Welcome to the Stamp It Group Easter Themed Blog Hop! Thanks for hopping today. I’m Sarah Schatilo and you’re on my blog, SassyPaperCrafts. Be sure to click the next name on the list below to continue on the blog hop to see all of our awesome projects. Don’t forget to leave a comment here with the hashtag #stampitcontest to be entered to win the Hello Dear Friend Kit!
My project this month uses a technique I just love, the emboss resist technique. It’s so easy and really creates a wow! I used it to create some super cute Easter eggs.
I started with a piece of Basic White and stamped the patterns from the Pattern Play stamp set in Versamark. I then poured White Emboss Powder over it and set it with my heat tool.
The real magic happens by adding color. I did this by blending Petal Pink & Highland Heather ink over the embossed images. I used a tissue to wipe away any excess. I then die cut Ovals using the Layering Ovals dies.
Take a look at that color! This technique works with almost any image you may have.
I also did some dry embossing using the Subtle 3D embossing folder. The card measurements are:
- Basic White- 5½” by 8½”
- Petal Pink- 5¼” by 4″
- Basic White- 5″ by 3¾”
The sentiment comes from the Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set. I cut it using the Double Oval punch from the Jan-June Mini Catalog.
I then added a Pastel Pearl and a piece of Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon to finish the card.
I hope you enjoyed my project today! You can see all the products I used and continue on the blog hop below.
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