You might already know how to emboss resist with stamps, but have you ever tried it with stencils? Let me show you four different looks with one simple technique!
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supplies for emboss resist with stencils
You don’t need much to achieve great results. In fact, you don’t need anything special! Of course, if you need to do some shopping, I always have supplies linked below and at the end of the post. But, before you shop, be sure to check out my Crafty Sales page for any deals you can take advantage of at your favorite crafting haunts.
- Cardstock or patterned paper
- Anti-static powder
- Embossing Ink
- Embossing Powder
- Blending foam
- Heat Tool
- Blending Brushes/Foams
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steps to emboss resist with a stencil
- Secure a stencil over desired cardstock or prepared panel (may be however you like – plain, ink blended, or even patterned paper as a suggestion). If ink blended, or otherwise inked, using anti-static powder before applying the stencil will help in next steps.
- Using a foam blending tool, apply embossing ink over the stencil, inking as much or little of the stencil as desired.
- Apply embossing powder and heat.
- Apply additional layers of ink as desired over panel, allowing the embossed area to resist the inking – creating a unique look.
- Use a dry paper towel or cloth to wipe residual ink off the embossed areas.
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