When Nichole challenged the PaperTrey Ink senior team to a resist technique, I had to reach way back into my early stamping days to come up with something. I chose Versamark resist on glossy cardstock, stamping two of the flowers from Beautiful Blooms with Versamark on white glossy cardstock, then using a brayer to apply Sweet Blush ink on top of the stamped flowers. When I had an even coat of ink, I used a tissue to rub the Versamark residue off of the cardstock, then stamped the centers of the larger flowers in Sweet Blush ink as well.
For the sentiment, Sweet Blush was a bit light, and Berry Sorbet was a bit dark since the rest of my card was overall so light, so I inked my stamp first with Sweet Blush, then tapped it in Berry Sorbet. This gave me a better value ink for the sentiment. I used a Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Die to cut and emboss the tag, then tied it on with Sweet Blush Stitched Grosgrain.
I can't wait to see what the other players cooked up--bet it's irresistible! ;-)
Stamps: Beautiful Blooms (PaperTrey Ink)
Ink: Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet (PTI)
Cardstock: white glossy cardstock; Sweet Blush and Stamper's Select White (PaperTrey Ink)
Accessories: clear rhinestones (Hero arts), Sweet Blush Stitched Grosgrain (PaperTrey Ink)
Tools: Ribbon Tag Die (Spellbinders Paper Arts Company); Ticket Corner Punch (Stampin' Up)