Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Versamark Resist Technique – One Hour Card Class - OHCC049

Versamark is a clear ink that is usually used to emboss images or create a watermark background. 

Cut Glossy card stock to the size you want.

Ink your stamp with the Versamark ink and stamp on glossy card stock.

Run your brayer in
Perfect Plum ink or any color, and brayer over the Versamark image.  You can sponge ink over top instead of using a brayer if you want. The stamped images will resist the ink. Keeping the card simple lets the technique stand out!

The more you brayer or sponge, the darker it goes and the more the images pop.  Also remember that the darker the color you use the less likely the Versamark is going to resist.

I hope you will try this technique!  This technique is sometimes called Ghosting.

Stamps: Touches of Texture, Crazy about You, Thoughtful Branches (inside).

Cardstock: Perfect Plum, black, glossy white.

Ink: Versamark, Perfect Plum, black memories.

Accessories: bone folder, Misti, sponge, Press n Seal, Fine Tip Glue Pen, Hello You Thinlits, snail. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...