Topical Tuesday Video (tt014)

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in Annabelle Stamps, Video tutorial | 7 comments

Hi everyone,

Today I have a video to share with you that I have created for AnnaBelle Stamps. To view it you will have to head over to the Stamp, Embellish, Create site at AnnaBelle Stamps and click on the link.

I decided to create a card using the tapped embossed resist technique. Previously I used this technique to create these cards, so I decided to show you how I did this – just changing up the final product a bit (as I find it hard to make the same card twice!) Go here to view the video.


Stamps: AnnaBelle Stamps “Fanciful Flowers” stamp set

Ink: Versafine – Onyx Black, Distress Inks – Fired Brick, Spiced Marmalade

Card: AnnaBelle Stamps smooth white card stock

Other Supplies: AnnaBelle Stamps clear embossing powder, heat tool, anti-static pillow, My Mind’s Eye Lost and Found paper pack, foam dimensionals, AnnaBelle Stamps 3mm and 4mm pearls, Tombow adhesive, blending tool, Spellbinders Labels 8 die, Cuttlebug, Martha Stewart Score Board, scoring stylus

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find the time to give this technique a try,



  1. Watched your video and loved it Marion! What a wonderful technique—I’m going to have to give it a try! This card is incredibly BEAUTIFUL! I just ADORE your style!

  2. Ditto to everything Jackie said – fabulous video and card Marion 🙂

  3. Inspiring as always, Marion! I love it so much I immediately played with the design & technique myself and am quite happy with the results. Looking forward to everything else you have share :-). Thank you.

  4. stunning! you are a hive of fabulous inspiration! 🙂

  5. I never think to clear emboss on PP… it’s a fab technique :0)
    Great colours for the inking, your card is fantastic.
    Jenny x

  6. gorgeous. I will have to watch how you did this a little later, but I must try this! the result is just stunning.

  7. How is the back sheet attached to the front card? It looks like two cards are cut but I can’t tell how the back side is attached – thanks for the help;.

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