How To: Use the versa mark resist technique with Stampin' Up!

Use the versa mark resist technique with Stampin' Up!

Our host Dawn teaches how to use the Versa Mark resist technique when stamping a card. Dawn teaches the technique on a Christmas card to create a snowflake background. The basic idea behind this technique is that the Versa Ink is clear and will resist any other ink you put down, so you can stamp a pattern and then go over with a flat coat of regular ink, and you will be left with a white pattern where you made the Versa Ink stamps. To complete this specific craft, you will need a Versa Mark ink pad, a brayer, a regular ink pad (she uses a light blue), glossy card stock and a snowflake stamper. This technique could be used with a wide variety of craft projects, so once you watch this video and get the technique down, you can use it for lots of applications.

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Love it, thanks Dawn, wish we could see your face too!

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