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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Emboss Resist & Embossing Card Tutorial

 Embossed Card

 Embossed Resist Card

Stampin’ Up! Products Used:
Wild Wasabi Card Stock, item #108641 (1 piece 5 ½” x 8 ½”)
Wild Wasabi Classic Ink, item #109014
Wild Wasabi Embossing Powder, item #123224 OR Clear Embossing Powder, item #109130
Very Vanilla Card Stock, item #101650 (1 piece 3 ¾” x 5”)
Embossing Buddy, item #103083
Heat Tool, item #100005
VersaMark Ink, item #102283
Stamping Sponges, item #101610
My Friend Stamp Set, item #122585 – Wood Mount OR item #122587 – Clear Mount

  1. Score Wild Wasabi piece of card stock at 4 ¼” and crisply fold.

  1.  Gently rub the embossing buddy over the Very Vanilla Card Stock.   Tap off to remove excess powder if any.
    1. Stamp My Friend in upper right corner using Wild Wasabi Classic Ink.
    2. Stamp floral design in VersaMark Ink, then on the card stock
                                                               i.      Dust liberally with Wild Wasabi or Clear Embossing Power – tap off excess
                                                             ii.      Heat set
                                                            iii.      If you used clear, you will sponge Wild Wasabi Classic Ink over the image then wipe off with a tissue or soft cloth.
                                                           iv.      If you used Wild Wasabi, you have completed the design.
    1. Attach to the card front using SNAIL.

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Mary Director
Stampin' Up! Senior Supervisor, Independent Demonstrator & Creative Coach
Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
(On-line ordering now available thru my website)


Patti said...

They're pretty done both ways.

Nita's World Handmade said...

Very nice card Mary, I love it and I may order that stamp!

Mary Director said...

Patti, at class I gave students the choice of which one they wanted to make. It was a tough decision.

Nita, it is really a nice stamp set. I also like the big "hello" stamp that is with it.

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