I am up on the My Sweet Petunia blog today showing how to use your MISTI to do some offset stamping! I know the coloring challenge is going on right now but I have really wanted to play with this Tropic Fever stamp set and do some stamping of florals as well.
I offset this stamp because I wanted to achieve a softer look. I first stamped the background from Tropic Fever with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I then shifted the card stock over and up 1/4" or one square up and one square over in my MISTI. I then inked the background stamp up again but this time with Simon Says Stamp White Pigment Ink. It might seem strange to emboss and then stamp but essentially this is a shifted embossed resist. I needed to do this because even with heat setting, it takes forever for white pigment ink to dry here in swampy Florida!
I have a video below showing how I did the offset stamping and the rest of the card making process.
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