What Is Heat And Stick Powder – Question Of The Week

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This week’s question of the week is: What is Heat and Stick Powder and How do you Use Heat and Stick Powder?  I’ll show you Heat & Stick techniques that you can do with products you may already have on hand.

Join me live this week Thursday night at 8:00PM EST on my YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp” where I’ll show you how to create the 5 cards I have shown and give you the tips and techniques on How to use heat and stick powder from Stampin’ Up!

Here is the link to the live class on Thursday night: https://youtu.be/8k75ID_rWV4

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This first card features the Art Gallery stamp set which has a two step stamp in the set.  A two step stamp set makes it super easy to create a beautiful card using the Heat & Stick and the Gilded Leafing.  You will notice there is a bit of gold leafing around the outside edge of the flower image cardstock.  I’ll show you how that was done as well as the gilded leafing on the flower itself.

I used the beautiful Go To Greetings for the sentiment on this card and it is hard to see but I embossed it using the Quatrefoil Tile Embossing Folder.

There is also a piece of the Distressed Gold paper under the real red cardstock layer.  The Distressed Gold paper is currently not available to order; it is set to be back in stock around January 9, 2023.   You could substitute with the gold foil sheets instead and get a similar look.

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You may notice the flowers on this card are from a technique I showed you with the ink refills.  This is a faux polished stone technique and if you missed that question of the week on what you can do with ink refills you can view all the details HERE.

I added a bit of gold to the faux polished stone using the Quatrefoil Tile Embossing Folder, the Versamark ink pad, and the gilded leafing.  I then punched out the flowers using the medium Daisy Punch and the leaves are from the Bough Punch.

The sentiment is from the Lovely & Lasting stamp set and that gorgeous oval die cut is from the Framed Florets dies.

I also used the Quatrefoil Tile Embossing Folder on the Highland Heather cardstock as well.

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It doesn’t look it but I used the Boughs of Holly Designer Series Paper for this card.  I also used the Whimsical Woodland 3D Embossing Folder with the Heat and Stick Powder and Gilded Leafing.  You will want to watch the magic when creating this card!  I have some great tips for using the heat and stick and gilded leafing.

The tag was die cut using the Designer Tags dies and the sentiment is from the Framed and Festive stamp set.  This exclusive stamp set is only available while supplies last or by January 4, 2023  whichever comes first.  As of this blog post it is currently still available and you will find it in the shopping list below in this post.  Just click on it and it will bring you to my online store.  Everyone who places an order with me before December 1st will receive the Upcoming New Mini Catalog and Sale-a-bration brochure plus a little gift from me in your thank you card.

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This card is so cute don’t you think?  I used the Christmas Scottie stamp set and the Artistic Mix Decorative Masks for this Heat and Stick technique pdf.  On this card I used Evening Evergreen but during the class I will be using Night of Navy; just wanted to switch things up.  I bet you didn’t think there were so many different ways to answer the question; How to use heat and stick powder from Stampin’ Up!

I’m having so much fun answering these questions of the week and I hope you are enjoying watching the video and learning all these new tips and techniques.  I will be needing some more questions to answer soon.  If you email me your question regarding a Stampin’ Up! product or how to use a product or a specific technique I’ll be happy to answer to the best of my ability and if I do use your question I’ll send you a pack of jewels.  I will need your snail mail address.

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This is the final card using Heat and Stick powder and it also features a retired product.  I brought in the Dazzling Diamonds Glitter for this fun technique.  I wish you could see this card in person as it is so glittery and sparkles so pretty.  I used the Peace to You stamp set and the Scalloped Contour Dies with the Stylish Shapes Dies as well.  I will also tell you that the Stylish Shapes Dies are not available to order at this time.  They are expected to be back into the warehouse around January 30, 2023.

I’m super excited to share all these techniques with you on Thursday night December 1 at 8:00PM EST on my YouTube Channel, the Stamp Camp.  Join me here: https://youtu.be/8k75ID_rWV4

Here is the Shopping List for These Cards on “What is Heat and Stick Powder”:

Click on any of the supplies you wish to purchase and add them to your shopping cart.  Make sure to use the Host Code unless your order is over $150.00 then you are your own host and will receive all the host benefits and my PDF File.

Don’t forget to use the Host Code: RMHH7AP3

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Click HERE to download the Project Sheet on What is Heat and Stick Powder and Ways to Use it!


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Customer Appreciation for November:

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The Customer Appreciation PDF file for November features the Fitting Florets Suite Sneak Peek of products.  You are going to love this PDF file this month as it has a compilation of cards from quick and easy to fun fold cards for every occasion you may have coming up.  It features both the Florets Bundle and the Framed & Festive stamp set.  The Fitting Florets Designer Series paper is just gorgeous and I just can’t get enough of this paper.  Maybe that is why I chose it for this month’s Stamp Camp At Home Card Club cards as well.  Club members who order the bundle and or stamp set from me save on shipping and tax but will also receive this PDF file.  If you are a club member and would like to get the bundle and/or the Framed & Festive stamp set; email me.

How do you get this months Customer Appreciation PDF file? 

Well I’m glad you asked; with the purchase of the Fitting Florets Suite or the Framed Florets Bundle you will receive the PDF file for these 9 gorgeous card.  The PDF File is a download that you can save and print.  To see the list of the supplies you will need to create all 9 cards; click HERE.  The next thing you would need to do is click on any of the supplies listed that you would like to purchase; yes it is just that easy.  Once your order comes through I’ll send you the link to the 9 Fitting Florets PDF File.

Please use the following Host Code when placing your order: RMHH7AP3

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Also, if you haven’t already make sure to check out my Buyers Rewards Program and print off your slip and start tracking your purchases for FREE stamp set(s).

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Did I answer your question on What is Heat and Stick Powder?  Do you now know how to use heat and stick powder from Stampin’ Up!
Have a Great Day and Happy Stamping!

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4 thoughts on “What Is Heat And Stick Powder – Question Of The Week

  1. Diana McCall says:

    Wow! You have amazed me with the Heat and Stick powder. Thank you for showing so many beautiful examples.

  2. Mary C Wagner says:

    OH MY GOSH! This presentation has me gobsmacked with excitement to make these five cards. Using the Heat & Stick Piwder has soooo many variations in cards! Thanks so very much for sharing this technique, and numerous other tips, to your fellow crafters!!! I’ve subscribed and hope to get to know you better in the future ??????????????

  3. Glenda says:

    Thanks so much Mary! I love your enthusiasm and I can tell you have a passion for paper crafting. I appreciate you following my blog and for leaving me a comment.

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