Thursday, January 28, 2010

Vintage Vogue using Joseph's Coat Technique


School is out today and possibly tomorrow in Edmond, Oklahoma due to a crazy ice storm that started this morning. It was hard to believe since it was almost 60 degrees yesterday. So, if you are snowed or iced in today, why not try a new technique?

This is a card I made at my upline, Rhonda G. - The Stampin' Bunny's January Technique Class. The technique was invented by Janine Tinklenberg aka Jan Tink and is called, Joseph's Coat Inside Out. I still have no idea why it is called that. It's kind of like emboss resist I think. We used the Vintage Vogue stamp set and Very Vintage wheel from the Occasions Mini. The butterfly is on a part of the wheel. So, when you start to roll your wheel, make sure the butterfly will be where you want it. You might want to practice on scratch paper first if you are not used to using stamping wheels.

First roll the wheel in Rich Razzleberry across the bottom of the card. Then roll it randomly at the top in several directions without re-inking so that it will be fainter. Next, sponge on Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery and Bashful Blue. Stamp the flowers and vine images in Versamark. Heat emboss with clear embossing powder. Last, randomly go over the edges with the brayer in Rich Razzleberry and Brocade Blue. Click on Jan Tink's name above for a complete tutorial. Her blog is hysterical!

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful! We HAVE to make that at the next stamp club! (not a question here:)

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  2. Wow! This is gorgeous!!! Love it! TYFS!

    chanda stehlik
    www.bellevuestampingclub.blogspot.com

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