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Old 04-23-2005, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default What is the "reverse Joseph's coat" technique?

Hi - I saw a beautiful card in the gallery using All I Have Seen and the "reverse Joseph's coat" technique - how is this done?

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I think that's actually one of my techniques that I called "Joseph's Coat Inside Out". Instead of brayering color on glossy cardstock, stamping with versamark and embossing with clear, then brayering over it with black ink as you do in Joseph's Coat, my technique has you stamp with a background stamp on regular cardstock, add color if you wish with sponges or chalk inks, proceed with stamping and embossing with clear EP, then instead of brayering over it with black, you use 2 or three other colors to brayer over the embossing. Since you are doing it lighter than regular Joseph's coat, the background shows through both the image and the brayered portions and it looks very painterly. This technique is going to be published in an upcoming issue of Technique Junkies (www.patstamps.com).

Here's a link to a card in my gallery made this way:

http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...hp?photo=66661

I also like the one you saw in All I Have Seen gallery...(helps, BTW, to put a link in...I had to hunt to find the one you meant). In that one, it looks like she used the words as her background. Very beautiful!
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I also like the one you saw in All I Have Seen gallery...(helps, BTW, to put a link in...I had to hunt to find the one you meant). In that one, it looks like she used the words as her background. Very beautiful!
Can someone post or PM the link to the All I Have Seen sample?
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Dancing Rain, you rock! Can you tell me how you do the linking like you did, where you typed in the words and it showed up like that? I want to learn!
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Old 03-17-2006, 05:12 AM   #7
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Wow...you ladies constantly blow me away. This is such a beautiful and versatile technique. I can't wait to try it.

This might be a silly question but is the "All I have seen" stamp an SU product? I really like that saying a lot.

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Yes, it's on page 125 of the current catalog. Click here: http://catalogs.shoplocal.com/stampi...pagenumber=137
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