Today I want to show you how to fix white embossing powder mistakes on your handmade cards before you throw them out!! You won’t believe how easy and fast this tip is to save your card! Check it out in my quick video.
Yesterday, I shared a pretty card on how to use flower dies in your handmade greeting cards. But as I was making my sample, I almost had a disaster! I had made the ENTIRE card then went to photograph it and look what I noticed?
Does this ever happen to you?
I used new white embossing powder, thought I had enough Versamark ink on it and heated it the right amount of time. But look at all those little black areas showing through the white! Baaah!
Normally I would have thrown that one out and started from scratch! But I’m a bit short on time right now, and wanted to get a blog post up for everyone. And besides, the rest of the card was perfectly OK.
But then I had an AHA moment for a super simple trick with a tool I had handy!
Let me show you in under just about TWO minutes how you also can fix white embossing powder mistakes with this super simple tip!
How to Fix White Embossing Powder Mistakes
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Isn’t that fab? And it dries to a permanent finish! Bonus! No smearing or rubbing off.
Try It Yourself!
OK now you may not already have a white embossed card that looks like my ‘before’ sample. But if you do, give this trick a try and let me know how it works for you!
Maybe your ‘after’ card look a bit like this!
What Questions Do You Have?
Do you have any “mistakes” you run up against with your card making?
I just might have an answer that makes your card making just a bit easier and more fun! It won’t be for how to fix white embossing powder mistakes because we’ve got that one covered, but be sure to leave me a comment below and I will try my best to find an answer for you!