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Posted by on Aug 19, 2020 in Embossing, Faux Batik, Heat Embossing | 41 comments

Autumn Weather with the Inking Royalty

Welcome to the Inking Royalty’s August Blog Hop! During this year’s blog hops, we are enjoying a year of celebrations. This month’s projects celebrate Autumn Weather, so prepare yourself for projects that are filled with warm tones and beautiful nods to the upcoming change in weather. We are excited to share our creations with you today! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

You guys know me well enough by now that you know I kinda take a different approach to the blog hop themes. This month is all about Autumn weather.   Fall is a beautiful time of year. We have football, pumpkins, apples, and leaves changing.  I’m sharing with you one of my favorite techniques that reminds me of leaf rubbings.  It doesn’t really look like leaf rubbings but, the technique is beautiful with leaf imagines. Something about the process completely reminded me of leaf rubbings.  I have not done Faux batik in a long time! So, it was definitely time to pull it out of the vault and play.

In thinking about which stamp set to use I landed upon the newish, Forever Fern stamp set. A few reasons why I chose this stamp set.  1. I have had the most success with the Faux Batik technique when using solid images.   2. This stamp set is beautiful!

Forever Fern

Forever Fern stamp set

This red rubber Distinktive style of stamp is so much fun to use!  I really love red rubber stamps and it really makes me happy that Stampin’ Up! has this awesome line of stamps

There are several steps to the Faux Batik technique.  Basically, you stamp the image on tissue paper with versa mark ink. Then heat emboss the image.  I often use metallic embossing powder. But, that is not necessary.  The next step is to use a baby wipe to add ink to the image as it is layered over shimmery white paper.  To see specific instructions please check out this post!

The card base is stamped using the Very Versital stamp set! I truly adore this stamp set! I always tend to overdo the grunge/ vintage look. As you can see above.  But, seriously, overdone it is still pretty

Very versatile

Very versatile stamp set

If you don’t have this beautiful stamp set you need it!  I used early espresso, mint macaron, and silver ink to create the background.  I also did a little sponging with Mango Melody   The thinking of you stamp was in my Very Versital stamp case. So, I really have no idea where it belongs. At the time I thought it was in the right place.

Each of your comments makes me smile! Please, comment HERE.

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group – and you don’t want to miss it! If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  3. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  4. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations
  5. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  6. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  7. Rachel Brumley at Artistic Designs by Rachel
  8. Robbye Hamilton at Miss Hammie’s Crafts
  9. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  10. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  11. Joanne Brown at Stamping with JoJo
  12. Sheryl Abernathy at Elegant Sentiments
  13. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin
  14. Linda Krueger at The Stamp Coach
  15. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  16. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie
  17. Ann Murray at Murray Stamps Ink

I’m so glad you have taken the time to hop along with us today!  Please take the time to continue to hop along! I know everyone will have many beautiful autumn inspiration for you!  Remember to always find a moment in your day to be creative!

Peace my loves-

Jennifer

41 Comments

  1. Oh My! I think this is the prettiest card ever!!

    • Thank you!

    • Thanks, Deb!

  2. Gorgeous! The colors are very pretty, and this is literally “pretty as a picture”. It looks like something that would hand on a wall. Thanks for the instructions also – I want to give this a try.

    • Linda thank you so much for the kind words! Please share if you try this technique

  3. Absolutely adore this card. Your background on the card panel is PERFECT. Dabbing on the ink using a baby wipe is brilliant!

    • Ann, thank you so much!

  4. An absolute stunner, Jennifer! I love every single thing about this card! ♥

    • Thank you so much, Brian!

  5. I love this card! It’s so soft and pretty! L

    • Thank you!

  6. Jennifer this card is absolutely. gorgeous. I love everything about it. Awesome job.

    • Thank you!

  7. This is not overdone at all, Jennifer! It’s absolutely gorgeous!!!

    • Thank you!

  8. Your card is stunning!

    • Thanks!!

  9. Wow! Gorgeous card! Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you!

  10. Blew me away! What a gorgeous creation

    • Thank you! It was a lot of fun to revisit this technique

  11. Jennifer, your card is stunning! Those 2 stamp sets go so well together. The faux batik looks lovely.

    • Thank you so much!

  12. Oh Jennifer, this is so stunning and a work of art! So many techniques that came together so beautifully.

    • Hi Pam! I miss you, love! Thank you for the kind words

  13. Wow! This card blows my mind!!! I am definitely going to have to learn this technique!!!

    • Joanne it is such a fun technique! I hope you will share what you create when you give it a try! Thanks for the kind words

  14. Beautiful card!

    • Thanks!

  15. Beautiful card! Love the colors!

  16. Gorgeous! I don’t think it’s overdone at all. Love that you used the die cut as a stencil!

    • Thank you Sue!

  17. Love grunge/ vintage. Not overdone. Love this card!

    • Thank you! Grunge always feels out of my wheelhouse. I’m so glad you liked it!

  18. Stunning card! Love the colors and design.

    • Thank you!

  19. Beautiful! I love the focal piece, the faux batik, but the background card base is a masterpiece in itself! Wonderful creation; thanks for sharing your work.

    • Thank you so much!!

  20. Ooooo a technique that I don’t remember ever doing?!? NICE!! Plus, the card is very lovely- I don’t think it’s overdone at all. 🙂

  21. Amazingly beautiful card. I have got to check out this technique. It’s just stunning. Thanks for the inspiration!

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