Here’s how: mist some watercolor paper and daub on your background colors, blending as you wish. When dry, lay down a sheet of Stitch Witchery fusible webbing (it has heat-activated stickiness on both sides and is used for interfacing on clothing) onto your background and hold it with an alligator clamp. Heat until it melts, becomes lacy and almost clear, firm and shiny.
Now dump on a load of embossing powder, tap off the excess, and heat until the powder is melted. I found great results for this second step by putting this in my toaster oven where there was no blast of air to blow my powder off. I put my rack to its lowest position, set my oven to broil/toast, left the door open, and with no distractions permitted, watched like a hawk for the 30-or-so seconds it took. GORGEOUS!
Cardstock: Generic Mulberry Linen, White, Dull Silver, Marcos ChampionBenefit Cover Ribbed White, Watercolor paper
Stamps: Starving Artistamps Ball Fringe stitched border, Appaloosa “Destiny”
Inks: Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst Dauber Stains Amaryllis Burgundy,
Sweet Violet, ColorBox Frost White, Gelly Roll Clear Star
Emb Powder: B’Muse Deep Indigo, Judikins Opaque White
Dies/Punches: Memory Box Grove Branch, Cheery Lynn Hummingbird, Spellbinders
Deckled Rectangle Small
Doo Dads: Burgundy crystal for the bird’s eye, deckled scissors, 1/8” corner rounder,
Stitch Witchery Fusible Webbing