Friday, August 17, 2007

White Crayon Resist


Here's a fun technique to try! Use StazOn ink, glossy paper, an image with some space to color in and a white crayon. Color the space you want to stay white like these flower petals from Blooming Builders (think snowman, cupcake, lighthouse and other images too.) Next use a dye ink to sponge or brayer ink over the surface. I used a Kaleidacolor pad, since they have several colors that harmonize nicely all in one pad. When it's dry, use a tissue to rub off the crayon. What is under the crayon is gleaming white, glossy paper! It's really a fun effect. Tip: keep your crayon sharp with a makeup pencil sharpener. I have one that does large and small widths. Want to learn more techniques like these? Sign up to get emails about Colorado/Denver area stamping and scrapbooking events using the link down in the right hand column!

3 comments:

Jennifer Carter said...

I love this card! It is just so bright and cheery! I need to try the crayon resist too!

Stampin' Meg said...

yummy colors!

Diana said...

I love the card and I love that technique, people love it at my workshops!!