Friday, August 7, 2020

Card using Joseph's Coat technique

Hello, hello!!
Oh boy, do I have a card for you! I absolutely LOVE using this technique to make cards, but I haven't used it in quite awhile. It's called "The Joseph's Coat" technique and it is stunning when finished! It uses one of my favorite Stampin' Up! products - Embossing Powder!!
You can click this link to watch my video tutorial ... TUTORIAL
Okay, so here is the card ...
Yup, it's absolutely gorgeous, if I do say so myself lol. I know, I know - it's not absolutely perfect. But if you know my work, you know that my motto has always been ... Made with love, not perfection. I love what I do. I love crafting. And if things don't turn out perfect, that's okay! That's what makes it hand made and one of a kind!
Here are all of the supplies that I used ...
I started off with a piece of Whisper White cardstock, cut at 5" x 3 3/4". Using Sponge daubers, I randomly added ink to cover it all. Then using stamps from the stamp set Timeless Tropical and VersaMark ink, I randomly stamped all over.
Next, I covered it with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set it. I used Momento Tuxedo Black ink to cover everything, then wiped off the excess ink on the images. After letting it dry for a few moments, I put the card together!
And again - I absolutely LOVE the way it turned out!! I have a link to the video HERE if you'd like to see the tutorial I made.
And here's another card I made, using the same colors and technique, but a different stamp set (Whale Done) ...
So cute, right?! Let me know if you try this technique. Or if you already have, I'd love to see your projects!
As always, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me ...

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