This is a new technique for me and I wasn't sure if I was going to like it but was really surprised. A little heads up this is the challenge for our Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge this Saturday.
By: Debbie Moran
White glossy Cardstock
Black Dye Ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Versa Mark Ink Pad
Caleidacolor Ink Pad
Cardstock to complete card (not pictured)
Embellishments (not pictured)
Take your White glossy cardstock cut to size of your choice. Take your brayer and your Kaleidacolor ink pad and cover your glossy cardstock. (note: if you do not have a brayer or a Kaleidacolor ink pad you can use several different ink pads and sponges and then mask your colors) Be sure to let the ink dry before you continue with the card. Then clean your brayer for the next step.
Once your glossy cardstock is dry take your embossing buddy and rub all over your cardstock. If you do not have a embossing buddy you can make one yourself. (take an old nylon and cut to size be sure to keep the toe. Add either baby powder or flour and some rice to the bag and seal it up by either sewing it or a rubber band make sure that it will not open and leak.) I am using a resin bag that I used for bowling.
Take your versamark pad and your images and stamp your images all over the colored glossy cardstock.
Pour your clear embossing powder over your images and tap off the excess powder. Then heat set the images. Let Cool before moving forward
Take your brayer again and your black ink and cover the glossy cardstock completely. Then wipe off the excess ink off from the images so they really stand out.
Finish your card to your liking