From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Narelle Farrugia ( @narellefarrugia ): “To create an elegant background for your projects, ink up a stamp with Versamark and randomly stamp the image on Vellum. Sprinkle on some White Embossing Powder, tap off any excess and heat up the images with your Heat Tool. An embossed background gives texture and adds a wow effect to any project. Use coordinating stamps from the same set to finish off your card. Swipe left to see some finished projects.” #ADTtipsandtricks #stampshandmade
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From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Narelle Farrugia ( @narellefarrugia ): “To create an elegant background for your projects, ink up a stamp with Versamark and randomly stamp the image on Vellum. Sprinkle on some White Embossing Powder, tap off any excess and heat up the images with your Heat Tool. An embossed background gives texture and adds a wow effect to any project. Use coordinating stamps from the same set to finish off your card. Swipe left to see some finished projects.” #ADTtipsandtricks #stampshandmade



From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Narelle Farrugia ( @narellefarrugia ): “To create an elegant background for your projects, ink up a stamp with Versamark and randomly stamp the image on Vellum. Sprinkle on some White Embossing Powder, tap off any excess and heat up the images with your Heat Tool. An embossed background gives texture and adds a wow effect to any project. Use coordinating stamps from the same set to finish off your card. Swipe left to see some finished projects.” #ADTtipsandtricks

From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Narelle Farrugia ( @narellefarrugia ): “To create an elegant background for your projects, ink up a stamp with Versamark and randomly stamp the image on Vellum. Sprinkle on some White Embossing Powder, tap off any excess and heat up the images with your Heat Tool. An embossed background gives texture and adds a wow effect to any project. Use coordinating stamps from the same set to finish off your card. Swipe left to see some finished projects.” #ADTtipsandtricks

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