All you need is
(optional) Double Stick Tape (like ATG)
(Optional)Embossing Buddy Powder
Embossing Powder - I'm using white
Crystal Lacquer, Glossy Accents or similar medium
The first thing I like to do is to add a bit of removable double stick tape to the back of the tile and press it onto my work surface. This way it holds it in place so it doesn't slip while you add the embossing ink.
Now that your tile is secured to your work surface, if desired, give it a swipe with your embossing buddy powder to ensure there are no oils from your skin on the tile.
Hold the doily tightly over the domino with one hand and tap the ink over the doily with the other.
Gently remove the doily lifting it straight up off the doily....don't slide it off or you'll smear your ink.
Sprinkle with embossing powders, shake off excess and heat to set.
Cover the embossed design with Crystal Lacquer or Glossy Accents to seal the embossing other wise it could flake off.
NOTE: I skipped this step as it would have taken too long to dry cause I wanted to show you my finished charm.... I applied the CL afterwards.
Here are just a few tiles I made...they are so addictive once you get started you'll have a tough time stopping ;)
String it up with your desired combo of beads, wires and charms!
Just in time for Valentine's Day!!
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be it flowers, sweets, a special dinner, etc. or simply post a comment about the charms.
It's up to you ~
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20 of these nifty RED bamboo tiles for your own!
You'll have until 2-11-13 to enter.
Good Luck Everyone!!!