what's new in store

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Embossing Techniques

HI there

Happy Chinese New Year to all my Asian friends....Another new year, more resolutions to make:

1. To clear my work desk.....yes, i cant find space to scrap!!!
2. To complete more pages...ooh i really have to get to work on more layout!!!

But, yes, to all my friends who have been asking me on Embossing.

Embossing 101

1. Use any rubber stamp or foam stamp with special embossing ink. Embossing ink takes a longer time to dry so embossing powder can slowly stick on the stamped surface. Pigment ink can also be used for embossing, but not dye inks, as dye inks dry almost immediately.

2. Scatter your favourite embossing powder onto the stamped surface and shake off excess powder which can be re-used again later.

3. Heat powder with either an embossing gun or a hotplate...I have ordered embossing guns but they were missing in transit. I will be re-ordering them again later.

4. You will see the powder melting into a shining surface.

For Glitter

The glitter i have in the store can be used to add some shine to your scrapbook layouts. They are not to be confused with embossing however. To use glitter, spread a layer of either clear or sepia inkessentials accents and pour glitter over the surface. Shake off excess.

Making Memories has brought in chipboards with sticky surfaces to be used with glitter. I will be bringing them in later. Do look out for constant new products!

Cheers and Happy Scrapbooking


Saturday, February 10, 2007

New New New

Hi guys,

I am back....have had a hectic past 3 months....will blog more bout that when I am ready! But anyway, a quick note before I zzz...we have new stuff....all new, I just downloaded them today...the adhesives are in and so is the wonderful and talked about Crop-a-Dile tool!!! Yes, this fantastic tool has like 8 in 1 functions, I love it so much I had to take one for myself!

This is what I got from the website, www.weronthenet.com.

"Unbelievable. That's what everyone is saying about the Crop-A-Dile, and it's no wonder-- even the creators of the tool are impressed with what it can do. The Crop-A-Dile is no ordinary eyelet and snap setter. It punches through chipboard like butter, and with 1/8 and 3/16 inch built-in hole punchers, it silently and easily sets snaps and eyelets of both sizes-- and there are no loose pieces to keep track of! You'll be amazed at what you can do with this great tool."

Go and check out the amazing project ideas!!! They are all there on the website! So till then, have fun!