Clear Embossing Powder
Clear Embossing Ink
Ink Applicator & Felts
Rubber Stamps (Inkadinkado)
Plain White Cardstock or Scrap Paper
1. Apply a light color of Alcohol Ink to the entire panel. This will be the color that shows through the embossed images. (Butterscotch was used for this example.)
2. Stamp desired images on the panel using clear embossing ink.
3. Sprinkle images with clear embossing ink; shake off excess back into jar and heat to emboss the images.
4. Apply desired colors of Alcohol Inks to the entire piece of cardstock. (I used Rust, Cranberry, Meadow and Terra Cotta for this example.)
5. Place a sheet of white cardstock over the inked panel. Iron the cardstock to melt the embossed image. The white cardstock will absorb the melted embossing powder to reveal the image hidden in the Alcohol Inks.
Immediately remove the cardstock ~ if the embossing powder has cooled and the paper wants to stick to your inked panel simply run the iron over the stuck areas to remelt.
If you used images without text you might be able to use both the original inked panel as well as the scrap of cardstock used to absorb the melted embossing powder as it transfers the Alcohol Inks that were applied over the embossing.
And you're done!
You've got a really cool resist image to incorporate into cards, tags, scrapbooks and more!
Tomorrow I will share the cards I created with these nifty images!