Thursday, March 18, 2010

Video Tutorial: Emboss Resist

Welcome to the last day of the “week of heat embossing tutorials!” In case you missed it, here are links to Day One: The Basics, Day Two: Gradient Color, and Day Three: Create a Scene with Powders. And today is Emboss Resist. This is one my favorite embossing techniques. The possibilities are endless!! I must have made 6 cards with it in the last couple of weeks.

Here is the direct link: VIDEO

Embossing Resist

This is the butterfly I created in the video, die cut into a circle with Spellbinders™.

Well, that wraps up the week of embossing. I know it is something that all you stampers know how to do, but I hope that you picked up some new ideas or just got inspired to use up some of your stash of supplies!!

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:Stamps (Stampendous-Butterfly Beauties, Formal Frames), Ink (Tsukineko Versamark Watermark) (Ranger-Distress Inks Broken China), Embossing Powders (Stampendous-Clear Detail), Cardstock (Papertrey Ink-Stamper’s Select White, Dark Chocolate), Patterned paper (Basic Grey-Nook and Pantry), Spellbinders die templates (Classic Circles Large, Classic Scalloped Circles Large, Label Trio)

****And for those of you who asked, the storage container I am using for my embossing powders, is from Scrapcessories. You can see more about the container, photos and all, on this post HERE.

18 comments:

Christy Farneth-Kerr said...

How fun I am off to play :)
Great card !!

Pamela said...

Beautiful card! :)

BeeLinda said...

Love it! I'm trying this out today.

Bev J. said...

Kimberly, thanks so much for the tutorials. I have embossed but not created a scene which I loved. Will try this technique, emboss resist and the gradiant color one. Great Job!!

afkeyes said...

I LOVE the idea of doing this on patterned paper or paper with text! How clever! I can't wait to try it. Thanks so much for the awesome ideas!

Kelly said...

Thanks so much for this series of videos. I'm a novice stamper, so this is really great info!

kathy/North Carolina said...

Such a great series. Really enjoyed every single day, even though I do lots of embossing. Love the idea of putting text or patterned paper underneath the embossed image. Very cool! Thanks for taking the time to share this tutorial with us.

Joan said...

I love this technique... it's great with this wonderful butterfly.

Lesa said...

Kim this card is beautiful. Your work always amazes me. Thanks for sharing and for the tutorial. hugs

paddie said...

I hope I got in this time...great series of tuts for us visuals and beginners...

thank you again
pat

PEA said...

Kimberly,
love this card. How very beautiful. I haven't mastered this technique just yet, but am working on it. Thanks for sharing. How about some photography videos on taking pictures of our cards. PLEASE! My pictures stink and don't know how to make them better:(
Hugs,Pea

ahappyscramper said...

I haven't done that in ages so thanks for the reminder. Wow, that butterfly looks great like that...beautiful card. Thanks for sharing all those great videos this week Kimberley...a lot of work for you to inspire us and I really do appreciate it. xL

gardenhappy said...

You made this look so easy! I've had clear embossing powder forever and couldn't figure out a great way to use it. Thanks for the inspiration!

Sharli said...

Oh My Goodness, Kimberly! These tutorials are just wonderful - I've been embossing for a long time but still, I learned some wonderful new tricks watching your videos! Thank you SO MUCH!!!

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

My favorite technique for sure and a beautiful card!

NatQuebec said...

the butterfly is sooo nice :-)

Chris said...

love love this!!!

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