Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Pearfect Embossing

Fran Seiford owner and founder of Stampendous, presents 35 years of experience with embossing powder to create a book featuring Techniques from A to Z. You’ll learn new and innovative techniques as well as brush up on the basics. Full color illustrations, printed in the USA, 104 pages.  

My card today featuring the Large Pear Stencil, uses Technique F- on page 24.

 Here is an up close look at the leaf and part of the pear.

If you need a heat gun to try these embossing techniques, Stampendous now carries a Wagner Embossing Heat Tool that is made by Milwaukee.  It's long lasting and durable with more power and precision than the kind you can buy in big box stores.   I have to say Milwaukee knows how to make a heat gun, I've had mine for over 10 years and it's still going strong!!


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12 comments:

Pam B said...

I love the look!

D.Ann C said...

Sweet! That heat tool has been on my wishlist for a while, glad to see Stampendous is carrying it!!

Karen Hasheck said...

OOhh- this is so pretty! I really need to get this book! Thanks for the chance to win it!

Team Clark said...

Nothing like a good clear coat! The pear is fabulous!

Viki Banaszak said...

I love the colors you used on this and the stamped design looks great and really emphasizes the design. The clear ep really makes it the focal point on this card.

barbara macaskill said...

Pretty colors and a fabulous card!! LOVE the finishing embossing! It really makes the Pear stand out! Definitely adding this heat gun to my wish list!! TFS!

Stampendous said...

LOVE, love that pear! Such a perfect technique on your card! Thank you for sharing your creativity this week!

Shari said...

Really nice! So much easier than trying to do glossy accents on a large area. ^_^ ♥♥♥

Mary Holshouser said...

the pear is beautiful.
Can't wait to get the details on all of these
techniques.
thanks for sharing.

Carol from La Crosse said...

This is another technique that I would definitely try. I doubt I could get mine to look as nice as yours though! Very pretty card.

Thanks for sharing.

Denise Bryant said...

So pretty! Love the colors and that pretty finish!

Sue D said...

"Pearfect" colors and I like the shine.