Note: This item is only compatible with power requirements that are the same as found in the United States and Canada. Consumers who purchase a different power source in any other part of the world will void the manufacturer's warranty.
Add beautiful dimension and contrast to your canvas when you use the Marvy Embossing Heat Tool (Model 2500). This tool provides you with faster, easier, and worry-free embossing. Try using it to puff up Liquid Applique, drying air brush art, and melting embossing powder. Features include:
Ok....so I'm kinda new to the card making and embossing technique. I had made some cards and thought I had bought the right materials for the stamping and glitter. My glitter wasn't sticking and it just turned into a HUGE mess. I looked at some posts on here regarding this tool. I ended up buying the Marvy Heat Tool this weekend and fell in love with it! It also helped that I bought the correct glitter or should I say embossing powder...lol! This tool is so easy to use. I wish I would have bought it along time ago. Not only did I use it to emboss but I also used it to remove some paper that I had adhered to a card previously and decided not to use. I just held the heat tool over the corners where the paper had been adhered with adhesive squares. The paper lifted right up with no problem. All I can say is this is one of the best tools I've bought.
Used in this card: Merry Christmas
I was new to embossing when I purchased this Marvy Embossing Heat Tool and was worried about how easy it would be to learn how to use and if I would know if it was working when I went to heat up my embossing powders. So, I got out my stamp, ink, powder and gun, stamped my image, sprinkled on my powder, turned on the gun and it was instantly hot when I hovered it over the image and it transformed in seconds! I was so amazed at how I could get the image right the first time and how I just switched on the tool and it was instantly hot and got the job done in the blink of an eye! The stand makes it easy to put on any surface while the Heat Tool cools down and is safe to use in virtually every environment. The gun doesn't get too hot and cools down quickly. Quick and sooo easy to use!
Oh Marvy heat tool, how I love thee. After struggling unsuccessfully to emboss for the first time with Carolee's Creations Hot Boss (which is apparently good for special effects but horribly ineffective for regular embossing), I bought this, used it and breathed a sigh of relief. Embossing is quick and effective with this tool, producing lovely results in record time. You can also use this to dry certain inks on certain materials, for shrinking shrink plastic & to impress patterns onto moldable stylus tips (heat the tip, press a stamp on it). Has a little stand so you can prop this up. Reasonably priced. This is such a great and reliable tool!
Used in this layout: Pike's Peak '05 (left & right sides) - SHCG Paper Ruffles Challenge
I have owned my Marvy Embossing Heat Tool for years and have never been disappointed in the purchase! The cord never tangles, it gets hot enough to do the job correct the first time, I love the little stand that props it up allowing air to flow around it once I am finished using the tool and more importantly it has given me years of great crafting fun. I would never want to be without mine. It allows the rubber stamper/crafter/scrapper the ability to emboss and quickly and I give it two hands up rather than two thumbs. High five Marvy!
I just tried embossing for the first time and after reading reviews for different heat tools decided to try the Marvy Embossing Heat Tool.
I absolutely love this tool! It's so easy to use, comfortable in my hand (I have arthritis so that matters a lot!) and heats very quickly. It also melted the embossing powder very quickly so it took no time at all.
I'm definitely going to be doing more embossing!
Used in this card: Graduation Card for My Son
I've had this little guy for years and it works just as good as on day one! It gets HOT and that's a good thing, it IS a heat gun! It looks lanky and cumbersome, but it actually works in your hand quite comfortably.
Use it to melt embossing powder, heat up a heat-activated glue pad, heat-set your ink, or even shrink heat-shrinkable plastic! You'll find tons of uses for it!
hi, yes wonderful tool, i waited for about a yea before i finally used it , i think i wa s afraid to use it on my cards, but did a few last year, and i did a christmas snowflake card in my cards gallery and it turned out really good.
i love it and am going to use it a lot more now that ihave a hook hung up and right by my work table here i can just grab it, i am going to use it on a layout of one of my dd.s so it will be posted this week end.
i have never done a layout with it but well i am now,
anyone who buys this heat tool, will love it i also bought two of my dd's each one for birthdays and they love it!
Used in this card: season's greetng
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