You will need a teflon hot sheet (I used one from Ranger), extra thick clear embossing powder (from Ranger or Stampendous), various colored embossing powders, an electric griddle, rubber stamps and some utensils. Once you have used the griddle and utinsels for this technique, they should not be used again for any food preparation.
After the deeply embossed pieces have cooled, you can make cards or mixed media or art with them.
On my second card, I masked the sides of a white card base with temporary tape and sponged the strip with light blue dye ink. Then I stamped Repeat Impression's Postcard background stamp before removing the masks. I created the hot air balloon as described above and stamped it with the same stamp while the embossing powders were molten. The large and small balloon silhouette stamps from Repeat Impressions do not have any detail as they are silhouette stamps. So I stamped them on chipboard, cut out, and applied several layers of beautiful colored embossing powders to them. While molten, I stamped each of them with the Metro Map stamp. Here is a close-up picture showing the great dimension of each of them:
I had so much fun going deep with this fun technique and Repeat Impressions stamps. I hope you give it a try.
I am entering these cards in the Anything Goes challenges at 613 Avenue Create and Cute Card Thursday.