This weeks technique is one that can take on many different looks just by changing the colors you use. This was one of the first techniques I learned when I started stamping 15 years ago – I urge you beginning stampers to give it a try. When I learned to do this technique I learned on glossy cardstock and used a Kaliedascope pad. Since then I have experimented with different inks, papers and ways to get the variety of colors in the background. This week I am sharing how to do Joseph’s Coat using 3 colors of ink, our Whisper White cardstock and a rubber brayer. Next week I will share how to do it with sponge daubers. Let’s get started!
This card is so bright & bold in real life! The “twist” to this technique is that I stamped the leaves. In the basic Josephs Coat technique you just brayer the color onto the card base.
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