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Learn how-to emboss with an ink stencil in #TechniqueTuesday with Peg from Peg's Crafting Corner and then make her Embossing Ink Card.


  • Step 1

    Use your favorite stencils to create the perfect design for any project.

    Begin by cutting a piece of cardstock to the size that you will be using for your project.

  • How to heat emboss . Embossing Ink Stenciling Technique  - Step 2
    Step 2

    Place the paper in the tray or on the sheet of paper to catch the embossing powder. Tape the stencil down so that it will not move. It also helps to cover other open areas of the stencil so that they do not get embossing ink into them.

  • How to heat emboss . Embossing Ink Stenciling Technique  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Press the embossing ink pad onto the open area of the stencil. Be sure to completely cover all of the openings. Use the corner of the pad to get into any small spaces.

  • How to heat emboss . Embossing Ink Stenciling Technique  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Pour some powder onto the inked area and remove the excess.

  • How to heat emboss . Embossing Ink Stenciling Technique  - Step 5
    Step 5

    Melt the embossing powder using the heat tool.

  • Step 6

    It's now fun and easy to have the perfect embossed look for any project that you are working on!

    Be sure to see how to finish this piece in the tutorial entitled, " Embossing Inked Card."

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