Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Bakery: 1

It has been so exciting to see what all you creative people out there are doing with Baked Texture, my new embossing powder for artists from Emerald Creek. My hope with these powders was that people would find non-traditional ways to use them. And you haven't disappointed. Here are some of the beauties I have come across online this week. Click each link to see more...



Jenny used Chunky Rust to create this textural tag. And in the technique video that follows, she shows how to use Tim Holtz's new Distress Resist Spray to create the effect.


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Claudia used each and every Baked Texture flavor to create a Baked Texture sample box filled with tester tags. As can be seen in her post, on the back of each tag is a sample of each powder on black, white and kraft colored card stock.


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Sandee used Patina Oxide, Deep Sea and Chunky Rust on the mug and, in a genius move, Vintage Beeswax on the pencil. Check out a surface detail below.


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Tracy paired two stamps from one of her new AALL and Create stamp sets with Vintage Beeswax. She created the center butterfly by stamping into a puddle of the embossing powder and the bottom butterfly by coating vintage paper. 


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Heather used all 7 of my new Baked Texture powders to create this incredible tag.


The texture she developed is spectacular and in her step-by-step video below, she shows how to use vegetable glycerin (yes) and other adhesives to create her magic.

24 comments:

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

What a wonderful array of projects. It's wonderful to see his fellow creatives have used your Baked Texture Seth. I am absolutely delighted you have showcased one of my designs. Thank you Seth for always being so supportive. Tracy x

Heather K Tracy | Thicketworks said...

Woo Hoo! Baked Texture is showing up everywhere...and boy, is it delicious! Such a treat to see the wonderful mix of applications here - these Embossing Powders are Magic!

Thank you for kindly including me in this gathering of Bakers! xox

Ann Barnes said...

Such wonderful examples of the baked texture in use! What an amazing product! The possibility is endless!

Sue Marrazzo said...

LOOKS GREAT Artists!
What great textures = )

Claudia N. said...

An amazing bundle of beautiful and inspiring mixed media creativity! Thank you for including me, Seth - I am so happy you like my sample tag container and I feel truly humbled to be featured alongside all of these fantastic ladies! xx

Jenny Marples said...

My goodness! What a bakery this is - and everything is good for you too - bonus! Blown away by what has been created by this lineup of incredible artists and privileged to be shared alongside them. Thank you Seth for working hard to bring us the materials we need to create art xx

Barbara said...

I only just discovered your art and your products through Heather from Thicketworks, but I am now obsessed! I am on the hunt because I "need" so much just to catch up! I'm also in NYC and I'm desperately trying to get into one of your classes.

Beth Perry said...

thanks for sharing all these beautiful artists and their works!

Linda M. Cain said...

Great job everybody! Can’t wait to get my collection of this amazing new product. ❤️

Jackie P Neal said...

Great pieces from everyone and looking forward to checking out the videos.

I was just reading more of the comments from last post, and this topic has really struck some nerves Seth. I wholeheartedly agree with Eric as I recalled my art teacher /nun in school,completely taking over my project and telling me "this is how it is done" and then telling me "Great job!" That was in ninth grade and the artwork was hers- so naturally she thought it was great! -I just got shivers recalling that memory- shame shame!
Jackie xx

Jackie P Neal said...

ps...digging the title of the post!

Fliss said...

These all look totally amazing and so varied in technique too.
Can't wait to get mine as it's been an absolute age since I ordered them and I soooo need them having seen these.
Thanks for sharing Seth xx

Pat said...

You must be delighted with these. Your creativity inspiring further crerations. Brilliant.

Jean said...

What stunningly gorgeous works of art. Wonderful inspiration for me. They rocked these powders

Marjie Kemper said...

Whoa, Nelly! That's one gorgeous collection of baked art. Fabulous projects!

rachel said...

These baked textures look awesome Seth - something else to try! Hugs rachel x

Shirley Henry said...

WOW WOW WOW!!! Lots of yummy baking goodness. :)

Lisa H said...

ohhh fabulous!!! I can't wait to get my hot little hands on the set of powders!

Hope Malott said...

I'm taking my vegetable glycerine top work in the studio tomorrow! thank you for the awesome Baked Texture tutorials!

Redanne said...

A pretty amazing line up Seth, thanks so much for sharing!

Nan said...

This looks like such fun to use! Mine are on order--can't WAIT!

Julia Aston said...

Just got my powder set - so it's good to see how to use them now! Great video Jenny! and lovely samples by the others!!

A Pink said...

Amazing creativity from all the featured 'bakers'. Thanks for sharing Seth x

Sara Barker said...

Seth, I have really enjoyed viewing this post and visiting the blogs and videos. What a fantastic lineup of creativity all in one place! I've just finished my first piece using these amazing powders, barely dipping my toes into this artistic texture powder pool, but I'll be back with a post at the end of the week delving deeper still as I explore the power of the powder. Oh, the potential! Wish there were more hours in the day to play!