Resist Embossing (reverse embossing) | Video Tutorial

This episode features an embossing technique you can’t resist, an overview of our super chic Topstitch papers, and some fun ideas for using our Irresistibles™ alphabet stickers. Plus, Jeanette Lynton shows us a delightful way to use the My Creations™ Cube!

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Featured Technique: Embossed Resist

Materials Needed
C1398 My Acrylix® Love You Forever
X7120B Topstitch Level 2 Paper Packet
Z2111 Chocolate Exclusive Inks® Pad
Z1142 Brown StazOn® Ink
Z891 VersaMark®
Z1276 Mini-Medley Accents Colonial White Collection
Z821 Clear Detail Embossing Powder
1274 Colonial White Designer Brads
Z555 Craft Heater
Z697 Sponge
Z1151 3-D Foam Tape

To create the project in the video here, follow the helpful hints and the Simple Expressions™ pattern as outlined in our how-to book Wishes™. For more detailed information on how to create the featured technique and project, or to purchase a copy of Wishes, contact your Close To My Heart Consultant.

Trim papers according to paper dimensions on page 40 of Wishes. Instead of cutting separate pieces for A and C, cut one 3” x 5 1/2” piece since they are from the same piece of paper.
Emboss image on piece D. (Note: Use a piece of Baby Pink cardstock so the color of the cardstock will show through the embossed image.)
Sponge Chocolate ink over surface of piece D, revealing the embossed image. (Note: The image will resist the ink.)
Sponge edges of all papers and card base with Chocolate ink.
Stamp sentiment on right side of piece B in brown StazOn® ink.
Assemble the card according to the instructions on page 40, adding 3-D foam tape behind pieces D and E.
Attach ribbon and brads.

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