Love Heat Embossing Ideas For Handmade Cards?

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You will want to add this pretty project to your heat embossing ideas file!

Today’s addition to great heat embossing ideas for floral cards comes to us as a bonus project from Allison and we are so excited to share this with you. This card is just so soft and ethereal but you know the design will last forever thanks to the power of heat embossing. Let’s check it out!

Allie loves the soft look you get from heat embossing over colored card stock and then using pencils to color in the images. This card shows that off perfectly! She started by stamping our Small Daisy Bouquet #2 with Versamark onto some soft lavender card stock and heat embossed it with white powder.

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She then colored in her flowers and foliage with her colored pencils – crayon pencils in this case. Chalk pencils would be stunning, too!

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She cut this panel with a die from our Nested Rectangle With Pierce set. While she had her machine up and humming, she used our Nested Circle Small Stitch die set to choose a circle for her sentiment and cut it from a scrap of white card stock. Then she stamped her greeting from our Best Friend set onto it, punching a tiny hole with a hand punch at the top and bottom.

She threaded some gold thread through the holes, adhered her sentiment to her embossed panel with some foam squares and then adhered the ends of the threads to the back of the panel. All that was left to do was adhere her beautiful assembly to a card base!

Here are the  items you will want to take out or add to your cart to reproduce this gorgeous card.
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If you love heat embossing ideas and coloring, then this is a project you will want to make over and over. Stamp and heat emboss a stack of panels and grab your favorite coloring medium and color away the afternoon!

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