We're looking at the section "Chipped Enamel" in our book study of Tim Holtz's book "A Compendium of Curiosities" this week on NGS group. Apply clear embossing ink to a piece of metal. Press firmly into the ink pad.
Pour Distress Embossing Powder over the metal piece. If you have a small brad, use tweezers to hold the piece.Use a heat tool to melt the embossing powder, allow the metal to cool before touching.Once the metal is cool, chip off some of the enamel.
Here are my pieces assembled together.