Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Joseph's Coat Tutorial

Hi there, it's Beth Norman here with an old technique.  So old, Pat filmed this technique in her very first issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter way back in December 2002.  How proud she must have been publishing her first issue, and now she owns her very own stamp company.  Congratulations Pat!

So, you probably guessed by the title that this is called Joseph's Coat.  I used a background stamp, but a combination of smaller stamps will work with this technique as well.  In the directions, below, you will find a link to my "How to Use a Brayer" tutorial.

You will be seeing me film new, and previously published techniques to keep your juices flowing.  For me, there's no better feeling than shooting a tutorial. 

For this tutorial I used two stamps that go so well together:  Swans, from the April release, and Find Our Way

Supplies: Rainbow ink pad (ie. Kaleidacolor), black stamp pad (not in photo), VersaMark, clear embossing powder, heat gun, antistatic bag, white glossy paper, brayer, stamp(s)

Using your brayer (you can find my "How to Use a Brayer" on my blog here) add color to your glossy card stock using your Kaleidacolor, or similar, ink pad.  Let your ink dry completely before next step.

Using your antistatic bag, rub over the entire surface of your inked card stock

Ink up your stamp with VersaMark and stamp out image onto glossy card stock

Cover entire card stock with clear embossing powder

Heat set the embossing powder

Using your brayer, cover the entire surface with your black ink. 

Take a tissue and lightly rub over the embossed surface to take off any black residue

Finish your piece as desired

I hope I enticed you to break out your brayer and try this technique.  Have fun!










4 comments:

Conniecrafter said...

Awesome Beth!!! Those are such pretty colors and great way of doing the technique!

StampingJudy said...

Lovely, Beth!

Anonymous said...

I am overwhelmed with your card. Thanks much for the tutorial. I cant wait to try this. Anne Ryan

Daria said...

Beautiful card! Thank you for your tutorial.