One piece of copy paper folded in half, Wet Looks Embossing Markers, clear embossing powder, a heat gun, and a digital stamp. I chose S2g's Sheep and Bird.
Pour some clear embossing powder into the lid of the container.
Sprinkle embossing powder over the part of the image that was just traced.
Gently tap the edge of the card, allowing the excess powder to fall on the copy paper.
Continue tracing small areas, applying embossing powder, and shaking off the excess until the card is embossed in the desired amount.
This is what the image looked like when it was covered in embossing powder. The line that the pencil is touching was not embossed.
When all desired areas have been covered in embossing powder, hold the paper so that the excess powder collects in the center on the fold.
Having folded the paper at the beginning of the process makes it so easy to pour the excess embossing powder back into the container when finished.
Now for the actual embossing. Hold the heat gun approximately six inches from the image, and using a circular motion, heat the image until it has a glossy finish. The part of the image that looks powdery has not yet been heated.
Here is a close up of the embossed image after it has been heated.
If you want to add more, it's not too late! I colored in the wool around the sheep's head, added more embossing powder, and heated it.
After embossing, I colored some areas with Copic Markers, and filled in the rest with "Fluff" mixed with glitter. Next time you want to emboss, try this technique! You'll be glad you did!