Dream Seeker Card featuring Joseph’s Coat Technique

By | June 24, 2019
Also featuring this week’s newly released stamp and die bundle called “DREAM SEEKER” from Spellbinders/Fun Stamper’s Journey!

Don’t you just love this stunning card created with the Dream Seeker stamp set and dies? I am absolutely in love with this new release!! It’s incredibly versatile and will work well to create inspiration, birthday, graduation cards and much more! To see all the new releases, head on over to the Spellbinders/FSJ website through my affiliate link, which uses cookies. There’s some great deals on bundles of new releases through 5/26/19!! I will receive a small commission from your purchase, which will help keep me in supplies to design & create tutorials for you. Now let’s get on to today’s tutorial!

I’m using a technique called Joseph’s Coat, a variation of resist embossing. Can you you believe the background on this card started off as a piece of Whip Cream cardstock? Hahaha! It’s okay, most people can’t!! But because explaining the written steps for Joseph’s Coat technique here would make for a very lengthy blog post, I decided to create a YouTube Video to show you how to create this one. You can find supplies listed below, so gather them and head on over to my YouTube channel (please subscribe & comment while you’re there), Laura Neumann. My video cut out partway through, so after watching part 1, be sure to watch the end in Part 2!

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Before you head over to YouTube and subscribe, I want to remind you to follow my blog here, on InstaGram laurascraftycreations2 and on my FB page: Laura’s Crafty Creations! Thanks so much for stopping in today! I hope you enjoy my YouTube video tutorial. Please leave a comment here as well as on YT! As always, Happy Crafting & Smiles! Laura

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