Cricut Stencil Material and Heat Embossing on Vellum

Hey Everyone!  Today I tried several new things to create this quick and cute card!  I think you may learn a thing or two – I know I learned by doing today, so hopefully that will be the case for you, if not, hopefully you’ll get some inspiration to try something or somethings new yourself!  Share what you learned by just trying! :)

In this video:

  • Provo Craft Cricut Cuttables Stencil Material
  • Kraft Cardstock
  • My Minds Eye Home Collection Paper
  • White Gel Pen
  • Ranger Wood Embossing Powder
  • Heat Gun Tool
  • Stamping Solutions Cricut Cartridge
  • Couture Cardstock Vellum
  • Fair Maiden Stamps from Sassafrass Lass
  • We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper
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**A “Step” I missed in this – is releasing the Distress Embossing Crystals. When you finish heat embossing and the powder cools – you need to run your fingers over the embossing to “release” some of the excess that doesn’t melt on purpose to give you that distressed look. Sorry I missed that!!!!!! :)

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

Comments

  1. Jeanette says:

    Love the natural kind of card stock. I haven’t embossed on velum yet, will have to give it a go!
    TFS :)

  2. cindyb says:

    Wow, loving that Smootch spray! I can’t wait to see that in my LSS! Great card!
    CindyB

  3. peggy1 says:

    That was nice.

  4. Connie says:

    Hadn’t seen the Smootch spray yet. Looks like a fun thing to have. Thanks for sharing!!!

  5. Coreen says:

    I just recently discovered your online tutorials and love them. This is a very cute card and I will probably have to get the corner chomper!

  6. Marlou F. says:

    I enjoyed seeing the new products in action. That was fun!

  7. Marilyn says:

    Megan, thank you again for sharing your wealth of knowledge!! Marilyn

  8. Carrie Krumm says:

    cute card! do you have an anti static pad? work great for embossing powder. doesn’t get anywhere except on the versamark. I use a bounce sheet. Best thing I have ever found. No more loose bits of powder on my paper. Just a hint you could try!

  9. Linda says:

    Love the colors. New techniques for me. Fun to watch.
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

  10. Michelle says:

    i didn’t think you could emboss vellum – thanks! can’t wait to try this!

  11. Patti B says:

    Just got my Gypsy for my birthday yesterday and am so excited. Now I have a new thing to try with the stencil material. Thanks for the new technique. I like the Kraft paper look also.

  12. Lori K says:

    I never thought of embossing on vellum before, but it seems to work well so I think I may just go ahead and give that a try!
    Thanks for the great ideas!

  13. Milly D says:

    Nice card.The embossing looks great, The Smooch
    Spray looks interesting. Really love the stiching effect, it really enhanses the crown.Thanks for sharing.

  14. Super Cool card! I just love the Smooch spray!Thanks for another great video.

    Roxx.T

  15. A “Step” I missed in this – is releasing the Distress Embossing Crystals. When you finish heat embossing and the powder cools – you need to run your fingers over the embossing to “release” some of the excess that doesn’t melt on purpose to give you that distressed look. Sorry I missed that!!!!!! :)

  16. Wow! Thanks for sharing some new techniques on film for us!!! Such a cute card!!! Love the faux stitching on it!!
    Hugs!

  17. Wanda says:

    Very interesting and looks great. TFS

  18. BethAnn says:

    Fun card, and now, of course I want a corner chomper! Thanks for the ideas. BethAnn M

  19. Amy Yoder says:

    Great card Megan! I am loving that smooch spritz!

  20. Mary Ann Huntington says:

    I like that card. It’s a great “man” card. Thank you for all the good ideas.

  21. I loved the video Megan. AND the card is so adorable. thanks for sharing all of your ideas.

  22. Kar-Lyn says:

    Does anyone know where you can purchase this smooch spritz spray shown in this video?? I’ve been looking for it and haven’t had any luck!

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