Thursday, February 18, 2021

Two Crayon Resist Cards

I love the look of crayon resist on white glossy card stock!

Simply stamp your image in a permanent black ink,
draw on the glossy white card stock with a white
crayon where you want there to be white highlights
then sponge ink over it. Once dry, gently wipe the
excess ink/crayon off with a soft tissue and
watch the white areas POP! 

These two cards were created with the final two 
pre-cut card stock "kits" leftover from a class
I taught about 15 years ago!!! Seriously.
I had several more packets than the number 
of people I was told would be there.
These are the last two and I used totally different stamp
 images and colors on them, even rotating the one.

Everything used came from Stampin' Up! over the years 
and are now retired, no longer available.

The above card uses Mixed Bouquet.

I think this was the original version
I made for the class:

The card below uses 
Flower Fest and
Tin Of Cards

 Thanks for looking =)

1 comment:

  1. I love this technique but haven’t done it in ages. Maybe need to after seeing how cute these are!


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