Sunday, September 18, 2016

A fun technique!

I have another card for Winnie & Walter's ReRun #14 challenge, this time being inspired by Lydia - she used the most fun technique!  I can't believe I've never tried it before!  She calls it layered resist.  She had some stunning cards in blue, so I went 180 degrees and used warm colors:

WW&W Rerun#14

supplies: white, Simon's sunshine, and a gold shimmer cardstock, leaf from Simon One with Nature outine leaf, scattered straw, fossilized amber, carved pumpkin, ripe persimmon, and festive berries distress inks, W&W Big, Bold You sentiment stamp, In a Word Hello cutaway, and Audrey's Cutaways scalloped rectangle

Briefly, you start with a white piece of cardstock, and clear emboss your image.  Then sponge the entire panel with the lightest of your distress inks.  LET IT DRY! (this is the hard part!) or the embossing powder in this next and following steps will stick where it shouldn't!  Then clear emboss a few more images.  I used a mask each time.  Again, sponge the panel with a slightly darker ink, and repeat and repeat and repeat.  I used 5 different yellows to reds.  Since this is distress ink, at the very end, I splattered some water across the surface, and then blotted it up.  LOVE how this came out!

Lydia did a fancy cut for her design; I simply cut a scalloped rectangle from the center of my stamped panel, then framed it, added my sentiments, and  popped it above what was remaining.

Enjoy what's left of your weekend!

12 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeously autumn. Love the warm colours.
    This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
    Hugs
    Desíre
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  2. So cool to see all the different shades come through! Fun technique for sure, with beautiful results, Lin! ♥

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  3. Its a gorgeous card Lin, and the depth of color is fantastic.

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  4. Just love your colorful resist, Lin! So great with the outline leaves!!

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  5. PRETTY card Lin, love those leaves!!

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  6. What a stunning card Lin - well worth all the waiting between layers. Love the gold die cuts over the background, which is beautifully 'framed' by the gold cut out.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. What a great technique - thanks for explaining the process! Your card is wonderful!!

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  8. Very gorgeous card Lin ! I love your colors combo, very warm colors ! A really wonderful interpretation of Lydia's card ! It's amazing to see how a same technique can have such a different look when the colors are changed ! For sure I have to try it ! Thanks for sharing.
    Izzy Scrap

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  9. Such a beautiful card - love the choice of paper thanks for sharing!!!

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  10. Stunning colours Lin. What a great technique.

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  11. Gorgeous card, Lin! Love that you went with warm colors yet used Lydia's technique. Thank you so much for joining in again with our Rerun Challenge.

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