July 17, 2018

Dandelion Wishes with Emboss Resist

Hello and Happy Tuesday! I'm so happy to be back here showing you some awesomeness. I took a little break last week to spend getting caught up on projects and one of my biggest projects was planning my one day retreat! So, save the date! Saturday September 22nd from 9am-6pm. Oh the fun we will have...watch for more information in the very near future.

Anyhoo, I have a fun project to share with you, using the awesome Dandelion Wishes stamp set. I really do love this stamp set. I just keep finding more and more to do with it. This is another simple card that packs a lot of wow in it and features the technique, emboss resist.
To begin, I started with a standard card base in Crumb Cake cardstock measuring 8.5" x 5.5" scored and folded at 4.25"
Next, cut a layer of Early Espresso, 3.75" x 5" and a Very Vanilla layer measuring 3.5" x 4.75". Using Versamark ink, I stamped the Dandelion image onto the Very Vanilla after I prepped the card panel with the Embossing Buddy powder tool. I then coated the wet Versamark with clear embossing powder. Once this was complete, I allowed my heat tool to pre-heart for about 1-2 minutes (this prevents warping of the cardstock). Once the tool was hot, I applied heat to the the embossed image, melting the embossing powder.Once the powder was completely melted and cooled, I took a Stampin' Sponge and burnished the Dandelion with Crumb Cake ink to produce the emboss resist and flicked the edges of the panel  as well just to give it that "antique" look. I then stamped the sentiment in the lower right corner using Early Espresso ink and adhered the layers together and added them to the card front. I then made a double bow with the Linen Thread and added it to the Dandelion stem with a mini Glue Dot to complete the card.

I hope you enjoyed today's card, I would love to read your comments, so please feel free to let me know what you think in the comments below. In the meantime, happy stamping!

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