Emboss Resist is a stamping technique that has been around for a long time but I have not used it in ages. It is a lot of fun and very easy to do, especially now with our Blending Brushes. All you need to do this technique is some Versamark, Clear Embossing Powder, a Heat Tool and a way to add some color.
To make this card I first stamped the leaf and seedlings in Versamark on Basic White card stock using the Soft Seedling stamp set that is in the Stampin’ Up!® 2022 July-December Mini Catalog. Then I sprinkled some Clear Embossing Powder on top, shook off the excess and heat set it with my Heat Tool. I added some Real Red, Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight ink with Blending Brushes. The ink does not change the color of the leaf because I sealed it with the embossing powder. It looks like I stamped it in white ink.
After adding the color to the card, I cut it out using the Deckled Rectangles dies. I cut out another using a larger size die in Basic White card stock and adhered both rectangles to a Pumpkin Pie card base. Then I stamped the sentiment from the Charming Sentiments stamp set in Memento Black Ink and cut it out using the coordinating die from Sentiment Silhouettes. You can purchase the Charming Sentiments stamp set and the Sentiment Silhouettes die set in a bundle and save 10%.