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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Crayon Resist

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


  1. Step 1

    Stamp an image in black or other dark ink.
  2. Step 2 (Optional)

    Color image with as desired.

    (Copic Markers YG23, YG25, YR65, YR68 used here)

  3. Step 3

    Trim image to finished size.

    (Label Four Nestabilities were used here.)
  4. Step 4

    Apply white crayon to any area that should remain white.
  5. If you colored your image, apply crayon over all colored areas. It will keep the ink off.
  6. Step 5

    Start sponging over your image with dye ink.
  7. Continue to sponge color until the entire piece of cardstock is covered.
  8. Step 6

    Take a paper towel and buff image.
  9. It will take the ink off your crayon marks.
  10. Step 7

    Finish your card.

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