You will need:
light colour pattern paper/cardstock
white embossing powder
Using VersaMark ink, stamp your image onto the paper/card, I used the large doily from IBS Delicate Doilies II and cover the image with the white embossing powder, tip the excess back into the pot.
Heat the image with your heat embossing tool until the image becomes glossy be careful not to overheat as the image will flatten. It doesn't look much at the moment, the magic happens once you add the ink.
Sponge over the entire image with inks or PanPastels, I chose to use TH Distress ink, once you've got the depth of colour you want, wipe over with a paper towel, to take off any ink from the glossy white image, leaving you with a beautiful sharp image that seems to pop off the paper.
Here's my finished card.
Stamps- IBS Delicate Doilies II, IBS Fancy Sentiments (released on Saturday)
Papers- October Afternoon Thrift Shop, SU First Edition.
I hope you enjoyed this simple tutorial and thanks for stopping by.
BEautiful Debs ... love your colour choice and the whole card looks incredible delicate
Just BEAUTIFUL!! I love love love love how you made that!!!!
What a gorgeous card. I just love the background paper you used to do your emboss resist. And I am in LOVE with that stamp..
Great tutorial Deb. I Pinned it.
Oh, I just love texts/words and I think you made a fabulous background with that lovely doily Deb, gorgeous! Ira x
Simply gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!!! Hugs...xoxo
Saw this at IBS blog and think it's fantastic! I like how you softly inked up the area around the doily.
Beautiful card. Love the doily stamp embossed onto the print. Great tutorial.
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