Or, how I turned Silver Mini Bells into gold.
It's really very simple! All you need is a VersaMark pad, Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder, a Heat Tool, tweezers (to save your fingers from certain doom), and Silver Mini Bells.
Grasp the bell (where you would run a string through) and press it firmly on the VersaMark pad. You want to roll it all around so it is completely covered with ink.
Now dip the bell in the Stampin' Emboss Powder. Make sure it is thoroughly covered with the powder.
Heat with a Heat Tool until the powder starts to melt, rotating the bell around to heat all sides.
Voila! You can do it with different colored embossing powder, too. Want Cherry Cobbler bells for your holiday project? Make 'em! Need a few Melon Mambo bells for a girly project? Make 'em! Your only limitation is the colors of embossing powder.
Now, don't you wish you had ALL the colors? (Pssst! You can order them from my Stampin' Up! website. Click HERE to shop!)
That is awesome!! What a fabulous idea!! Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tip! Love this idea.ReplyDelete
Seriously....first you convinced me to get the Glimmer Paper because I can color it, now I need embossing powders! Your enabling knows no limits!ReplyDelete
There you go again! You are so creative with coordinating your embellishments perfectly.ReplyDelete
Great idea, Cindy! I was thinking that the bead inside would be harmed, or the openings would close up. How cool that the bell part is still intact.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, they look great! It never even occurred to me to change the color... tfs!!ReplyDelete
So...very...AWESOME!! Thanks so much for sharing it!ReplyDelete
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Cool idea! Love your colored jingle bells!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the idea!ReplyDelete
Awesome idea!!! Thanks for sharing this!ReplyDelete
Oh my golly--another great idea! You rock, Cindy!ReplyDelete