Emboss resist card with distress inks

Hello again!

This time I am back with a emboss resist technique, I stamped the images and heat embossed them with clear embossing powder and the n blended some distress inks over that. I used two shades for each stripe. Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean for blues, Fired Brick and Festive Berries for reds and Mustard Seed and Scattered Straw for the yellows. I popped it on a navy card front for the colours to stand out. For the sentiment I used the Lawn Fawn stamp set chit chat stamped it in Memento Tuxedo Black and adhered using thick foam tape.

I hope you like the result 🙂

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I am entering this card in the following challenges:

ModSquad card challenge – emboss resist

ShowCASe your style challenge #13 theme  – Thank you 

Uniko Studio – challenge #20 – Things with wings

House of cards April challenge – inspirational picture

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge  – anything goes

Virginia’s challenge #14 – dimension

Addicted to stamps challenge #142 – make your mark 

MooMania card challenge – butterflies

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Thank you for stopping by !

I would greatly appreciate every comment you leave! 🙂

hugs,

Kamila

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17 thoughts on “Emboss resist card with distress inks

  1. Love the three panel layout and the bold, bright colours. I do like the resist technique. Thanks so much for joining us again at Uniko Studio x

  2. Love the multicolored strips!! The butterflies are the perfect touch!! Thanks for playing along with us at Addicted to Stamps and More!!

  3. Wonderful, so clean and strong vibrant contrasts to give way to your wonderful layout. As always, such an outstanding presentation and execution of your creative ideas!

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