Emboss Resist is an easy wow technique. This week we are going to mix it up by using pastels and gold embossing powder!
Stampin' Up Supply List
- Stamps: Easter Blossoms (W121905/C122057)
- Ink: Versamark (102283), Stampin' Pastels (120962)
- Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Perfect Plum (101889), Baja Breeze (111352)
- Accessories:), SNAIL (104332), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Gold Embossing Powder (109129), Stampin' Sponges (101610)
- Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting System (113439), Tulip Frame Embossing Folder (121809), Scallop Oval Die (114521), Butterfly Die (114507), Heat Tool (100005)
Cardstock Dimensions for this Project
- 5.5 x 8.5 for card base
- 4.25 x 5.25 for Big Shot oval
- 4 x 5.25 for embossed mat
Scrap for Big Shot butterfly
- Stamp image as desired on cardstock in Versamark.
- Cover with embossing powder of your choice and heat set.
- Using pastels gently sponge overtop of the image. Use lots of colors for a multi-toned effect.
- If any pastels stick to your embossed image you can easily remove with tissue.
- Cut and fold card base in half.
- Run Baja Breeze piece through Big Shot with the Tulip Frame Embossing Folder.
- Cut butterfly out of Very Vanilla, and oval out of Perfect Plum using Big Shot.
- Stamp branch image on butterfly in Versamark, and greeting on oval in Versamark. Cover with gold embossing powder, tap off the excess and heat set.
- Using pastels, execute emboss resist on the butterfly as per above technique directions.
- Attach tulip frame piece to cardstock using SNAIL.
- Attach oval to card base using Stampin' Dimensionals.
- Take butterfly and gently curl up wings and then attach to card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Try out emboss resist on your next project with either pastels or ink to create a one of a kind look.