Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Stampendous Embossing Powders...What a Treat!

Sometimes you just want to add some extra shine to a project, and Stampendous embossing powders are the perfect way to do just that. I've created this cute spring treat bag using the House Mouse Designs® Jelly Bean Break as my focal point, and the new Stampendous Fitted Frames Dies for a more contemporary flair. A paper doily, buttons, and Hemptique cord are the finishing touches. Oh, and the jelly beans insert...but they won't be around for long...

Want details on how to add this wonderful chocolatey shine? You'll need to buy the NEW "Embossing Powder Techniques from A to Z", by Fran Seiford, CAO at Stampendous. I've used a modified version of Section X, beginning on page 72.

So break out all of those bottles of embossing powder that you've been stockpiling, and discover new ways to create with it!

A couple more of our talented team are sharing their versions of these great techniques.


barbara macaskill said...

What a cute treat bag!! I know I would love to receive one of these in my Easter Basket!! TFS!

Stampendous said...

Aw, this is a sweet treat bag. Love the chocolate twist of the egg. Thank you for sharing your amazing creativity with us today!

Viki Banaszak said...

Yummy!!!! This is so cute!

Unknown said...

Love this sweet treat bag! What a fabulous idea to use embossing powder to give your chocolate egg some shine. I will definitely have to check out that book. Thanks so much for joining us at House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge. Good luck!

Snoopy ​♥

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous gift bag! I love how you made the little chocolate egg look so real! the image is adorable and I just love the colours and the whole design, absolutely fabulous! :-)

thanks for joining us on the House Mouse and Friends Challenge
Lols x x x

Torrey said...

What a terrific idea, Pam! This is so, SO cute! Thank you for playing along with us at HMFMC! Now I gotta go find some chocolate.

Sue said...

Perfect little treat bag for Easter. Lovely colors and coloring of the sweet little jelly bean eater, look at that belly. Thanks for sharing with us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.