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Hey y'all!  Cat here with a little 'pictorial' for you this week!  Hope you enjoy! 

I believe the name of this technique is called "Acrylic Resist"  It was a technique I learned awhile ago and have not used it in forever!  So thought I'd share it with y'all today while I get to make another card with it too!  :D 

Ok, let's get rolling!

First, gather some goodies  together!  I have picked several to do, because when I do it with acrylic paints I like to have different pieces to save for later use.  In this pic I have 3 or 4 cuttlebug folders, and GKD cardstocks in White 120 lb, Black Onyx, and a coral color. 

Still gather my goodies to use!  :D 

Here I have added various paints to the embosed cardstocks.  Some of paint is acrylic and some distress ink paint dabbers.  Let dry completely!  you can use a heat gun, just do it on both sides so heat wont make it warp.

more painting!  :D

This piece has Tim Holtz distress paints on it.  Just waiting for them to dry! 

I decided to use this piece to make a card with.  At this point...sand!sand1sand1!!   But yes, that is what I was doing at this stage!  Now, at this point, after you get done sanding, you will need to dust it off pretty good.  And this is where you would take a stamp ink pad and kinda swipe or sponge onto the raised areas.    I chose not to add that step on this one because I liked how the white lettering looked.

In this picture I have my piece on top that I'm gonna put together  a card with.   You can see some of the others underneath there...(my pic has disappeared to where I show these better!  Ill take more to show and get uploaded later!) 

Im showing this to show that I stamped onto acetate with StayzOn ink to do an overlay on my background I created.

TaDa!!  all done up!  Ive added the sentiment.  Did some layering on it to give it more pop.  Added ribbon and flowers and also stamped out a few acetate butterfly and have added those too!

Ok, there ya go!  I hope you will give it a try!  I so love looking at everyone's work, it truly inspires me!! 

Go forth and Create!  AND have fun in doring so!!  :

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This looks like so much fun.....thanks for the great inspiration. I love your card, that overlay is GENIUS!!

I love doing backgroung techniques, and this one is amazing. Love the look thatbyoungot here. The overlay is certainly special, and I can see so many possibilities. Love your finished card.
That looks amazing

I have one container of distress ink and I think I will try this today.  Thanks for the inspiration and instructions

Oh this looks like so much fun....Thank you

Stunning result and an interesting technique to try. so many to try and so little time to play - sigh!

This technique really does look fun. Gonna have to try it. Thanks!

This is beautiful Cat. I love that technique you shared, and what wonderful inspiration this is! Thank you for do the tutorial this week! :). <3
Great tutorial!

Oh my word that is a beautiful creation Kathy!  I am inspired taking my coupons and buying paint tonight.  Love love love it

Cat I love your card and thanks so much for the tutorial.  I have some of the distress paints and never used them so I am anxious to give this a try, love learning new techniques, thanks!

Could I use Distress Stains instead of Distress Paints? I think I will give it a try!

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