VIDEO: Gina K Designs + Simon Says Stamp Exclusive! Embossing Glaze

Welcome everyone! I’m so excited for today’s release! It’s the Gina K Designs and Simon Says Stamp Exclusive stamp set Shimmering Snowflakes. This stamp set is available for purchase for a limited time exclusively over at Simon Says Stamp and only while supplies last. Gina’s snowflakes are always some of my favorites and if you love this set, I wouldn’t hesitate as hers tend to sell out quickly!

I’m sharing a technique today featuring the Shimmering Snowflakes but keep in mind you can use this technique with any sets you may already have in your collection.

My technique today is using Embossing Glaze to layer images on top of an ink blended and stamped background. It really creates an amazing look!

VIDEO

You can watch the video tutorial down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

Now you may ask, what is embossing glaze and what is so special about it? Well, embossing glaze is a translucent embossing powder meaning you can see through it. It provides a glaze or a tint of color over whatever is behind it. It can be used on its own but it’s amazing for layering.

I provide full instructions in my video so below I will list the main supplies used. Please refer to the video HERE for more details.

MERRY CHRISTMAS CARD

HAPPY HOLIDAYS CARD

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration! If you haven’t tried embossing glaze yet, I highly recommend it!

SUPPLIES

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One thought on “VIDEO: Gina K Designs + Simon Says Stamp Exclusive! Embossing Glaze

  1. Carissa Jo Workman says:

    Hi Mindy! New to your YouTube channel! I always saw your name floating around Simon Says and I really liked your card designs. I had no idea you had a channel! Your tutorial about using Distress Embossing Glaze came at the perfect time! I had just purchased some Distress glaze and was looking for some inspiration. I really like how you stamped the Christmas Greetings BG stamp then stamped and embossed the snowflakes in the different colors of Distress glaze. It’s quite a lovely effect! I can’t wait to try this technique on my own card creations! Sadly, I wasn’t quite quick enough to purchase that gorgeous stamp set.😢 I snoozed and I losed! ( ‘lost’ didn’t rhyme!)
    Anyway, thank you for all the hard work you put into your channel and sharing your beautiful talent!

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