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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Spotlight on Emboss Resist and Brushos


Hi Everyone,

I have my spotlight post over at STAMPlorations today.

I am using emboss resist as my technique. It is super simple and I always love the effect you get with Brushos or similar pigment powders.


 I made two different cards, using two different blues shade for card #1 and only the color named gamboge for card #2. If you wondering about that color name  - I googled it for you:

Gamboge is a partially transparent deep saffron to mustard yellow pigment. It is used to dye Buddhist monks' robes because the color is a deep tone of saffron, the traditional color used for the robes of Theravada Buddhist monks.


My stamp supplies:
ForTheBirds-previewSheryRuss_PartyTime-web-previewpreview-SheryRussBloomHappypreview-CrazyDoubleRunningStitches-Rectangle

For the Birds, Trendy Butterflies (out of stock at the moment), Party Time, Bloom Happy, Stitched Nesting Dies



Curious to find out how I did this? Visit the STAMPlorations blog for a full tutorial!

Remember if you try out any of the techniques from our Spotlight posts and hook your project up at our Spotlight Project Showcase  you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificate (random drawing) OR your choice of 5x7 stamp set + a Spotlight Project guest designer spot (randomly drawn from the Top 3 picks).


Use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Happy Stamping!

7 comments:

Kara Lynne said...

These are both beautiful, Cornelia! I love those colors and how vibrant they are!

Mac Mable said...

Thank you for the information on Gamboge and what fabulous inspiration and fun technique....Thank you x

papierelle said...

Mit einfacher Technik gibt's mega schöne Karten!!

Flo said...

Beides sind wunderbare Frühlingskarten. Nach diesem trüben Winter sehne ich mich nach Farben und freue mich über jede solche fröhlich-farbene Karte.
Liebe Grüße

Verna Angerhofer said...

Both are so very beautiful! Lovely colors too!

AlisonC said...

Really beautiful results from this simple technique. X

Anita in France said...

What stunners, Cornelia ... bold, saturated colour over the white that just pops against it ... so wonderfully vibrant and gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)