Someone in a group was talking about crayon resist - and of course I was curious. So off to the internet I run to...finding what this is. I discovered that this is a great and very easy effect and the end result is great!! Here is the tutorial and followed with a video!
Beate from Split Coast Stampers.. created this tutorial - very easy to understand..enjoy!
- Neutral Cardstock, glossy or matte
- White Crayon (works with other colors as well)
- Dye ink
- Black Ink
- Stamps, Unity's Gratitude = Joy used here
- Coloring medium, Copics used here (optional)
- Sponges, or Brayer
- Paper Towel
Step 1Stamp an image in black or other dark ink.
Step 2 (Optional)Color image with as desired.
(Copic Markers YG23, YG25, YR65, YR68 used here)
Step 3Trim image to finished size.
(Label Four Nestabilities were used here.)
Step 4Apply white crayon to any area that should remain white.
- If you colored your image, apply crayon over all colored areas. It will keep the ink off.
Step 5Start sponging over your image with dye ink.
- Continue to sponge color until the entire piece of cardstock is covered.
Step 6Take a paper towel and buff image.
- It will take the ink off your crayon marks.
Step 7Finish your card.