Saturday, February 6, 2010

Thank You - Using Embossed Resist

I haven't done the embossed resist technique for a very long time and it shows! Haha! I used the technique tonight and I'm not in love with what I made. I do love the new lace border I cut with my Silhouette. I created this card for Papertrey Ink's Day 5 Anniversary Celebration, where we had to use a form of embossed resist.

Thanks for stopping by and have a good one!

Card Ingredients
Stamps: Damask Designs (PTI), Background Basics: Text Style II (PTI), Teeny Tiny Wishes (SU!)
Paper: white &  Lemon Tart (PTI)
Ink: VersaMark, Basic Black (SU!), Lemon Tart & Sweet Blush (PTI), Memories Black
Tools: Silhouette, Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers), Heat tool
Other: Whisper White ribbon (SU!), rhinestones (Michael's), clear embossing powder


claudia shadler said...

Anthonette, you card is so pretty, but I know what you mean, when you don't likey, well it's not the same, hehe. I have never tried the emboss resist tech, I shud try! the lace, wowza, so fun!

Clouds :D

CeeCee said...

Ah, so lovely! Those colors are so soft and the big splash of text gives such a special effect.

Lisa Brown said...

I LOVE this! This is one of my favorite techniques.

Angie Tieman said...

Very pretty! Love these colors and that lace border is to die for!!

Courtney Baker said...

Girl this is 100% fabulous!

ivy said...

i do not even attempt to try techniques so i give you kudos for trying this emboss resist everybody's doing lately! came out very pretty!

Deb Rymer said...

It's pretty, Anthonette! Love your lace border, the word strip with gems and soft color choices. The embossed resist area gives a very muted impressionistic feel. Great!

elina said...

you are making truly beautiful cards!!!