Wednesday, November 10, 2010

TECHNIQUE TUESDAY, Joseph's Coat Inside Out...

Next up from my Technique Tuesday class is the Joseph's Coat Inside Out technique (created by JanTink).  This differs from Joseph's Coat in a few ways:  it uses regular Whisper White card stock vs. Glossy White card stock, a large pattern stamp is used first and a patchwork of multi-covered braying is used instead of full coverage of a dark color.  Technique directions follow the recipe.  Again I went for an Autumn feel with our project with a little more color this time.  Enjoy!


This is a slightly different version with a softer application of the base colors and a different sentiment:


JOSEPH'S COAT INSIDE OUT MEDALLION SUPPLIES:
  • Stamp Sets – Medallion ( #115223, $17.95), French Filigree (#113742, $17.95), Because I Care (Hostess Level I)
  • Card Stock – Rich Razzleberry, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White,
  • Ink – Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry Classic & Markers
  • Ribbon – Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain (#109054, $6.95)
  • Punches – Scallop Oval (#119856, $16.95, 1-3/4" x 7/8" (Large) Oval (#119855, $16.95)
  • Accessories – Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430, $3.95)
  • Tools – Brayer, Sponge Daubers

JOSEPH'S COAT INSIDE OUT DIRECTIONS:
  1. Stamp CS with a large pattern background stamp.
  2. Using sponge daubers (or Stampin’ Sponges), sponge at least 3 colors of ink covering the entire piece of CS.
  3. Allow to dry. Rub embossing buddy all over the surface of your CS. 
  4. Stamp images (bold stamps are more striking) on CS with VersaMark being careful not to overlap.  Sprinkle on clear embossing powder and heat emboss.
  5. Brayer 2-3 darker colors over the entire surface in patchwork squares & rectangles that overlap.
  6. Buff off excess ink from embossed images with a damp paper towel.
  7. Sponge a little more of the darkest color behind the images to make the details pop out. Buff excess ink off embossed areas again.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, it is gerogeous, I will definitely have these stamps, and cannot wait to try. Please show the technique in video if possible!

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