It’s Write It Wednesday!
We’ve made it to the middle of the week! And it has been quite a long one so far, for me at least. Anyways, today I wanted to share where I have written a few names on the rice bags on my hot/cold packs on “Make It Monday.” I’m sure by the end of this post you will know what I have in store for tomorrow’s post but nonetheless, be sure to check back anyways. Let’s get started….
- Embossing Pen
- Heat Gun
- Embossing Powder
- Black & Decker Laser
- Cloth Bags
- Catch All for Powder
For the first bag I labeled it “Lavender.” I used my purplish embossing powder for the coloring. Here is a quick video showing my how-to for this one. Just be careful not to get the heat gun too close for too long, as it will start to ‘burn’ the cloth.
The second bag I made, was labeled “M-Grain.” For this one I used my blueish embossing powder for the coloring. Again, be careful not to get the heat gun too close for too long. For this color and my purplish one, it was kinda hard to tell if it was working or not which is why I let it go too long. Oops!
For my third bag, I labeled it “panaway.” I used my silver embossing powder for the coloring. Unlike the two above, it was easier to tell when the silver embossing powder was setting in, so the bag didn’t start to ‘burn.’
There you go, my three cloth rice bags with their names on them nice and pretty in calligraphy writing. Hope you enjoyed. Again please be sure to check back tomorrow for my final post on my hot/cold packs. You’re gonna love it! 😉
Have any questions about today’s project? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!