Wednesday, 10 February 2016

How do you Resist some Ironing at Woodware

Morning Everyone,
It is my turn to post over at Woodware today where we are looking at Resist techniques.
My card is another made for Christmas I'm afraid  I am trying very hard to get ahead.
The background to my card has been created by stamping and clear embossing the mistletoe and sentiments onto a piece of white card.
Sandwich the card between some layers of copy paper and use a hot dry iron to remove the embossing powder.
Sometimes more of the powder is removed giving a rather patchy look which I must say I rather like.
Sponge over the resulting card with dye based ink to create a Masterboard which I then cut up to create the basis for several cards.
You can also use the pieces of ironed copy paper to create a similar background.
I have added a black stamped and embossed image which I painted with pearlex.
I also added some dry embossing to this card.
The panels have been mounted onto red card stock and embellished with a sentiment and some peel-off squares.
I hope that you will join us this week and try out some of the resist techniques the the DT have shared with you.
Have a great day.
Hugs Kimx

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Hugs Kimx