07 November 2016

Challenge#63: November - Resistance! The twist is to tell us how you did it in your blog.

#63: Resistance 
TWIST use resistance technique and explain it in your blog

Prize (Random Number)

Don't forget you can be chosen as DT Favorite also

You can play with backgrounds and patterns; inks and paints; make the resist the main part or a part of your embellishments.........


Others are as well apparently!
Seen recently on
Are there any other sign posts out there that depicts the area like this one.

So, you are not the only one!

Seriously though, you can do this - there are lots of ways to make a resist - wax crayons; candle wax; rubber paint; embossing powders and ink; stencils .........

Tim Holtz does it a lot and there are lots of wonderful things on Pinterest to inspire you!

Just remember - NO STAMPS please

Our DT has some ideas as well to inspire your creativity

Background using oil pastels sprayed with textile inks.

Embossing resist

The circle is embossed through a stencil and using Versamark and EP before the inks were added for the background.

Well - there you go - easy-peasy!

Just add your entry to the Linky below - you have a month to enter


  1. :D Your photo made me laught, such a fab crossroad! Difficult choice to do :)
    The challenge theme is very inspiring!

  2. I love the look of resist and the DT cards are just beautiful. I also really enjoy the fun photos and sights of Australia that you share with us!

  3. Thanks for another out of my comfort zone challenge: I loved doing this and the DT inspirations have really inspired me too - thank you for that! Karen x

  4. I don't know if my interpretation of resistance is correct, I only use a stencil and Distress inks. If it isn't correct, please delete my link


Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. The Design Team really appreciate it. Have fun with the challenge.