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How could a Grandma (or any Mom) pass this up? Glow in the dark embossing powder. I was thinking Halloween cards. But now want to try it on some lighting bugs! ;) What Fun <3
Very easy to use and it does glow in the dark!
Love, love, Love! Makes the card glow
I just tried to use this glow-in-the-dark embossing powder recently, and maybe it's just me, but I didn't get the result I expected. I used embossing ink, poured the powder over it, heated with my heat tool, all as I usually do, and this powder only melted on about 1/3 of the project - the rest was still powdery and rough to the touch, and I figured I hadn't heated it enough, so continued to do so and scorched the cardstock. I heat emboss all the time with regular embossing powder, so I don't have a clue why this one isn't working for me.
So much fun to use and it works great!
Works great. Fun for kids cards
Bear in mind this powder is super awesome to work with, but when one is coerced by a 6-year-old to stamp "'glow" worms on her ceiling, it becomes hideous. She is ecstatic! And the power clings perfectly to Versa-mark. We had to use cling wrap to get it up there but it worked fantastically! We did heat treat but were very cautious due to the paint on the ceiling. I think it is more stuck to the Versa-mark than bonded with the heat. All in all, it looks good to me~
We will be using this again. I just hope it is less ewww?
This one always seems to be out of stock, so grab it while you can. I waited a while to get my hands on it and it was worth the wait. Looks great on cards, and adds a different twist you don't often find.
Used in this project: Glow in the Dark Effect
Fine powder allows for easy application. I had to apply two coats of the powder to give my project the look I was wanting. Creates a beautiful glow.
I haven't had the chance to use this yet, But it just sounds cool.
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