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Old 07-08-2005, 05:34 AM   #1  
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Smile Joseph's Coat Technique

Can someone describe this technique to me. I have seen some really cool cards. But really confused on how to do it.
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Smile Reverse Joseph's Coat

My demo had a class on embossing and did "reverse Joseph's Coat" with us. I love the look! It's my new favourite technique! Here are the instructions, and I've attached thumbnails as well. There are larger versions of the cards in my gallery, if you want to see the pics up close.

1. Stamp the background image in your colour - it should be something that repeats, like text (I used the Mini Messages stamp set).
2. Randomly stamp your image with the Versamark pad - it should be something that has large, solid sections, such as the balloon, star, flower or heart.
3. Sprinkle clear embossing powder over your cardstock and it will stick to the Versamark ink.
4. Heat the embossing powder with your heat tool until the powder melts.
5. Once cool, ink up a piece of sponge with the same ink as in step 1 and gently rub over your cardstock. The ink will only show on the un-embossed sections of your card, making the embossed images seem white (it's like the ink-resist technique).

VOILA!

Hope those instructions are okay! Trust me, once you do it, you'll be hooked! I like it more than the regular Joseph's Coat technique!
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