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    • MYO Embossing Fluid

      Embossing fluid allows you to create a "rise up" effect on your images or stamps in your project. You can make your own inexpensive Embossing Fluid for your rubberstamping projects using these simple inexpensive ingredients.


      Simply combine the following in a small container:

      1 part glycerin mixed with 3 parts Alcohol

      Use as you would any embossing fluid. This mixture will dry quickly without leaving a "greasy" residue behind.

      Tip for embossing items on paper: Wrap a small board in aluminum foil, warm it by running a hot iron over it. (takes about 5 seconds!), set the paper on the warm board. It will raise and set quickly.
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        Do you still need to use the embossing powder with this?? Or does it rise up on it's own? Thanks.

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