Joseph’s Coat Technique has been around forever and is a really fun technique! However, since I love Copper embossing I wanted to add that for a Twist!
This card looks more like the Fall Foliage that I saw on my trip!
Falling for Leaves Stamp Set
Love What You Do Stamp Set
Crushed Curry card base 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored and folded at 4 1/2″
Very Vanilla layer 4″ x 5 1/4″
Ink Pads – Cherry Cobbler, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Early Espresso, Versamark
Emboss Powder – Clear and Copper
1/4″ Copper Trim
Don’t you just love these colors! Remember you can use any colors! I do recommend only three for the sponging part unless you use sponge daubers to add your color. The more ink you add the brighter your colors will be.
On the video I stress to you the importance of letting all of the ink dry and I share what happens if you don’t. This beautiful technique takes a little time but it is worth it. I mention too that you should make several of these at once and have them on hand. You can simply add the sentiment’s as you need them for any occasion!
Enjoy the Joseph’s Coat Technique with a Copper Twist Video Tutorial:
Don’t you think this Joseph’s Coat Technique card will make a great man card with the colors and simple leaves? Anyone who gets this card from you will wonder how you made it because it is so unique!
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