Thursday, June 20, 2013

VIDEO: Emboss Resist Direct to Paper Technique

Yesterday, I posted a Mosaic Madness card that is part of my Stamp of the Month Club series for June. (See it here.) It made me realize that I never posted the video for last month's Clockworks card! I love last month's cards too! In fact, I have an extra set of cards made up, so if you are interested in getting last month's kit, please send me an email!
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Isn't the background on this card fun!? I started by embossing the gears in clear on the Very Vanilla cardstock. Then I took the More Mustard, Gumball Green, and Island Indigo ink pads and put them directly on the paper. Watch my video tutorial to see this technique in action:

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4 comments:

Lisa said...

Love the card. I like the vibrant colors.

Donna said...

Drats! Now I must HAVE this stamp set! LOL...

Love the technique! Will definitely be trying it this weekend.

Thanks for sharing!

RitaR said...

I love making fun backgrounds and you've inspired me with your great video. I think this would be a fun technique to use on a child's card, too! Can't wait to give this a try. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful card and your techniques!

Carla said...

What a lovely card Julie.
I always have to smile when I 'hear' you emboss!