Emboss Resist with the eBrush

Last week I traveled to Florida with Lisa Bearnson for the launch of the NEW eBrush airbrush machine by Craftwell. The show went fantastic! And everything sold out. But don’t worry, for those of you who are still looking into one for yourself, there is more stock coming. Yay! (Be sure to tune into HSN on June 11th!)

This machine is so much fun to use! I will be sharing the projects I created over the next little while, but today I wanted to share with you a project and tutorial that went up today on the HSN Blog.


For this page, I used clear embossing powder along with the eBrush to create the variegated pattern in the top left quadrant of this page. This technique is a lot of fun to do, and is actually quite simple. For full step-by-step photos be sure to stop by Lisa’s HSN Blog Post HERE.




Aren’t these cute papers and embellishments?! All of them are included in the Well-Versed Papercrafting Kit available at HSN … and guess what?! It’s even on sale right now. I love all of the papers, die cuts, chipboard pieces, and felt accents that are included in this kit. A lot of the pieces layer on top of each other to allow you to achieve a layered look, OR you can use them separately if you desire.





I had so much fun with this technique, that I decided to give it a go on a card.



The phrase on this card is also from the Well-Versed Papercrafting Kit. Sequins are a mix between Hazel & Ruby and Pebbles Inc. The green letter stickers are by Echo Park Paper, and the arrow stickers are by Freckled Fawn.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



4 thoughts on “Emboss Resist with the eBrush

  1. Super cool technique! I never would have thought of using sharpies and nail polish remover! It turned out so pretty and looks great on you layout! Your card is really cool too! 🙂


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