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Embossing Paste - Matte Black

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Embossing Paste - Matte Black

by by Cre8tive - Embossing Paste Embossing Date Added: 13 August, 2006

Embossing Paste Embossing - This idea will show you how easy it is to use the embossing paste. The results are really professional raised images which have a great texture once dried.

You will need:

Embossing Paste

Brass Stencil

Pallet Knife


Pick some of the embossing paste from the pot using the back of the pallet knife.
Spread the paste over the stencil, you can be generous as you will be returning any excess to the jar. Hold the stencil still or if you prefer use magic tape to hold it in place (magic tape can be peeled off afterwards, unlike sellotape)
Once you have covered all areas of the stencil scrape off the excess by holding the pallet knife at a 45 angle and dragging across the stencil. Return the excess to the pot.
Carefully remove the stencil lifting at one side. Wash the stencil immediately in cold water.
Leave to dry for several hours. Once fully dried it can be trimmed and made into a simple but very effective card.

Hints and Tips:

  • For this design I have not worried if some of the paste went over the edge of the stencil as I knew I was going to trim it close to the design. If you want to keep the cardstock around the design clean tape some scrap paper to the edges of the stencil to stop the paste from getting through.
  • If you wish to mask certain parts of your stencil you can use tape over the unwanted sections to prevent the paste going through.
  • If you leave the stencil for too long and some of the paste dries on it you can clean it with white spirit and cotton wool. Place the stencil on a flat surface and rub the dried paste to avoid bending the stencil (you may need to use quite a lot of elbow grease if it has really dried!!)


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