How To Use Embossing Powders With Hot Foil Stamps and Dies When working on some new demonstration ideas for an upcoming TV show, about the hot-foil dies that I created for Couture Creations, I stumbled across an old technique that worked well at creating a new no-foil style and wanted to share that with you.
Due to the amount of tiddly little dies that I have increasing, along with the ever decreasing work surface that I have to use I recently decided to take a punt and get myself the Gemini Go! from Crafters Companion.
I really enjoy using stamps and paints together. Also, in case you hadn’t noticed, this week has been ruddy cold!
When it comes to creativity, ANY two concepts can be smooshed together – so, when I looked back at the stamps from the project I made the other week, I noticed that there was a penguin, that also had a jumper sooooo – perfect! Read More »
Back in July the UK got it’s first taste of the GoPress & Foil system. Since then the team that developed it have come up with some new ideas for using the system and have therefore re-designed the system to enable us to do more!
I am therefore well excited to be bringing you version two of this incredible creative craft room tool via Create & Craft TV tonight!
I have even put together a little video to help explain the new ‘bits’.
In this episode of Gentleman Crafter TV, which was chosen by you, I will be showing you how to create an easy to make tiled window scene using the Stampscapes range of rubber stamps and some Stampbord tiles.
Acrylic paint pouring is making a big impact across the internet lately, however, there doesn’t seem to be a consistent recipe for success, the instructions aren’t clearly explained and the ingredients can be hard to find or are cost prohibitive.
My goal for this series of blog posts is to break the mystery surrounding this technique and make it accessible, easy and affordable.