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Silver & White Encrusted Jewels Sets

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Emboss your paper crafts with jewels & SAVE! These two 5-jar kits by Stampendous® both contain sparkly embossing powders and other shiny elements, each set in one color scheme. With a mixture of granular sizes from fine to chunky, you can create countless design elements and visual effects in card making, scrapbooking, and other paper crafts! Playing with these Encrusted Jewels is fun and easy, combining embossing, glitter and mica flakes into one amazing project. Try them on jewelry, albums, gift bags, and more—these sets are the perfect additions to your stamping supplies!

To use, apply VersaMark ink (link) to your project, then cover with an embossing powder (or mix two together), and tap off the excess. Sprinkle the mica or glitter, or both, over the embossing powder and heat with the heat gun from underneath the paper or cardstock to melt. As the embossing powder melts, it captures the mica and glitter, holding the pieces in place. Every creation will turn out a bit different—perfect for those artsy embellishments in card making, scrapbooking, papercrafting and more!

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• White Encrusted Jewels Set (link)
• Silver Encrusted Jewels Set (link)

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Part number: 5109717

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Comment Artistic, fun, and super easy to use. Love this product!
Submitted Tuesday, October 29th @ 05:47 PM

 

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