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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Just Believe Emboss Resist Technique

The "Just Believe" set has to be one of my favorites.  I especially LOVE this image from the set.  It's so versatile.  It can be used for almost any occasion.  It can take on a festive look down to a somber look.  

To do the emboss resist you must first stamp the image using VersaMark or embossing "ink".  Then you sprinkle clear embossing powder on the paper and tap the excess off.  Then you  sponge over the embossed area.  Here an oval frame was made and set on top of the image and them the color was sponged on.  Once you are done with that you do need to wipe off the embossed image.  Ink tends to sit on there and could get on your fingers and smear or smudge your card.  

Once you are done with that you can embellish your image as much or as little as you wish.  Here the card was embellished with two sizes of half pearls.  

This card was made at Terri's Technique Tuesday class.  This is a very fun and effective technique.    And it was an extremely fun class.  It was a large group of gals and it was great to see them this month!

Thank you SO much for visiting today,

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