- Made In Japan
- 9 Color
|305 Clear||306 Sparkle||307 Bridal||308 Pearl|
|301 Gold||302 Silver||303 Copper||304 White|
|Application||Uncoated paper, coated paper, vellum|
|Drying time||Heat embossing powder until it melts. It will take approximate 20 - 30 seconds using an embossing heat gun.)|
Melting time will vary according to the amount of powder and heat source used.
- Sprinkle embossing powder over stamped or drawn image. (Make sure to use ink that is appropriate for embossing.)Once heated, the powder will melt and the surface will rise.
- We recommended using transparent embossing powders when using colored inks.
- We recommend using clear inks (such as Emboss, VersaMark or Emboss Pen Clear) when using opaque embossing powders.
- When embossing use plenty of powder. Dust off stray powder with a brush and pour the excess into bottle for future use.
- Stamped images on non-porous surfaces may rub off if handled repeatedly.
An embossing heat gun is the recommended heat source for use with Emboss powders.
- Use caution when applying heat. Heat sources can cause burns.
- It is not recommended to emboss on textiles.
- Please do not use a hair dryer as the heat source.
Gold (gold metallic matte), silver (silver metallic matte), copper (copper metallic matte).
Opaque (Gold, Silver, Copper, White):
Stamp with Emboss or VersaMark, apply embossing powder and heat. We recommend using the same color ink and embossing powder for the truest color results.
Return excess powder to bottle, careful to not mix in any dirt or dust. If you are embossing multiple designs, you can dispense powder into a shallow tray and bring the paper / stamped image to the powder. Act quickly and apply powder liberally while ink is still wet.
Be careful not to overheat or burn the embossing powder.
Immediately sprinkle powder onto stamped image. Apply liberally so that powder adheres evenly.
＊Hint: placing your work on top of a larger piece of paper with a folded crease makes easy work of gathering and returning excess powder to the bottle.
Use an embossing heat gun to melt powder. When using a toaster oven, hold the paper with tweezers and heat until powder melts. When heating with an iron, stand the iron up, hold the paper with tweezers and heat the paper from the back (do not allow iron to touch paper.)
●Use caution when applying heat. Heat sources can cause burns.
Sprinkle powder evenly onto design and gently shake or brush off excess powder.
Clear (transparent), Sparkle (clear with silver glitter - best with dark colored inks), Bridal (pastel pearl with crystal lamé) and Pearl(pastel pearl)
Clear types (Clear, Sparkle, Bridal, Pearl):
Use colored inks with clear embossing powders on light colored papers. Clear inks can be embossed with clear embossing powders on colored papers for a two tone effect. Use plenty of ink and apply a liberal amount of powder.
If you are embossing multiple designs, you can dispense powder into a shallow tray and bring the paper / stamped image to the powder. Act quickly and apply powder liberally while ink is still wet.
Take care not to overheat or burn the embossing powder.