{Tue} Technique: (Heat) Embossing Resist Technique

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Hello, Kraftie Friends!


If you saw the scrapbook page from Monday (if not, click HERE), there's a way to make your own resist paper using the (Heat) Embossing Resist Technique.
You'll need embossing ink pad (I use VersaMark), clear embossing powder, heat gun and a big flower stamp: 



Ink stamp with VersaMark and stamp on white carstock, sprinkle clear embossing powder and shake off excess. Heat emboss with a heat gun. Repeat several times, depending on how many flowers you would like on the cardstock.

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Another way to do it...instead of stamping the images separately, you could mask the first stamped & embossed flower, and repeat stamp-sprinkle-heat emboss overlapping the images several times.

I used Club Scrap Dahlia Art Nouveau unmounted stamp for the cards below (although, instead of masking, I just used a paintbrush to brush off powder from the overlapped images):



I also embossed a panel in black UTEE (ultra thick embossing enamel) for Club Scrap's April Technique Challenge: Faux Stained Glass. Then, I colored them with All-Purpose Inks and a little bit of Ink Potion no.9 (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko):



And these are the cards I created with the panels...


Card #1


Challenges:







Card #2


Challenges:
1. Club Scrap April Technique Challenge: Faux Stained Glass



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9 comments

  1. This is really a great idea. Thank you so much for entering your truly creative and beautiful art in our challenge this fortnight at Word Art Wednesday.
    Blessings, Carole

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  2. Thank you for linking up at WAW bi-weekly challenge - Thanks for showing us your Faux Stained glass creation which is so beautiful - I will have to make note and try this -have a blessed week - John3:16

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  3. Both of your cards are so pretty and I love the stained glass background. Thanks for entering your cards in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Cathie

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  4. Thanks for this instruction - it looks beautiful. I have to try this out :)

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  5. Two fabulous cards using such a fun technique. I especially like the black on the black card stock with these pretty colours. It really does look like stained glass! Thank you for playing along with Sketch Saturday this week. It's great to see you join in our challenge with this fun and lovely card! Hugs, Lesley

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  6. Oh these are both lovely, really love the colours you used for your papers, Thanks for sharing on Sketch Saturday this week, Love Hazelxx

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  7. Lovely cards, Lilian. Thank you for entering the first one to our April challenge at Rubber Dance ♥ Very cool resist technique!

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  8. Lilian, your stained glass cards came out amazing!! Love the colors!

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  9. Love the vibrant colours. Great technique. Thanks for joining the Rubber Dance challenge. Hugz

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! They make my day! =)

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