Friday, 29 January 2021

More Ornamental Bliss from Altenew - This Time Using Embossed Resist Technique

Hi folks

A couple of days ago I shared my first attempt at using the Ornamental Bliss bundle and was really pleased with my efforts.

I wanted to try out a technique which I haven't used in a while, which is the emboss resist technique, whereby you clear emboss a design on a blank piece of card stock and then use a blending tool to blend colour over it.  

I used a beautiful pearly blue card base which is Caribbean Sea Pearlescent Card from Tonic Studios and then selected some Altenew Crisp Dye Ink in shades of teal and blue which I applied to the card surface using my blending brushes.    Once I was happy with the application, I rubbed over the surface with kitchen roll, to remove any excess ink.

I like the muted tones of blue and teal.  I should add that I also stamped the sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, which I dried off using my embossing heat tool before stamping over it again with Clear Versamark, before heat embossing with clear embossing powder.  I did that prior to blending on the ink. 

I do have a couple more designs to share using the Ornamental Bliss Bundle, so I do hope you will join me for that.

Bye for now and ..........................."happy crafting everybody!".

Linda xxx

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1 comment:

  1. How pretty. I love the different shades of blue and the ink resist. Such a beautiful card.


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