I was working on a “golden” anniversary card, and having a hard time deciding: gold glitter paper, gold foil paper, brushed gold paper, glittery gold embossing powder, or plain gold embossing powder.
In the course of trying out combinations, I tried something I’d never done before, which was heat embossing on glitter paper. You can see the result above!
In case you can’t tell, the glitter coating on top of the paper is embedded in/on what’s probably a plastic film. When you heat it, it melts, bubbles up from the surface, then starts curling up and shrinking in on itself. The card stock underneath is a yellowish color, although the reverse of the paper is white.
It’s always interesting to see how a “new technique” will turn out. This isn’t one I ever plan to duplicate! Yuck! lol