Clear Emboss Resist Technique for Light it Up Blue Blog Hop

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Today I am participating in the “Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness” blog hop and I’m one of the sponsors!  Raising awareness for WHAT Autism and Aspergers IS and how it shows up in different people is close to my heart.

In the video, I’ll talk about this a bit more, then I’ll make this card using the:

Clear Emboss Resist Technique Video Tutorial

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I love when I can stretch a card design and go from simple to still simple but adding techniques!

The card base is 4-1/4 x 11, the black layer is 4 x 5-1/4 and the white layer on top is 3-3/4 x 5.

Stamp the images, add clear embossing powder, heat, then spray water on your cardstock.  Make a color palette with Distress Inks and add color with a water brush.  It’s THAT easy!

Clear emboss resist technique

There is a big ole blog hop going on for Light It Up Blue - click here to check it out!

What is Aspergers Syndrome?  In a nutshell, it’s basically a (big) gap between intellectual skills and social skills.  In school, the child with Aspergers sails through…grade-wise.

Socially?  Things are much harder.  Starting conversations, engaging in conversations and making friends is a challenge for a child with Aspergers.  Actually, a large social circle isn’t even what a child with Aspergers wants.  A few close friends, or even “compartmentalized” friends is much preferred (there are neighborhood friends, sports friends, school friends…and they do not cross).

A child with Aspergers may not pick up on social cues, look like s/he is engaged in a conversation, and even look like they are not having fun (when in fact, they are having a great time!).

Aspergers is a wide-spectrum disorder…meaning, there is a long list of symptoms, but those symptoms can vary widely between people.  Just because a child isn’t exhibiting all the signs and symptoms, doesn’t mean they don’t have it.

We may not even be talking about your child.  Not everyone is made the same, so the next time you see a child, teen or even an adult that is quiet, doesn’t look you in the eye, or doesn’t meet your expectations of social behaviors…they may have Autism or Aspergers.

If you’d like to learn more, check out these resources:

 

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Have a fabulous day!

  • D~DesignsByDragonfly April 4, 2015, 2:16 pm

    I loVe your beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing them and for the technique video.
    Thanks for sponsoring and helping to raise Autism Awareness.
    Crafty hugs,
    Dawn
    DesignsbyDragonfly {blogspot}

  • Lynn Hardy April 4, 2015, 11:11 pm

    I love you blue card – I also used Distress inks for mine (#131). Thank you for sponsoring the hop too – it’s much appreciated!

  • Lynn Hardy April 4, 2015, 11:38 pm

    Just lovely!

  • shartl April 5, 2015, 12:08 am

    Love the clear resist technique for a soft and dreamy look!

  • Denise Bryant April 5, 2015, 12:08 am

    Beautiful card! I enjoyed the video and gave it a thumb’s up!

  • TracyM #6773 April 5, 2015, 8:40 am

    DELIGHTFUL cards, INTERESTING insight in things to look out for and FABULOUS tutorial Catherine!!! I am always fascinated seeing distress inks in action :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and for being a sponsor of this AMAZING event for a great cause :)

  • Christine Dring April 5, 2015, 11:38 am

    Wow! Beautiful cards! Thank you so much for being a sponsor to this amazing blog hop!

  • Helen F. April 5, 2015, 2:16 pm

    Beautiful cards! Thank you for sharing this video!

  • Ashley N Newell April 5, 2015, 6:47 pm

    This is gorgeous! Thanks for the video and tips!

  • Lucy E. April 5, 2015, 9:18 pm

    Your card is awesome!
    Thanks for the tutorial and for
    sponsoring the Light it Up Blue
    blog hop :-)

  • deena April 5, 2015, 10:12 pm

    What a fabulous card. So glad to participate in such a fun and talented way to raise awareness.

  • Teresa April 6, 2015, 7:51 pm

    Another inspiration. Thanks

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