I used the Josephs Coat technique (sort of ) and made this card using Sincere Salutations. Rather then brayering black, I used Lovely Lilac and Real read to creat Baroque Burgandy. I did this tonight with one of my stampers 7 groups. They loved it!
Date: Friday, December 17, 2004 GMT Views: 1997
Registered: October 13, 2004 Location: San Clemente, California Posts: 962
Sat, Dec 18, 2004 @ 10:21 PM
What is Joseph's Coat? I've never heard of it but love this card!
------------------------------ -- Bridget
Everyone smiles in the same language!
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Sun, Dec 19, 2004 @ 7:03 AM
Just an update for those that don't know the technique. I found the technique here on Splitcoast, but didn't want to brayer in black, plus I do not have a spectrum pad, so I sponged onto the plain (not glossy) white paper, all the bold bright colors. Then I stamped with versa mark using Daisy. Next you emboss with clear embossing powder. Then I brayed on real red, didn't like the red, so I brayed ontop with lovely lilac. To my surprise the two made baroque burgandy. So I mounted it on the same cs. Good luck! it is a lot of fun to do.