Friday, February 8, 2013

WF13 Inky Layers x3



This is a challenge I am hosting on the  2 Peas Stamping Forum

February 9-17, 2013

Welcome to Inky Layers x3 !

CHALLENGE:

 My challenge is a variation of the embossing resist technique which includes 1-2-3 layers of ink.
The technique inclues:

1. Ink a background stamp with 3 dye inks. Stamp onto cardstock. Heat set (dry ink with heat gun).
2. Rub image with anti-static bag or dryer sheet. Select a smaller bold image stamp. Stamp several images with resist ink. Add clear embossing powder and heat.
3. Blend at least 2 inks over the entire piece. Buff excess ink off embossed areas with tissue as desired.
And of course you will use your piece in a project of your choice.


To be included in my random drawing for a RAK players will incorporate Inky Layers into a new project of your choice

Yes, you may combined this challenges with others and enter as many times as desired..

When you prepare you gallery upload for your project  please title it WF13 Inky Layers x3  and check the box for this challenge.  Not only will your picture appear in the gallery but it will also be added here on my 2P blog with all other challenge entries. To see these entries you must open the blog directly to this challenge.

Post a link for your project in the gallery on the discussion thread in the stamping forum.

All entries must be submitted by Sunday February 17, 11:59 Central Standard Time.


If you have any questions please leave a message on the discussion thread OR send me a private message.  I look forward to seeing what you do with this technique!  I hope you have tons of FUN!
Happy Stamping!
...Jan/Far North


STEPS FOR Inky Layers x3 



1. Ink a background stamp with 3 dye inks. Stamp onto cardstock. Heat set. Note: I call this stamp Worn Flannel.




2. Rub image with anti-static bag or dryer sheet. Select a smaller bold image stamp. Stamp several images with resist ink. Add clear embossing powder and heat.









3. Blend at least 2 inks over the entire piece. Buff excess ink off embossed areas with tissue as desired.

























4..Close-up of Inky Layers x3 technique.

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