CTMH, eBosser, Embossing Powder, Ranger, Stamp of the Month, Versamark, Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
Happy weekend all! I saw on Facebook that today is National Card Making Day, so… I made a card! I wanted to use embossing resist with my Zig Clean Watercolor Markers.
I started with 140 LB cold press watercolor paper and stamped it using one of the lovely images from CTMH September Stamp of the Month Paper Garden. I stamped it with clear Versamark then coated it with Ranger embossing powder in Lettuce and heated with my heat gun. Next I randomly brushed orange and yellow Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers, then using a medium side flat paint brush I added water and swept the brush from left to right on a slight angle. Then I wrapped some bakers twine around the watercolor paper fastening it on the back of the canvas, and added three pearls.
For the base piece I used CTMH B&T Duos in New England Ivy, ran it through my eBosser with a honeycomb embossing folder and adhered all it to a light yellow card base.
I hope you liked today’s card. Happy Card Making Day! Please follow our blog by clicking on the left hand side. Like us on Facebook too so you don’t miss a thing.
Very beautiful! I haven’t done any resist projects yet–you have inspired me to try!
You will love it Laurie, it is a great technique!
Lovely card. The colours are gorgeous
Thank you Patricia!