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Old 03-15-2013, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default SBVC185 - Emerging Colors

Create your own background paper using the emerging colors technique found here: Emerging Colors. Then use the paper as either the background of your layout, or cut it up and use it in some other way on your layout.

My Sample: Adams Falls
And here's another sample from my blog: Aquarium of the Pacific

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Old 03-15-2013, 05:20 PM   #2
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I love your page Cheryl. I am reading about the technique. I am not sure I understand it, but will follow the steps. It sure turns out pretty.
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:24 PM   #3
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okay I looked at Nona's again. She doesn't carry the whole thing thru or something.
First she stamps all over a page. Got that. Then, does she do the embossing on that same light paper, and it just looks purple because that is the ink she rubbed on it?
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Let me clarify the steps. First you stamp the repeated image on light paper using the lightest ink color. Then repeatedly stamp a bold image using Versamark ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. 3rd, use a brayer or sponge to cover the whole page with a darker color of ink. Last, random stamp a small image using the darkest color of ink. Use a tissue to wipe the ink off the areas where the embossing is. That will let your first color show through. Let me know if that's still not clear!
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Let me clarify the steps. First you stamp the repeated image on light paper using the lightest ink color. Then repeatedly stamp a bold image using Versamark ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. 3rd, use a brayer or sponge to cover the whole page with a darker color of ink. Last, random stamp a small image using the darkest color of ink. Use a tissue to wipe the ink off the areas where the embossing is. That will let your first color show through. Let me know if that's still not clear!
No, I think that is clear! Thank you. I will try it. I think I will like this technique for cards, too.
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Well, I am done with the technique; now have to finish my page!
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Loved this, but sorry it didn't show up in the photo well, but IRL it is great!

I plan on using this technique again for sure!

Thank you! Inspired me to get something done!

Here is mine.
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Cheryl, here is close ups of how my technique turned out.

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I liked how it turned out.
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Reading this thread has me anxious to check out the posts and technique. I'm checking out the finished work work but think I will wait a bit to read the technique, at least until my DGK's leave for home later today.

Sounds like fun and something I would like to try!!
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