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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Mixed Bunch using Joseph Coat Technique

Happy Tuesday!!!

Today's card is one that i made using what is called as the Joseph Coat Technique.  It is a technique that i learned a few years ago and just love doing!!!!  Hmmmm.... can you guess what Friday's Video might be about? LOL;)

Here is a bit of a rundown of what you will need to do it.  You will need a piece of card stock, a dark colored ink ( i have tried light colors but they haven't turned out for me), Sponges, Clear Embossing Powder, Embossing Buddy and your Heat Tool.  Any ideas?  Well make sure to check back on Friday!!! ;)

Here is a little closer look at the flower so you can really see the colors!  For this card i chose to use Primrose Petals, Daffodil Delight, and Pool Party to really make my flowers stand out and i think that those colors really scream Summer!!!

The set that i used is Mixed Bunch.  When doing a technique like this, you want to make sure that you use a stamp that can hold a lot of color.  By that i mean a stamp that has a bigger surface on it rather than something with a ton of detail.

Well all, that's all for today!  Until next time...
Signature Fonts
Image by FontMeme

Supply List:

* Mixed Bunch
* Vintage Verses

* Primrose Petals
* Daffodil Delight
* Pool Party
* VersaMark
* Basic Black

Card Stock:
* Whisper White
* Pumpkin Pie
* Daffodil Delight

* Sponges
* Embossing Buddy
* Clear Embossing Powder
* Heat Tool
* Black Twine
* Decorative Label Punch
* Dimensionals
* Snail
* Paper Trimmer

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