I hope everyone had a great weekend. I love the crayon resist technique. I just had to use it for Beate's Weekend Sketch #57. The crayon resist challenge was for the CCEE Stampers Blog.
I used an old (about 10 years old!) Kaleidacolor rainbow ink pad for this card. I'm surprised it still worked. I stamped the Priceless stamps with Memories black ink on glossy paper a while back. I used a white Crayola crayon and highlighted different areas. Using a brayer, I rolled ink onto the image. I love the effect. I used the same rainbow pad to ink up Para Ti.
Thanks for looking!
Stamps: Priceless, Tarjetas con Bordes Festoneados
Paper: textured Tangerin Tango, glossy white, Basic Black
Ink: Kaleidacolor Desert Heat, Memories Black
Other: scallop square punch, 1 9/16" square punch, foam tape, corner rounder, ribbon (Michael's), mini rhinestones (Michael's), Crayola white crayon, paper piercer
Monday, September 15, 2008
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oh that is my fav kaleidacolor ink pad ... beautiful card. Thanks for playing our challenge.
Gorgeous card! Love it!
Thanks so much for playing!
Hugs and smiles
How fun that you played along! I love your card...it is very eye catching. That technique is a fun one for sure and your card is a wonderful result!
How cute your little boy is! I love that picture too! Just precious!
Ih what fun, thanks for playing.
This is beautiful! Great job on the challenge (S!) Thanks for playing along!
This card turned out beautifully. Great job!
This card is so perfectly balanced: I love the Tangerine Tango!!
This is gorgeous! Wow, that must have been fun to take out that old ink pad. It's amazing how long those ink pads last! What a beautiful card.
love the colors that you use for this card..very pretty!
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