Hello and welcome snarky peeps! I'm back from vacation and perhaps now I'll be able to catch up on commenting. (wink wink) As Edna is showing us in the awesome graphic above, our new challenge at the Sisterhood is to use the Resist Technique on your card or project. There are a boat load of video tutorials out there on Mr. Google, so if you haven't tried this before, never fear, just Google it! LOL!
Here's my card:
and the inside:
No snark on this card. It's all warm and toasty feely. I heat embossed the pine bough in white EP, then sponged Pine Needles DI over it, making it darker around the image. Then I smooshed Iced Spruce DI on my craft mat, spritzed with water, and flicked that on the panel with a paint brush.
Now it's your turn to try out the resist technique! We'd love to see what you come up with. Just link up at the Sisterhood so we can admire it! Need more inspiration? Then please visit the blogs of my Sistahs and our Guest Designer, Helen, and be sure to leave them some bloggy lovin! Thanks for hanging out!
Stamps: Rubber Dance - Pines Fir You; BoBunny - Holiday Wishes
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Gathered Twigs, Pine Needles, Iced Spruce; VersaMark
DP: Frances Meyer; HOTP
Accessories: GC: Std. Sm & Classic Scalloped Circle Nesties; Sizzix - Flowers EF; Avery Elle - Pierced Rectangle die; Stampendous - White EP; heat gun; TH - sponging tools
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares