If you love stamping techniques, especially Heat Embossing, I think you're going to enjoy using the Emboss Resist Technique. This is a simple technique that makes a big impact. In the Facebook Live Video Replay below I demonstrate this fun technique and show you how to use Blender Brushes. I love this new set of tools. The Blender Brushes are available to order beginning January 5th with our new January-June Mini Catalog. They are sold as a set of 3 for $12.00 and are definitely worth the investment. You get a much softer look using Blending Brushes rather than Stampin' Sponges or Sponge Daubers.
Here's a close up of the Blending Brushes that will be available for purchase beginning January 5, 2021, in our January-June Mini Catalog. They are sooooo easy to use and give a beautiful, soft affect. After using them for these cards, I simply rinsed my Blending Brushes in cold water, soaked up excess water with paper towel, then let air dry. As you can see there is some staining which does not affect future use.
Below are more cards I made with the the Emboss Resist Technique. My next two cards feature Fine Art Gallery Stamp Set (also available starting January 5, 2021) with White Heat Embossing.
My cards below feature Poinsettia Petals Stamp Set with Gold Heat Embossing. The emboss resist technique here adds elegance to these cards.
I colored Pearls with Cherry Cobbler Dark Stampin' Blends Marker to make the berries on this holly card.
Stampin' Up! products used in video demonstration - Click on any link below to be directed to my online store.
Thanks for viewing today's Stampin' Peace blog post. I hope I've given you the inspiration and confidence to try the Emboss Resist Technique on your own.