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Monday, July 21, 2008

Technique Page Crayon Resist

Here is another page for the technique book. Some lucky winner will be the recipient of these pages for their own book/collection. When my blog gets to 500,000 hits I will post the blog candy along with some fun game to play to enter in for a chance to win the pages!

Today's page is an oldie but goody, the Crayon Resist technique.

Stamp your image on glossy card stock using Basic Black or Staz-on ink. Take a white crayon and color in the areas that you want to remain white. Sponge or brayer over the image with Classic Ink. You can use multiple colors of ink. Try not to touch the crayon areas, the ink will bead up on it. Lay a paper towel over the top of it and blot up the ink.

This item was made entirely of Stampin' Up! products. To view more items made entirely of Stampin' Up! products click here.

To see the other Technique Pages, click here. You can also watch them on the slide show on the right sidebar. But if you want to see them faster just click on the link above to take you to all of them!

Thanks SO much for stopping by,


Unknown said...

This is a great one, I love to do this.

kat said...

I can't believe you haven't made it to 500,00 hits yet; I check out your blog every day so I guess I should comment more often, eh? Thanks for reminding us of this 'oldie but goodie' technique; it always makes a striking card.

Pat said...

I need to try this technique. Borrowed the white crayon from the kids a long time ago. Thanks