Sunday, October 10, 2010

Resist with White Embossing

Resist is a great technique to try with Distress Inks. Rather than use a clear embossing powder, I wanted to see what would result with white embossing powder. Though the powder is not as white as cardstock, it wasn't tinted at all by the ink. If the cardstock on which you stamp your image is not white, your resisted image will be the colour of your cardstock. Consequently, if you want it to be white, white embossing powder is required.


Card Recipe
Stamp: image (CTMH), sentiment (Papertrey Ink)
Inks: white (Colorbox), black (Versafine), blue & green (Distress--Broken China & Shabby Shutters)
Papers: white cardstock (Georgia Pacific), blue cardstockArtisian Pool--Bazzill)
Accessories: distress tool, parls & rhinestones (Kaiser), white embossing powder (stash)

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