Next, coat the surface with clear embossing ink, Perfect Medium, or VersaMark ink and coat with clear Embossing Enamel (UTEE or Opals), heat to melt embossing enamel(EE). While the EE is melted sprinkle on another layer of EE and heat. Repeat one more time and let cool completely.
Coat the cool surface with clear embossing ink, Perfect Medium or VersaMark ink and lightly brush on Perfect Pearls.
Julia instructs us to sprinkle EE on top of the Perfect Pearls layer and begin heating from a distance so the embossing powder won't blow away. I decided to lightly heat the Perfect Pearls layer to melt the EE that was already there, then sprinkle on more EE and heat. Remove the heat and immediately spray with water to pit the surface.
Here's the piece finished:
And on an angle, I don't see the pits, maybe it's because I used Franklin Opal instead of UTEE.