Resist Embossed Flower

One of my favourite stamping techniques just happens to be resist embossing ... there are so many different ways to get inky and create lovely layered backgrounds or to make your main image pop.  For my card I'm sharing today I stamped and embossed my large flower bloom and leaves on watercolour paper before adding Brusho powders and spritzing with water leaving the colour to settle in between the fine lines of the stamps.  These were cut out and layered as I wanted a separate paler background behind to show off the vibrant colours.


The background topper was achieved by pressing a VersaMark ink pad through a brick wall stencil, heat embossed with EP then brushed over with distress ink to colour in between making the bricks pop as they resist the ink.

Finishing touches - brad in the centre of the flower and a few glossy accent raindrops.


My card was made for these two challenges:

Make My Monday Challenge # 73 Resist Embossing and

The Flower Challenge #21 Use a Previous Challenge (I've chosen #10 Embossing Heat/Dry from July 2017)











I've used - 13.5cm sq card blank
Stamps - unknown flower/leaves (charity shop find), mag freebie sentiment
Die - unbranded stitched decagon
Stencil - Claritystamp brick wall; Mask - That Special Touch Moroccan
Inks - VersaMark, Brushos (lemon, orange, leaf green), Milled Lavender distress ink
EP - Opaque White
Embellishments - Papermania brad, Glossy Accents


Thank you for visiting - I'd love you to leave a comment if you have time - Steph x

Comments

  1. Oh this is gorgeous, I love the colours and depth you've achieved with the brushos and the water droplets. Pretty card. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment, I really appreciate it x

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  2. Beautiful shading on the flowers and leaves, great make, thank you for joining in at MMM

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  3. Beautiful card, the flower pops with the white. Lovely touch with the sentiment on the leaf. Emma

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  4. DT Hat on now - gorgeous card, love the summery colours, great take on the emboss resist. Thank you for joining us at Make my Monday. Emma

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  5. A beautiful card. Your flower and leaves are so effective. So pleased you shared with us at Make My Monday. We look forward to you visiting us again. Caz DT.

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