October 09, 2012

Melting Pot Madness - Robi Creates

I blame my friend Gaby for getting me interested in the whole melting-pot thing. I have been experimenting a LOT and so far I haven't blown up anything or melted anything that I did not intend to melt.

I have been using UTEE and mixing it with various colours of embossing powders, including glittery and chunky: I also added fine gold glitter to the pot.

I have gone from pouring the liquid onto a mat and pressing a stamp into it to pouring molds and creating embellishments and pins! (in just 2 days).

The variations in colour is achieved by any of the following: embossing powder, glitter, and/or alcohol ink applied to the cooled mold.

What did I use? UTEE and a melting pot (Ranger), embossing powders in gold and lavender  fine gold glitter, rubber stamps, Stazon ink, Glossy Accents, Ranger inks

 I think they are so pretty. I find mixing the colours and varying the stamps is very exciting.

embossing powder
works best on non-porous surfaces

UTEE - Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel by Suze Weinberg.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Blame me... little ol' me. I love what you did!

  2. Yes, I do blame you! Thank you for being so generous with your supplies:)

  3. Roberta: Love your pieces! I have a pot and "dip" stuff all the time but never did any molding or using of glitter! You have inspired me to pull that down on the weekend and give it a try! i normally dip flowers, leaves and do the cracked glass technique with stamped images. Love the butterfly you made!

    1. Hi Winnie. Thank you very much. Did you make anything yet?


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