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Challenge 20- Anything Goes (feature tutorial: Emboss Resist)

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you ready for our next fun challenge? Challenge #20- Anything Goes.  But first here is our feature inspiration tutorial....


The DT made some very cute and creative projects using emboss resist tech.

Kimberly- Creations by Kimmy
  TIP:Think of taking something that you have created that you ended up just loving the way it turned out and displaying it in your space and then when you are either ready to look at something else or something new and wonderful takes its place (as tends to happen with us crafters) then use it as you had originally intended i.e. as a card or layout. 



Cindy -  In Love with PAPER
TiP:  Don't be afraid to get messy.  I applied my distress ink with my fingers :-)


BARBARA
http://ladynurse4.blogspot.com/
My Tip It is not too early to start your Christmas cards!


Teresa: Fresh and Renewed
Tip: You do not always need patterned paper to go on your card.


Sandy- A Working Mom's Joy
Tip: Emboss image first, then you can stamp over image (here I used a wood grain stamp) and then ink the cardstock using a dauber or sponge.


Tip: Use simmer cardstock. It looks so pretty with the embossed image 
and when you ink the card stock.

Brenda - Disney Girl
Tip:  Really play with the inks before you decide on a color. It is surprising the difference in color once you blend it onto your card stock.
 
Tip: Use neutral colors (like black and white) to offset the focal point, as I've done here. It will give it a more "striking" look.

So what do you think?

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We hope these design team projects inspire. 


Your challenge:
Anything goes: cards, banners, layouts but if you create an EMBOSSED RESIST tech, you will get an extra chance entry for this challenge sponsor.

This challenge ends on Saturday, May 31st at 10:00 pm EST.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. 
If you do make a project using the featured technique, homemade flower,
your project and blog may be showcased on the SBC Facebook group.

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