Joseph Coat Technique

November 28, 2018 0 Comments

Hi all, Vicki here from All I Do Is Stamp.  Today I have a tutorial using the Joseph Coat Technique.

Here is the finished card:

I used Be the Change stamp set, along with the Poinsettia Tangle stamp set [with matching dies].


Here is the tutorial is for the background:

Step one; gather supplies; ink colors you want, along with a glossy card stock panel.


Step 2 – ink up the glossy card stock.  [No need to blend perfectly]

Step 3 – once inked, using Versamark ink, stamp the image over the panel, and emboss with clear embossing powder.

Step 4 Final Step – using black ink, sponge over the entire panel.  Take a rag, and wipe off the panel, [which will remove any ink on the embossed images].

Cool effect right?  So many possibilities with this technique!
Here is the final card again;
To finish off the card, I gold embossed the poinsettia image, and sponged with a couple of the same inks as the background. Using the smaller die, I cut out the center portion, and adhered it with dimension tape.  I added an embossed sentiment on vellum, and my card is finished.

Try this technique, it is really fun to do!

See ya next time~

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