This technique is called Watercolor Emboss Resist. I pressed distress ink onto my craft sheet, spritzed it with water, then pressed a piece of watercolor paper down onto the ink. I dried the ink with my heat tool. Then embossed the stamp onto the watercolor paper and heat set it. The next step was to cover the piece with black ink using the direct method. Then wipe off the excess black ink. That raised the embossed image. I used a edge punch on the finished product. The colored cardstock is a scrap piece of Basic Grey. I used the brick embossing folder to emboss a piece of craft paper, then covered the raised bricks with Archival Brilliance Moonlight White ink and heat set it to dry since it is a pigment ink. The sentiment is from Hero Arts, punched with a SU punch.