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Harlequin – Donna Salazar Designs & Emboss Gloss Embossing

Isn’t this year just flying by, I swear the years are going quicker and quicker each year.
Hi there, Michelle back again with another layout created using more gorgeous Donna Salazar products with a simple Emboss Gloss tutorial tip.
I was lucky to snap this gorgeous pic of my DD Leonii as she was going to a fancy dress party. I created the frame in photoshop with Digital brushes from HERE
I have used the Spellbinders Bitty Blossoms to make these flowers.
Emboss Gloss – Embossed Title Tutorial
The Emboss Gloss stick is perfect for embossing small Alphabet Stickers. You can get a gorgeous range of colours in the Mix’d Media Embossing Powders. So the possibilities are endless, you can change the colour of any lettering to suit your projects.

To complete this tutorial you need and Emboss Gloss Stick & Mix’d Media Inx Embossing Powder. A sheet of Alphabet stickers and a heat gun. And tweezers are handy for doing this technique too.

Step 1: Using the emboss gloss wand paint over the letter that you want to change the colour of.
Try staying inside the lines of the alphabet stickers with the Emboss Gloss as this makes it easier to remove the sticker after you have embossed it.
Step 2: Sprinkle the embossing powder over the Emboss Gloss.
Step 3: Heat set the embossing powder with a heat gun.
Step 4: Use you tweezers to remove the letters to add to your project.
Easy Hey! 

Embossing Powder:


Other:Basic Grey Alphabets
Green Tara Sprays

Helmar Tiger Grip
Scrapbook Adhesives: 3D Foam Squares
Double sidded tape

Thanks for dropping by!
Have a great day!
Michelle xx



your LO turned out beautifully Michelle….love the colors and the great photo! xxx
ps..thanks for the tut!


I am so glad I read this post! I’m thrilled to learn there’s such a product as Emboss Gloss, for one thing! The 2nd thing is that I love the idea of embossing letter stickers that aren’t the color you want!

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