VIDEO: Emboss Resist with Honey Bee Stamps

Welcome everyone! Today I’m sharing a simple emboss resist technique with the Darling Dahlia stamp set from Honey Bee Stamps.

Sometimes when I’m in a creative rut, I go back to a technique that I love and can create with ease. That technique is Emboss Resist.

VIDEO

I have a video that you can check out down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

For my card, I’m using the beautiful Darling Dahlia stamp set from Honey Bee Stamps. I stamp the images in Versamark ink onto Layering White card stock from Gina K Designs using my Misti tool. Then I heat emboss with Clear embossing powder.

I’m ink blending the leaves with Mowed Lawn and Pine Needs Distress Oxide inks. For the blooms, I’m using Worn Lipstick, Seedless Preserve and Chipped Sapphire using the Honey Bee Stamps blending brushes.

After I finished ink blending, I wipe away the excess ink with a paper towel to reveal beautiful crisp white lines.

Be sure to check out the video as I share a few ink blending tips along the way!

With such bright colors, I wanted to add them to have a subtle background. I stamped the Farmhouse Check Background onto white card stock with Dove ink.

The Friend word is die cut twice from white card stock and once from Diamond Glitter card stock. Then layered together with liquid glue for dimension.

I heat embossed the smaller sentiment onto Black card stock with white embossing powder. This stands out wonderfully against the bright colored flowers.

All of the images and die cut word are adhered to the card front with a dot runner. The black sentiment strip I added with foam squares.

I love all of the bright contrasting colors!

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