Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Marbled and The Colour Resist Technique

I do enjoy using the colour resist technique and I have found that the gorgeous large Marbled background stamp is perfect for demonstrating it.

I chose a rainbow of colours for this card and chose to keep my design clean and sharp looking.

So I used my clear Versamark Pad and liberally applied it to the stamp, before stamping it onto a piece of Whisper White card stock.   Then I sprinked on a generous helping of clear embossing powder and heat set it.

I used some daubers and a nice selection of inkpads and worked through my rainbow of colours, rubbing them in the daubers in a circular motion.   When I had finished, I used a piece of kitchen towel and rubbed over the surface, removing any excess colour from the white heat embossed image.

I chose to apply the die-cut word "Celebrate" which is from the Celebrate You Thinlit Dies.  I die-cut it three times and clear embossed one of the die cuts a couple of times with clear embossing power to achieve a nice shiny enamelled look.  Then I stacked those word dies and adhered them to the front of my marbled layer.

I have to say that I do love the bright clean finish. Its very striking and fresh.

Hope you like it too.

Thanks for looking and I hope you will come back for another visit.

By for now.

Linda xx

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1 comment:

  1. Wow that sure is a beautiful card Linda...I will have to give it a go...I thought you and your team might like to know how caring Stampin' Up is...two weeks ago my up line Eldonna Epp had a stroke... she is coming along fine, but can no longer attend On Stage in Orlando as she had planned to do... Sooo, Shelli Gardner is flying here on Saturday, Oct.13, to visit with Eldonna... Now how cool is that...Ann in Canada


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