Techniques on Tuesday: The Kissing Technique

This technique allows you to add a pattern from one stamp to another stamp. There are a number of ways to achieve the kissing technique. Kissing with one colour Kissing with two coloursKissing with a twist Supplies that you will need: Two stamp images - one with a solid image and the other with a … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: The Kissing Technique

Techniques on Tuesday: Folded Chevron

Today's technique is a little different in that there is no stamping. When I was surfing online looking for ways to use Designer Series Paper I discovered this technique thanks to Deb Valder for sharing this chevron folded pattern. Supplies that you will need: Paper Trimmer and Designer Series Paper. And card stock, stamps, ink … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Folded Chevron

Techniques on Tuesday: Inking Embossing Folders

By adding a little ink to your embossing folder before running it through the embossing machine you are able to come up with some very interesting backgrounds for your cards and paper crafting. Either side of the embossing folder will work, but I tend to use the smoother side more often. Let me show you … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Inking Embossing Folders

Techniques on Tuesday: Using Bleach

There are many ways to use bleach but have you ever thought or seen it used in paper crafting. I would like to show you a couple of different ways to use bleach with your red rubber stamps and heat embossed images. This technique is one of those WOW techniques!!! You will be amazed at … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Using Bleach

Techniques on Tuesday: Repetition Stamping

This technique helps you to create the illusion of movement with your stamping. It is great for stamps that have items that are moving or move. Supplies that you will need: stamps, inks and card stock. Step by Step Instructions Before you stamp your inked image workout which direction you are going to go with … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Repetition Stamping

Techniques on Tuesday: Baby Wipe Technique

This technique allows you to create a unique stamp pad from a baby wipe and several colours of ink refill. It's a simple and fun technique and the results are different every time. Today I'm going to show you two different ways to use this techniques so make sure you watch the video below to … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Baby Wipe Technique

Techniques on Tuesday: Colouring Embossing Paste

Sometimes we wish to add a little texture to our projects, embossing paste is a great way to do that. With this technique I will show you a few different ways that you can add some colour as well. Supplies that you will need: Embossing paste, palette knife. silicone mat, masks, pigment sprinkles, ink refill, … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Colouring Embossing Paste

Techniques on Tuesday: Starburst

Parisian Blooms Specialty DSP This technique is a way to use up some of the hordes, and off-cuts of Designer Series Paper (DSP) we all have laying around. Supplies that you will need: Designer Series Paper (DSP), paper trimmer, liquid glue, scissors, card stock and embellishments. Garden Lane DSP Step by Step Instructions First work … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Starburst

Techniques on Tuesday: Camouflage Background

This technique gives you a unique finish every time and it is background that works well for masculine cards. You just need to be able to scrunch up a perfectly good piece of card stock. Supplies you will need: light coloured card stock and 3 different coloured ink pads, stamps and embellishments to finish your … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Camouflage Background

Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Mother of Pearl

Another oldie but goodie for you today. Faux Mother of Pearl is a quick & easy techniques that gives you a nice subtle WOW!. This is another one of my favourites. You can just create a piece the size you need or you can create a whole sheet of A4 or even 12 x 12 … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Mother of Pearl