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Hand Stamped Sentiments Technique Challenge – Resist Emboss

This week over at HSS we have a technique challenge – resist emboss.  It looks complicated but it is very easy.  My inspiration for my card this week came from Andy Warhol’s  work, Flowers.  I stamped the flower and cupcake images with Versamark on Whisper White CS then embossed the images with Stampin’ Emboss powder and set with SU heat tool.  I then used the Scallop Square punch to punch the images then sponged the color.  I used my Big Shot to texture the Melon Mambo background with the large dot Texturz Plate.  I used SU dimensionals to adhere the squares to the Melon Mambo background.  Next I adhered the Bermuda Bay background layer then adhered the Melon Mambo with the squares.  Then added the silver brads to the corners.  Very easy!  SCS has a tutorial for the resist emboss technique here.

Andy Warhol's Flowers

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Project info

Happy Birthday card

Stamp Sets:  Out of the box (hostess level 1), Four Square

Paper: SU card stock:  Whisper White, Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo

Ink:  SU Classic Ink –  Pumpkin Pie, Melon Mambo, Bermuda Bay, Versamark

Accessories:  SU silver brads, SU Scallop Square punch, SU Ticket Corner punch, SU Dimensionals, SU White Embossing powder, SU heat tool, Big Shot, SU Backgrounds 1 large dot texture plate

Techniques: stamping, sponging, resist embossing

One Response

  1. I love how you took inspiration from and Andy Warhol painting. So neat. The colors you used are really fun and full of energy. I tend to shy away from Bold Brights, but need to break them out more. It’s a great color combination!


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