It has been quite awhile since I had done some serious heat embossing on my projects. I don’t know why I avoided it for so long, just look at these gorgeous results when I heat embossed the Wild Roses background stamp and created an emboss resist background!!
Step one: stamp the Wild Roses background stamp with Versamark ink onto the cardstock. I used both So Saffron and Daffodil Delight cardstock for these card bases. Cover with Clear Embossing Powder, and heat with Heat Tool.
Step Two: Above, the background on the left is simply embossed as noted in step one above. The Wild Roses backround on the left, and the two below, have been sponged with Blending Brushes and these colors of Stampin’ Up! ink: Cherry Cobbler, Poppy Parade, Pumpkin Pie and Mango Melody. I just love how this emboss resist technique turned out!!
To create my trio of Wild Roses cards, I fussy cut flowers from the True Love designer paper and only colored the centers. I really like the contrast of the black and white and the colorful backgrounds! All Stampin’ Up! supplies are listed at the bottom of this page, just click any product photo to shop directly in my online Stampin’ Up! store.
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