Come Craft With Me!
We are going to play with the CTMH Embossing Pens and the Glue Quill Pen.
I am eager to find out how the Glue Quill Pen holds up to the Heidi Swap Pen that I did a post on previously. I cannot wait to get some embellishments ready to use.
You can use these pens without an electronic cutting machine, but my handwriting is TERRIBLE, so I used my machine to create the images. If you have good handwriting the same techniques could be used freehand or even with a stencil.
Close to my Heart Embossing Pens (click here to buy)
Glitter (you can buy glitter anywhere you would like)
Minc (click here to buy)
Embossing powders (click here to buy)
Heat Tool (Click here to buy)
I have had the Close to my Heart embossing pens laying around outside of their packaging for at least a year and a half and never have used them. I got concerned of them drying up but guess what, they are not dry at all!
I have also had the Glue Quill pens for around 6 months but they are in the original packaging and unopened.
CTMH embossing pens
The pens come in a pack of 3 different widths. I used the fine tip for this project.
I used the embossing pens in my Cameo 4 machine with the pen holder to draw out the images I wanted to emboss with the Pen.
The embossing ink came out steadily without any additional pressure. I simply put them into my pen holder and they drew perfectly the very first time!