Hey can you believe that's another week ticked off and we're back with another challenge for you.
We certainly had lots of Vintage inspiration from you so we're guessing you enjoyed that one!
Today we have our RECIPE week and we'd like you to use an
EMBOSS RESIST TECHNIQUE on your projects
There's various ways to achieve this look but from a quick internet search here's
a little definition for you!
"Pour clear / white embossing powder over stamped images
Heat emboss and allow to cool
Using light inks / watercolours, begin blending colour onto the
card stock to reveal the embossed images"
So without further ado here's what our Design Team have created
to inspire you and there could be a couple of bonus cards on their
personal blogs if you'd like to pop along and visit them!
As always please keep your designs Clean and Simple with lots of 'white / blank space' and do check our 'Challenge Guidelines at the top right of the blog along with our page 'How to Play'.
We hope you feel inspired to play along and have some fun.
Don't forget to check our our Facebook Page slideshows, throughout the week HERE especially on Wednesday, when we showcase our random selection of early entries to the challenge and Fridays, when we'll be revealing our favourites from the previous week's challenge.
The most beautiful examples form the DT, thank you xReplyDelete
One of my all time favourite techniques! Beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
Fabulous DT cards as always and fabulous recipe too! xxxReplyDelete
What a fun challenge! It's been a while since I've used this technique, so thank you for reminding me to challenge myself with different techniques once in a while. I love all of the gorgeous cards the DT created!ReplyDelete
Oh I haven't done this technique in a long while, I'd forgotten how much fun it is. Thanks for the challenge ladies and lovely samples from you all as always.ReplyDelete
Happy crafting, hugs Erika. x
Gorgeous examples of this technique from the design team. Thank you for a fun challenge!ReplyDelete
I love how your cards are all so unique! Beautiful inspiration ~ thank you!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Fabulous DT cards and I loved revisiting this fun technique.ReplyDelete