautiful. I got to creating a couple of things with the 'Onyx Frost' and wow did I have fun !
I began by using a wooden heart shaped pendant. I covered it in Versamark clear ink and then covered it in the Onyx Frost embossing powder.

I repeated the process four times allowing the layers to cool in between each application.
On the fourth layer I got a patterned acrylic stamp (from my stash ) ready and then inked and embossed the last layer. I did not wait more than 5 seconds then pressed the stamp into the warm embossed surface. I held it there for around thirty seconds and lifted it away leaving the gorgeous pattern imprinted on the heart.
After I finished embossing I decided to dust with mica powder and then added some Stickles glitz to the finished item. I attached a silver chain and now I have a gorgeous piece of jewelry.


In addition to the heart, I had made a little shoe from air dry clay and I decided that the gorgeous Onyx frost would make a really glam finish. I embossed the shoe and added some lace and stickles. 
Both of these projects were created for the Altered Pages Blog in association with Emerald Creek. Go check out all the gorgeous products available.


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