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Old 01-11-2005, 01:48 PM   #1  
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Today there was a beautiful card in the gallery that uses versamark resist. Can someone tell me how to do this technique?

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I didn't see the card you noted, but I did a pretty neat thing in a stamp class (with my SU! demo) that I think would be called Versamark resist.

We stamped an image in black ink on white glossy cardstock and let it dry well. Then we used a versamark marker to highlight the stamped image. Then applied color with a sponge (directly from the stamp pad).

It was very cool-the color didn't stick to where the marker was.
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I think that this is the technique you are talking about (without seeing the card, of course).

Take your glossy CS and stamp an image on it with Versamark. Then take your brayer and ink it up and brayer on the whole piece of CS. The versamark will resist the ink and it will remain white.

This is pretty similar to the idea that cat posted. And you can do the same thing with white crayon!
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Thanks Cat and Martha. I'm going to try both these techniques.

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