Make It Pop With Birthday Embossing Tools
Make it Pop with Birthday Stamps Embossing Tools.
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Here’s a fantastic way to dress up birthday cards, invitations, gift tags, cupcake toppers, tie one around a wine bottle as a gift, make napkin decorations, or whatever else you can think of.
It’s a simple and fun process. Watch the how to video below to learn how to do heat embossing.
I love to do this when I am giving a store-bought card. I simple glue or tape a previously made heat embossed Happy Birthday stamp impression and use it as an envelope seal. It ‘s that extra touch that makes the store-bought card fancy.
I usually like to heat emboss about 20-to 25 at a time; so that when it’s time to send or give a card, I just choose which one I want to attach to the envelope. It is so easy to do and so unexpected by the person receiving it. Gone are the days of the wax seal that you see coming through the mail. This is an excellent alternative with a similar look and feel.
Since I have so many heat embossed happy birthdays stamps on hand, I also use them to dress up a gift. For instance, take one of your embossed items, hole punch a corner, place a ribbon through the hole, and tie it onto a wine or champagne bottle. I have been known do this with a 6-pack of craft beer for the guy that love specialty beer. It’s a simple gift with a personal, thoughtful touch.
Here are some of the basic tools you will need for heat embossing your birthday stamps.
- Versamark clear ink
- Colored ink
- Embossing powder
- No spill tray
- Embossing heat tool
Check out the tools to get you started and explore a sampling of birthday stamps, ink colors, and embossing powders.
Enjoy – you can go wild with this one.