Fun with Magic Speckle by Anita ScrogginsÂ
Hi, everyone! So many looks can be achieved with this one product that Iâ€™d like to share some unique looks with you.Â
I wanted a marbled look on my chipboard, but I wanted a thick, heavy coating too. Magic Speckle is a perfect product for this look. I found that using a lighter EP for the base coat with a darker EP for the second color worked best for me. Here is how I used it.
1 light color Embossing Powder
1 dark color Embossing Powder
Step #1. Heat emboss your chipboard using VersaMark and light color EP.
Step #2. Apply VersaMark again, lightly sprinkle with dark color EP and heat emboss.
Step #3. Apply VersaMark one more time, coat chipboard with Magic Speckle and heat emboss one last time.
If you don't want an all over pearl effect like I have here, you can use a lighter coat of Magic Speckle. For this piece I sprinkled Magic Speckle randomly over my piece, and I love how you can see the individual specks after they melt!
Â Since I was playing around with the Magic Speckle, of course I felt the need to put it on everything within reach to see what would happen! First up I tried it on flowers, I inked the edges with VersaMark, dipped them in Magic Speckle and heated. They look almost painted which is pretty cool.
Next up, I tried it with Tear-ific Tape. I applied tape to the edge of my paper, punched the edge, applied a heavy coat of Magic Speckle and heated. I LOVE how this turned out.
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