Are Rubber Stamp Techniques your thing? Emboss Resist is a technique that is both magical and easy.
Emboss Resist Rubber Stamping Technique
It's as simple a 1, 2, 3
- Ink Up you stamp with either Whisper White Craft Ink or Versa Mark Ink and begin stamping. I used the Butterfly Basics stamp set.
- Cover the stamped images with White Embossing powder and tap off the excess. Heat Emboss.
- Load some re-inker onto a clear block or anything you find handy and dip your stampin' sponge ink and begin applying ink to paper. I used Pistachio Pudding and Wild Wasabi ink.
The embossed area will resist the ink showing off your stamped images.
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