For this week’s Tutorial from the Archives I picked the Wax paper Resist technique. The tutorial needed a major overhaul. It was one of the earlier ones I had created forSplitcoast. For my new sample I used Technique Tuesday’s Wingin’ It stamp set.

The background was sponged with Broken China Distress ink and cut and embossed  with Label 14 Nestabilities die. It was adhered to a bigger piece of black cardstock and hand cut. The wax paper layer edge was paper pierced. The sentiment was stamped on t the lower left of the label with Black Stazon.

For the butterfly I sponged the waxed background with Wild Honey Distress ink. The butterfly was stamped with black Stazon. After it was dry it was cut out and the edges were sponged with Barn Door Distress ink. The image was adhered to the upper right hand corner. A bow out of orange ribbon was topped with a black Recollection brad and adhered to the lower left of the label.

The card base is a 4 1/2″ x 9″ piece of Pumpkin pie cardstock folded in half. A 3 3/4″ square of Neenah Solar White cardstock was embossed with Provocraft’s Polka dot Embossing folder and stitched to a 3/16″ bigger piece of Black cardstock. Three Black Kaisercraft Rhinestones were adhered to the upper right hand corner.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

24 Responses to “Video Tutorial – Wax Paper Resist”

  1. you are amazing – everything seems so easy – I sit and stare at papers and stamps for hours … and you always have something beautiful to share.
    thank you for the inspiration.
    Sandra ltb

  2. GORGEOUS my friend! FAB technique and I ADORE your color combo and layout!!!

  3. Another gorgeous card! Love that butterfly!

  4. This is beautiful Beate and something I’m looking forward to trying very soon!

    Many Blessings,

  5. awww, wonderful card Beate, love the happy colors, love your stitching…and the butterfly…Hugs and happy day…;)

  6. Now, I just know that if I keep coming here every day, and paying very close attention to you, I will someday be amazing too! Wowzers, Beate – another gorgeous card! Love this technique – never think to use it! Thanks once again for being an inspiration!

  7. This is beautiful! The butterfly is gorgeous! I’ll have to give that technique a try one of these days!

  8. Beate, this is beautiful. I’ll be watching the tutorial for sure – tomorrow afternoon when I’m not working. Gorgeous card!

  9. This is gorgeous…all the black really makes it POP!!

  10. Beautiful Beate! My goodness you have been a busy girl since I last commented…sry..lots going on lately…As always, you give me inspiration every time I visit and I thank you for that. Dag Nab It…just wish I had more time…but again, I can always come back and visit and try some of your wonderful creations 🙂

  11. This is so pretty! Love the color combo you used.

  12. gorgeous colors and your butterfly looks amazing! this is a beauty, Beate! have to find out how you made those pretty paper!!

  13. Beautiful! I have never tried this! Must check to see if I have waxed paper 😉 Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  14. Inspiring sentiment … inspiring card.

  15. Brilliant technique! Can’t wait to try it! Thank you SO much!

  16. great colors here, Beate. LOVE the orange with the aqua and the pop of black. gorgeous!

  17. very pretty effect, really like the background and the two tone on the butterlfy!

  18. What a perfect technique for a butterfly…you are brilliant! This is gorgeous!!

  19. Thank you Beate for another fab and easy to follow video x

  20. Oh wow! This looks great! Haven’t seen the tutorial yet, but will as soon as the kids are in dreamland!

  21. whoever would have thought that kitchen wax paper could be such a lovely tool!

  22. Gorgeous as always!

  23. What an awesome technique! will definitely try it out:-) Thanks for sharing…

  24. I love this card — so pretty! I’m inspired to get my wax paper out and try this technique again! Thanks!!!

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