November 10, 2019

Beginner Cardmaking Techniques - Emboss Resist

Hi everyone! It's Lindsay, from Crafting While Caffeinated Blog & YouTube Channel, here with you today to share another video tutorial! I have been making cards for 11 years now and during that time I have learned so many different techniques. And those techniques I learned so long ago, I gloss over in my videos which I know can be frustrating for beginner crafters. So today I wanted to create a video specifically for beginners all about one of my favorite techniques I use often, emboss resist! Be sure to watch the video below for all the details!!

Both of my projects today feature the same two stamps from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps. I wanted to keep the layout of both cards pretty much identical and simple so you could really focus on the technique! Here's a look at both cards!

On my first card, I went with silver embossing powder to heat emboss with. That is another thing about this technique. You can switch up the color of embossing powder to use to create different looks! You can also switch up what medium you use for the resit. In this first project, I used dye inks.

For my second project, I switched it up a bit. I went with white embossing powder on watercolor paper. I used watercolor paper so I could then use watercolors as my resist mediums. Arteza Brush markers are what I used!

Before I go, I want to remind you that for the remainder of November all of the Christmas stamps from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps are 20% off! So grab any that are on your wishlist or catch your eye while they're on sale!

If you are interested in the stamps I used on my projects today you can find them linked down below! Until next time, happy crafting!!

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1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous cards! I love this beautiful Blowing Snowflakes Tree stamp!


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