Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Crayon resist…



How come when we do a technique that we really love

then our brain (well my brain) turns to mush and we forget all about it!

Well, that is how I feel about Crayon Resist.  Now, name one person in

America with kids that doesn’t have access to a white crayon.LOL

If you have one you MUST try this or try it again! If you don’t have one…

Run and get one right away!!!

 What is so cool about this technique is it never comes out the same way twice.

Here are a few links to tutorials if you are a newbie to this!

My favorite:

Another good one!

You can even color the image first!

I didn’t think of that!

I am linking this card up to three different challenges today:

First is the great sketch over at CAS(E) this Sketch…


I hope they don’t mine that my panel is longer than it’s suppose to be. ?

Next, is CASology

the Cue word this time is FREE…isn’t that cool they don’t mean

Free to make what you want, but what your interpretation of FREE means to you.

Butterflies are Free to go where they please…that is for sure…plus the crayon resist technique is free as well…

because you are free to put on as much ink and or crayon as you wish.

Week 50 - Free

And last but not least…..

Addicted to Stamps and More…who does so happen have a “Free”

Anything Goes challenge this time.

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Now details of my card:

Glossy Cardstock

Stamps: Verve,sentiment- Butterfly, Heartfelt Creations Stamps

Ink: SU-Island Indigo

Tools: MS lace punch

Acc: Washi tape, brad

Thanks so much for your visit I always enjoy your comments!



I am going to go make another one so I WILL be back later!

8 thoughts on “Crayon resist…

  1. I love your crayon resist card. So pretty. I haven’t done that in years.

  2. WTG – this looks quite fabulous!

  3. Beautiful! It turned out just perfect. You are right…I had forgotten all about this technique too! Thanks for inspiring me to try it again and for sharing with us at ATSM this week. 🙂

  4. Awesome card Nancy. I also love this technique and forget to use it too. It’s got such a striking look to it, especially when you use such vibrant colors. Thanks for the reminder and the inspiration!

  5. what a lovely card… the butterflies are so pretty! thanks so much for playing along with CASology!

  6. Lovely card! I really like this technique too -thanks for reminding me of it and joining us at ATSM this week!

  7. Yum, yum and YUM! That is a winning technique and YOUR card just spiked it in the end ZONE!

  8. Wow! Love this technique and so your card. Will definitely give it a try. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Addicted to Stamps and more. Good luck.. 🙂

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