Emboss Resist Technique and the Lucky You Inspiration Box
Hello everyone! Thank you for stopping by today for some Saturday inspiration. This is Daniel West here with a card I made using multiple emboss resist technique. This technique utilizes clear embossing powder to trap layers of color, on top of the other to produce a finished card panel with stamped images of different shades. The process goes like this:
- Stamp a card panel a few times with an image in clear embossing ink and emboss the images with clear embossing powder.
- Use an ink blending tool to add a layer of one shade of ink over the embossed images and wipe away excess ink from the embossed images.
- Repeat this process, each time adding a darker shade of the same color family.
I used the four leaf clover from the stamp set in this month's Inspiration Box and different green surface inks: Jurassic, Grass Stain, and Cabbage.
Then I inked up a piece of card stock with more Jurassic Ink, dried it and embossed the horseshoe image with gold embossing powder on it. I fussy cut the horseshoe image out and set it aside. Then, I embossed a sentiment on another strip of cardstock I had inked up with Jurassic Ink using some green and gold embossing powder I had in my stash--but you can use Emerald Embossing Powder.
I adhered the horseshoe to the sentiment strip and popped it up on some foam tape onto the front of the panel. Then I popped up the entire panel with foam tape onto an A2 size card base made from Neenah Solar White.
I added some gold half pearls from the Inspiration Kit to finish off the card.
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Thanks for spending some time with me today and remember to create your own ending.