Embossed hand plastering or European plastering: In this type of plastering, plaster with a thickness of 2 to 3 cm in an embossed form relative to the size that the pattern must be performed, is applied on the wall or ceiling by hand with a chisel. In the first step, the desired design has already been drawn on paper, and the same size as paper, the plastic design is placed under the design paper is pierced by a needle with a very small distance of 2 mm as a dotted line. After finishing the needlework, draw the desired design on the plastic pattern with eans of soft charcoal powder which is poured into a bag or a thin cotton cloth and the fabric is tied with a piece of thread so that the charcoal powder does not fall out, in order to the charcoal powder comes out of the holes of the needles and is printed on plaster. After that, by means of the chisel (leader), the desired flowers are left and are poured between the flowers, which is called canvas. After finishing the cutting work, the upside-down step is executed. In this step, the flowers are separated from the stem and leaves and the work is completely separated. After doing this step, the upside-down work is constructed. The beauty of the done work will bring great pleasure. Embossed plastering is commonly performed in luxury homes, palaces, exhibitions, grand halls, stucco capitals, mirror headboards, bed headboards, and many other exposed building locations.