VIDEO – Crayon Resist Technique

Another quick and easy technique which produces WOW results is the Crayon Resist Technique. Today, I have a old video and a new card to show you how simple it is to create this technique.


  • Supplies:
    • Stamps – Wonderful Romance
    • Card Stock – Blushing Bride, Mossy Meadow, Glossy White
    • Ink – Stazon Jet Black, Blushing Bride, Mint Macaron, Mossy Meadow
    • Accessories – Detailed Trio Punch, Silver Metallic Edge Ribbon, Well Written Framelits, Sponge Daubers, Dimensionals, Crayons
  • Measurements:
    • Card Base (Blushing Bride): 21cm x 14.8cm scored at 10.5cm (8½” x 5½” scored at 4¼”)
    • Mossy Meadow: 12cm x 7.5cm (4½” x 3″)
    • Glossy White: 11.5cm x 7cm (4¼” x 2¾”)
  • Instructions:
    • Stamp the images on Glossy White cardstock with Stazon Jet Black ink and allow to dry.
    • Use a crayon to outline the images.
    • Use inks with Sponge Daubers all over the cardstock.
    • Buff the panel with a paper towel to remove excess ink ad crayon.
    • Round the top left and bottom right corners of the glossy panel and also of the Mossy Meadow panel with the Detailed Trio Punch.
    • Attach the ribbon across the centre of the art panel, then attach the art panel to the Mossy Meadow layer.
    • Die cut sentiment and attach across the ribbon.
    • Stamp the small flower with Blushing Bride ink randomly over the card front.
    • Add layered art panel to the centre of the card base using Dimensionals.
  • Just a little decoration for the inside and envelope …

Here is the video with all the details:

You can see other projects that I have made with this technique here.

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