kissed resist

Here is my final resist technique as inspired from the Online Card Class Inspiration Showcase by Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner. I love the way this technique looks because it have great depth to the image. It looks a lot harder than it is to complete.

As I said before, I love this technique's look especially when I am able to pull of ombre inking like I did here. #proud

This completes the first five techniques from this class. I am putting the tags together on a ring so that I can easily access them in the future.

Our next series of five is all about dry embossing and die-cutting. see you next time, mel xoxo

Hero Arts Spice Market background inked with Versamark ink then kissed with Tim Holtz Reflections Text inked with Peacock Feathers Distress ink. Next the kissed stamp is applied and embossed with clear embossing. The image is rubbed with Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, and Ripe Persimmon Distress inks. I wrapped the panel with Coral hemp twine and mounted onto Nenah Desert Storm cardbase. The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp and stamped in Versafine black ink. As a final touch I added a few buttons from my vast collection.

canvas resist

This technique can be done with any kind of fabric. Here I have used sticky-back canvas by Claudine Hellmuth Studio.

This is the fourth of five resist techniques from the Inspiration Showcase Online Card Class by Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner. This one is fairly easy and very straight forward. I was able to do this one right on the first try, which is always a good feeling.

Hero Arts background white embossed on sSticky-back canvas then rubbed with Faded Jeans and Peacock Feathers Distress ink. It's mounted on Navy cardstock which is stamped with a Studio Calico white embossed sentiment.  

The next technique is Kissed Resist. see you next time, mel xoxo