Scented Embossing Powder

Hello, all!  It’s Sue again and I’m going to share a fun video tutorial with you today – how to make scented embossing powder!  I used the Symbols stamp set and created a raspberry scented “scratch & sniff” stamped image for my card.

This is a quick and easy project, and so fun to try it with a child!

You can use this scented embossing powder with any bold stamp – that is, one with a relatively solid stamped area, for a better “sniff” factor. :)  Here are some examples of stamps that you could use:

Wishing You Sunshine:

Back to the Basics:

All Year Round:

Click below for the tutorial:

Note:  If the video does not play on your browser, try watching it directly on YouTube here.

The video includes a list of required items, but for easy reference, I’ll include them here:

You’ll need:

  • cardstock for project
  • stamp
  • acrylic block
  • Tsukineko Versamark ink
  • heat tool
  • clear embossing powder
  • sugar free powder (Crystal Light, Kool-Aid, cocoa, Jell-O, etc)
  • bowl
  • mixing spoons
  • scrap paper (optional)
  • small artist brush (optional)

And there you have it! Easy peasy!

Thanks for watching!

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  1. Loved the tutorial Sue. Great idea! I have some peach raspberry sugar free powder that I’m going to try this technique with.

  2. Janet Zeppa says:

    Yay Sue!!! Awesome job with the video and hat a fun technique. :)

  3. jaine says:

    Wow that’s so cool. Loved the tutorial Sue, when’s your next one? Wouldn’t that be great at christmas time with cinnamon powder. Ooo the possibilities. ;)

  4. marsha. says:

    Wow Sue! You sound like a professional presenter! Great video and awesome project!!!

  5. Allison Cope says:

    Fabulous Sue! Who knew that you could make your stamped images smell! Awesome!

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