Technique: Emboss Resist, Video

Hello! It’s Nicole, again; and today I’m sharing another video using an Emboss Resist technique. I’ll be working with the beautiful flower image stamp set, ElegantFlowers. This is a great addition to my collection because of its versatility. These images can be used for many occasions—and they can be used for card making, tag making, and even scrapbooking layouts.

Tools Needed:

Distress ink (any colors will work, but I’m using: Antique linen, Peacock Feathers, Vintage Photo, and Peeled Paint)
Foam applicators
Versa Mark Watermark Ink
Stamps
Embossing Powder (White)
Mini Mister (optional)
Card base (A2)
Panel (Size: 4” x 5 ¼”)


I hope you enjoyed the video! If you’d like to share your creations using your awesome SSS stamps, and this emboss resist technique feel free to do so by joining the Sweet Stamp Shop Flickr group. You can click here to view all the amazing creations using SSS stamps.

Have a great day,
Nicole G.

5 Responses to Technique: Emboss Resist, Video

  1. Your cards are beautiful, Nicole!! I love the resist background! The colors are beautiful and blend so well together!! And that flower stamp set really is gorgeous! So very pretty!!

  2. Love the distress stains so much! Peacock feather is one of my faves! Cute cards too 🙂

  3. ~amy~ says:

    awesome, your card is gorgeous!

  4. Michelle Y says:

    Woww those cards are gorgeous – and elegant!!

  5. Charlene B. says:

    These are stunning Nicole! Thanks for sharing

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