Resist Technique with 3D Gel with Caroline

Hi lovelies,

Caroline here today to share with you a fun step by step tutorial showing you how to create a resist technique with 3D gel and Lindy’s inks. I used 2 tones of gorgeous Lindy’s purple to make this one. I worked with both Starburst and Flat Fabio sprays one over each other for this unique effect. Let me show you!

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First, I started with 3d gel on a watercolor paper base over a stencil.

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Once my gel was totally dry, I colored over it with Flat fabio Frenchy’s pink pouf and a wet brush. This soft color is really awesome over white!

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I heated the ink with a heat gun to quickly dry it. Then I used art stones and glued them with the same 3d gel just around where I wanted to glue my picture.

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I moulded a frame with paper paste and once completely dry I colored it with Starburst Sweet violet purple teal.

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I played with the same color over my art stones.

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You can now see the results on my completed layout.

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Here’s some close-ups to see the details.

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That’s all for today, I hope you enjoyed this technique and give it a try!

Lindy’s products used: 

Others: Stencil: Kaisercraft, Badge: Cuts2luv, Chipboard: Dusty Attic, Diecuts: Les Créations Edith Cloutier.

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3 thoughts on “Resist Technique with 3D Gel with Caroline

  1. Love your layouts so much Caroline- they are always so elegant and really, really beautiful! I never worked with mat gel as a resist, so thank you for sharing that technique:) xo

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