Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Emboss Resist

I made a card a couple of weeks ago using this technique and and it really is good fun.
Here I did a second resist embossing after my first inking, and so got a few extra shades of green. I also over stamped the whole 9 yards with some second impression Olive Green Stazon for a further bit of texture.
A couple of flutterbies, a sentiment and a bit of Copic coloured ribbon... and Bob, as they say, is your uncle!
I have green fingers now... maybe I should go and do some gardening!
Just US Girls  -Emboss Resist

28 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning! The layers of color in the greenery and the sky are beautiful. You have taken this technique to a whole new level and have it mastered!

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  2. beautiful card! I love it:)

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  3. Oh, Chrissie, this is gorgeous! Those blues and greens are beautiful. I'm not sure I understand just how you did it, but it makes me want to experiment! Thanks as always for inspiration.

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  4. Oh Chrissie it's so beautiful!

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  5. Your card is beautiful Chrissie. I have never tried this technique. Hugs Rita xxx

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  6. Wow! Chrissie - you are so clever !! This is gorgeous xx

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  7. Wow Chrissie what a beautiful card, that scene you have created looks truly awesome I love this.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  8. Absolutely stunning Chrissie
    Superb effect
    You are so talented
    x

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  9. Chrissie this is wonderful, love all the shades of green and the sky is so atmospheric. I think I understood how you did it :)
    You asked about the geese.... yes they do eat the crop but they don't seem to do as much damage as the rabbits. Sneaked up and got some closer photos this eve before Mum spotted me and rounded them up :)
    Jenny x

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  10. Wow! Chrissie this is amazing! x

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  11. Oh WoW Chrissie this is so beautiful love the colour a real stunning card i love it.
    i have had ago but only on a small scale...

    Babs x

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  12. Really pretty Chrissie - amazing the number of shades you achieved - it almost goes to blue, wonderful.

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  13. This is a absolotely fabulous card, just love it.
    Thanks for your comments on my LIM entry, I now feel even more of a fraud then i did when I entered it, from all the suggestions of what it may or may not be. I probably didn't expalin enough when I just put a NitWits download because it was alread set out as it was and just needed printing and doing whatever with it.
    I am not really into digi downloads but I bought this over last weekend when they had 33.3 percent sale and I just loved the colours of this set. It didn't even need colouring in and I just thought that would be great for a really quick and easy panic card

    Sorry if I have disappointed you.

    Kath x

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  14. Absolutely stunning card - just love your work

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  15. Your card is so pretty! Your stamped center panel looks like designer paper.

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  16. It looks so nice. worth making your fingers green. :)

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  17. Gorgeous card Chrissie, beautiful work.
    luv
    Debby

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  18. Ooohhh a lovely resist card and i love all those greens. Fantastic card:-)

    I have something for you on my Blog:-)

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  19. Oh Chrissy!!! The minute I looked at this I gasped in amazement!!! WOW!!! This instantly puts me at peace! What a fabulously serene scene!!! Holy moly, this is STUNNING!!! Thanks for playing along with JUGS!!!

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  20. This is gorgeous, Chrissie. So atmospheric!

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  21. Love all the shades of green, great card...a technique I've yet to try.

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  22. Wow, this beautiful. It looks like a painting!

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  23. This is just so beautiful, it could be a painting, sorry Marlena M said that, but she is correct, it's so lovely.

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  24. Wow, what a wonderful card!!! Jo x

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Thank you so much for popping by, I appreciate your comments!
Thanks,
Chrissie