An Irresistible Stamping Technique

One of the things I love the most about stamping/papercrafting is that it never gets old. There are so many techniques, images, papers, embellishments, and folds available to use when making cards that it is possible to cycle through them again and again without getting bored. Today’s tutorial is an irresistible technique that has been around forever and is like magic every time.

Emboss Resist Technique 3 Ways

Take a look at the video tutorial and download the pdf for reference to use when trying this fun technique.

Facebook Live replay – Emboss Resist Technique

Emboss Resist Technique 3 Ways

#1 – Basic White Cardstock + Clear Embossing Powder + Blending Brushes + Ink

  • Stamp image in Versamark ink on Basic White cardstock.
  • Cover with Clear embossing powder and heat set.
  • Use Blending Brushes and Classic ink to cover entire surface of cardstock with color.
  • Optional: stamp images over the background.
  • Use tissue to wipe ink off of embossed area.

#2 – Watercolor Paper + White Embossing Powder + Water Painters + Ink

  • Stamp image in Versamark ink on Watercolor Paper.
  • Cover with White embossing powder and heat set.
  • Create a pool of ink inside ink pad by pressing on the lid while closed.
  • Use Water Painters to watercolor over embossed image.
  • Dab excess pooled ink with tissue and let dry.
  • Use tissue to wipe ink off of embossed area.

#3 – Watercolor Paper + White Embossing Powder + Acrylic Block + Ink

  • Stamp image in Versamark ink on Watercolor Paper.
  • Cover with White embossing powder and heat set.
  • Ink one side of an acrylic block with multiple ink colors.
  • Spritz block with water.
  • Press block onto watercolor paper over embossed image.
  • Lift block and dab excess water with tissue and let dry.
  • Use tissue to wipe ink off of embossed area.

Product List

Versamark Pad

 

$9.50

 

Blending Brushes

 

$12.50

 

Water Painters

 

$13.00

 

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