I love that Clearsnap has made available very cool items like the Jen Goode “Hope” Rollagraph Stamp to raise awareness for Breast Cancer!
I have chosen to create a layout using the “Hope” Rollagraph Stamp to create a soft, and very pink emboss resist background!
I used very few supplies to create this layout! The background is not overwhelming, but the inking and embossing provides visual interest and texture.
Inking up the Rollagraph with ColorBox® Stephanie Barnard “Powdered Sugar” Pigment Ink, I randomly (but purposely) rolled the ribbon images in three spots. I heat set the images with ColorBox® White Embossing Powder. Of course, let the embossing cool before moving to the next step.
To keep the background light and airy, I used ColorBox® Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Ink Spray in “Bubblegum;” I applied the ink with a brush first-spritzing around the edges to soften the brush lines-wiping off the excess ink (on the embossed areas) with a wet wipe.
With a few splatters, the background is complete! This technique is a tried and true favorite, and the background color and stamp possibilities are endless! Give this technique a try and let us see what you come up with!
Be sure to come back to our blog all week long to see more DIY pink ribbon craft ideas.
- ColorBox® Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Ink Pad Mini “Bubblegum”
- ColorBox® Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Ink Sprays “Bubblegum”
- ColorBox® Stephanie Barnard Pigment Ink Pad “Powdered Sugar”
- ColorBox® White Embossing Powder
- Clearsnap “Hope” Rollagraph Jen Goode
- cardstock, printed paper, electronic die-cut, embellishments