Sunday, February 20, 2011

G is for Glue Resist Stamping

I am going to revisit some of the "G" techniques, while I was looking them up I came across this technique on Trish's blog that I hadn't done before "Glue Resist Stamping".
Stamp images on mat card stock and let ink dry.
Paint on a thin smooth coat of pva glue over the areas you want to keep white and let dry.
Then use pigment inks to color your piece. I decided to try Distress ink. Covered the piece with antique linen Distress ink.
Then used wild honey, tea dye, and brushed corduroy Distress inks to color in parts of the project. Used a baby wipe to wipe off the ink from the areas with the dry glue.
For the other piece, used Brilliance inks to color the piece.
Used dark blue Brilliance ink to color the edges and the coat of the main image. Used a baby wipe to wipe off the ink from the area with the dried glue.

I like this technique.

1 comment:

chrissy said...

Love how these turned out!