|Posted: 5/5/2013 1:11:19 PM|
Does anyone know if you can heat emboss (using UTEE) a larger area successfully? I have some larger potty people that are wood that I am putting on a heart to represent our family. The people are about 4.5x2.25 inches. I have painted them black but thought UTEE would give a little dimension. Any ideas?
Loc: Where the polar bears live
|Posted: 5/5/2013 1:17:50 PM|
Not a problem, I've used the technique on pictures larger than that.
|Posted: 5/5/2013 1:28:55 PM|
Sure it would work!
|Posted: 5/5/2013 1:43:17 PM|
thanks for the encouragement...are there any special tips I need to keep in mind?
Loc: the belly button of IL
|Posted: 5/5/2013 2:08:29 PM|
the good thing is that if you aren't happy with the result you could add more UTEE and reheat.
Loc: Aussie in SC. USA
|Posted: 5/5/2013 2:19:00 PM|
1st layer could be a little bumpy, but just reink and add more UTEE and it will smooth out, depending on what look you like.
|Posted: 5/5/2013 2:31:35 PM|You can also simply layer up regular embossing powders too!
On this page I added a bunch of layers of embossing powder then pushed a rubber stamp into it before it dried to get a fun texture on my chipboard tag.