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Black Embossed Resist

Hello dear friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a quick  trending technique that I decided to experiment with this month that I want to create anything but a card. The technique is called Black Embossed Resist and I used a pre-fabric pillow box that is originally craft. Take a look of my project:

Black Embossed Resist

I love to use this kind of packages to put inside the gift cards or any small presents and since Graduation Season is coming up, I am almost ready for this, I just bought some of plain pillow boxes in a craft store and I started the decoration process to make these more special.

Black Embossed Resist

Creating this package was very easy !!
  • I stamped several times one image of the stamp set Sparkle & Shine using the pigment ink Splendor Circus Collection over one side of the pillow box.
  • I covered all the images with WOW Clear Gloss Regular Embossing Powder and I melted the powder with the Heat Tool.
  • Then I repeated all the same processes on the other side of the pillow box.
  • I started to apply the black in taking a blender tool and Distress Ink Black Soot over all surface and I clean with a dry towel all the excess over the embossed images.

Black Embossed Resist

Black Embossed Resist

What do you think? Easy really!

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  1. WOW - EXCITING technique!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing :)

  2. amazing post.thanks for sharing it.

  3. Very cool project! Thank you for the inspiration!


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