Good morning! Today I will show you how to do a crayon resist technique with my A Year of Flowers 2 set. The sketchy, whimsical style of these seasonal flowers is perfect for this technique! You will love having these pops of color on your holiday cards, so easy for mass production. This technique is traditionally done with a white crayon and glossy cardstock, but I have found that in a pinch, you can substitute regular white cardstock and a white pencil, producing slightly softer but still beautiful results. Greeting is from Fabulous Holiday Fillers.
I am also giving away one 2015 calendar from CardMaker, which features a resist technique project by me (and cards from other designers you know, like Theresa Momber!) This 12 month, 12 projects calendar includes detailed instructions for each card, as well as little known holidays in addition to all "the biggies", so fun! Winner will be drawn randomly and announced here Wednesday, November 13th. To enter, please leave a comment below. Subscribers to my blog and Youtube channel get an extra chance. Sign up today if not already!
Gina K. Designs A Year of Flowers 2 and Fabulous Holiday Fillers stamp sets
Gina K. Designs Cherry Red, Black Onyx, and Fresh Asparagus ink pads
Gina K. Designs Pure Luxury Kraft and White (or glossy) cardstock
Adhesive and foam dots, white crayon or pencil, tissue, sponges, scissors, adhesive pearls
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