Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel

Hi Everyone,
I hope you had a fantastic holiday weekend. The weather was beautiful this past weekend.....

Here's a tutorial on how to use Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel. Also known as UTEE.
Enjoy.



40 comments

  1. Thanks for all the great ideas, I'm definitely going to try the chipboard.

    PennyG

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  2. I love these tutorials. Keep up the good work!

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  3. Wow, I love your ideas, your video was great!
    I need to find some UTEE!
    Thanks for sharing

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  4. Thanks for this video, it is not one I have seen before but I will sure be looking for some utee now.
    Kim xXx

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  5. Thank you for the vedio. Will have to give this a try:)

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  6. Thanks for the great tutorial. I bought this product a while ago...now maybe I'll actually use it.

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  7. Great tips. I especially liked the result on the chipboard flower. Thanks.

    Barb Smith
    http://barbsmithdesigns.blogspot.com

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  8. Thanks so......much for taking the time to share. I love it. I am going to make that butterfly tonight!!
    Donna
    ladybug11156@yahoo.com

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  9. Great video!! I love the way the UTEE looked on the chipboard, have to try that!!!

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  10. I love it and it makes great looking embellishments!!

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  11. Who figures this stuff out anyhow?? Very cool! Thanks for sharing. PS-is there a way to remove the baked on UTEE from tweezers? Sheri :)

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  12. Great ideas! I've done the flowers but I'll be trying that butterfly real soon! Awesome!!! :)

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  13. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [01 Jun 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  14. Great tutorial. Never thought about using UTEE on flowers. I love the glassy effect. Thanks, Pam

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  15. WOW now I am going to have to give this a try. Thanks for the video. I learn so much from you.

    tinkerfeet

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  16. I just love your videos - thanks so much for taking the time. I really have learned a lot of great techniques from you!

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  17. Wow - what great tips. I now must have some UTEE. Many thanks!

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  18. Pretty cool.....I will have to try this......thank you for sharing...

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  19. Thanks again Christina for another great video. You have no idea how much all of these informative videos help me and I'm sure so many others too. Keep up the great work.
    Margaret

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  20. I saw a jar of this at Michaels but it looked like it was little jelly bubbles in the jar so I didn't buy it. Thank you for your video to explain it's uses to us. I love your videos.

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  21. What a wonderful tool. I love it. I'm going to try this, this coming weekend. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  22. I must get some UTEE! Love your techniques! I think you do a fabulous job on all of your videos, and I appreciate the time you spend sharing with us.

    Linda
    RavensFan

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  23. Love your videos! I am going to have to try this on a flower. I haven't tried that yet. It looks so pretty!

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  24. I love all the ideas. I have some UTEE and have only used it for watermark effects. Now I want to play and use some of these great ideas on my scrapbooking pages. Thanks so much!!

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  25. Thanks Chris, now I need to open the utee I bought 6 months ago,lol.

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  26. All wonderful ideas. this is a great way to 'dress' things up. Love you videos, especially love when you show techniques like this. Thanks!

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  27. Holy moly... I just finished flowers using your last tutorial and they turned out great... this UTEE powder looks like something I'm going to have to add to that darn wish list... Thanks Christina... another great video!

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  28. Thanks Christina, more great inspiration.

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  29. Thank you so much Christina! I love your videos. They are so helpful!
    Hugs,
    Linda

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  30. Christina,
    What a way to use materials we have in a new way! You're awesome.
    Thanks,
    Brenda

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  31. Wow! Thanks so much for showing so many ways of using the UTEE. I knew some but not all so it was a great help!
    Judie
    judeieshe@gmail.com

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  32. You are so inspiring. I am so glad that I found your Blog. Thank you!!

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  33. Thank you sooo much Christina!! I had bought the UTEE after your email but had not used it yet!

    Thanks for the different examples. I will be doing each one.

    Thanks again.

    Nicole T.

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  34. Great ideas and tutorial. I wondered what was special about UTEE. If you used enough layers would regular embossing powder give the same affects?

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  35. Thank you - I really did need to see this product used and I am glad I found time to watch your tutorial. Thanks so much!

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  36. Yup going to have to buy me some of that UTEE. Beautiful embellishments. thanks for the tip.

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  37. Thank you thank you thank you!
    Happy to google for this...love it

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  38. Now I have a really neat reason to pull out the heating gun again. I really liked the butterfly and I am going to see what other small punch ideas I can use to try and make earrings with. How difficult is the UTEE to punch out smalls holes on the project after it has cooled for jump rings? Thanks so much for your time in making these videos and sharing your ideas!

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  39. Love the ideas... may I ask where you found your tweezers? I have found similar ones but they don't look as useful as the ones you use in this tutorial. thank you

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