Melissa made these cards about a year ago and she also sent me a project sheet for the technique ~ Joseph's Coat. It was in my emails and I never shared it with you ~ I feel so bad. So sorry, Melissa. Here is the project sheet ~ try the technique using a stamp set with Fall leaves (similar to the one Melissa created) and send a picture of your creation. Both Melissa and I would love to see it!!!
Today I wanted to share with you the no line watercoloring technique. I can't wait to try it but I don't have the stamp set, Better With You, yet. You can find it on page 169 in the catalog. Take a look:
I hope you enjoyed it and will give it a try. I would love to see any samples that you create using this technique. Enjoy!
From Stampin' Up! ArtisanDesgnTeam Member Linda Van Wely-Zwolle @STAMPINWITHLIZDESIGN: “Having trouble sometimes creating a background with a watercolor image? With this tip you will have a lot of fun! A simple way to create a gorgeous background using a plastic bag and Watercolor Paper or Shimmery White Paper. Spritz some water on your paper with a Stampin’ Spritzer, create a ball of your plastic bag and dip it on your Classic Ink Pad. Then, apply the ink on your paper. You get the best result by drying your paper with a Heat Tool and applying one or two more layers doing the same. Every background will be unique! Have fun!” #ADTTipsAndTricks #TechniqueTuesday
ANIMAL OUTING stamp set, page 27, Stampin' Up! 2018-19 Catalog.
I wanted to share the great swaps from our last team meeting on May 12th. The challenge was to use a technique and share how it was done. I will add the name of the creator of the card and the technique next to it. Cards will continue tomorrow with the winner (voted the best by the team members) ~ Karen Benton.
Kathy Ann Winter Rogers ~ Marker on the stampMarie Shaughnessy ~ Black Ice
Today's stamp club project starts with a white crayon and a pretty array of roses stamped in Memento ink. If you would be interested in a craft project once a month please let me know ~ I have morning, afternoon or evening groups getting together and enjoying craft projects ~ and, each other, every month! This technique is called CRAYON RESIST and is done on glossy white paper. The crayon goes on first and is covered with various inks before being wiped off with a soft cloth.
Thanks for stopping by! Susan Elise
Last weekend at our monthly meeting one member of my demonstrator team, Geri Foster, demonstrated an interesting diagonal fold card that I thought you would be interested in. She created a PDF that I shared this afternoon on the STARS FB page and I wanted to share it with you. Print it off and have a good time ~ any stamp set or Designer Series Paper will work ~ share your creation with me and I will post it here!
This technique is such a popular one and an easy one if you have been fortunate enough to have a BIG SHOT Die-Cutting Machine (143263 on page 209 in the Stampin' Up! catalog) and the Large Letters Framelits (141712 in page 215). Brandi is here to tell us all about it. Let me know if you have questions. Send me an email with your creative Valentine designs using this technique (LOVE is the perfect word to use!) I will send you a Valentine in February! Thanks for stopping by, Susan Elise
Embossing Paste = adding texture to your creative projects. I haven't used the paste very often this Fall but I would like to so I thought I would invite you to join me ~ after Christmas ~ on Friday afternoon & evening to stop by the Cat/Art Studio to try this technique. Have you received your brand new Occasions Catalog? Did you notice the new Embossing Paste on page 15? Of course I know you have checked out page 201 in the annual catalog ~ masks, paste and knives. Plan to join me the afternoon of December 29 from 3 to 5 or evening from 7 to 9 to try some for yourself. Let me know if you can come ~ this is not a class but a brief 'try it' embossing lesson.
Stampin' Up! is carrying GLOSSY CARDSTOCK (page 194) once again (it was included in the annual catalog years ago). It's back! One of the techniques that works well with this cardstock is called POLISHED STONE. The leaves on the card above are created with this technique ~ you will need your ink refills and cotton balls. Print out the directions below.
Happy Sunday! Do you have a little time to craft this afternoon? If so, you are going to love this technique video from Stampin' Up! Get out those stamp sets with the beautiful Fall leaves and get creative! If you try this technique, be sure and send me a picture of your creation so that I can share it with those who check my blog ~ I'll send you a surprise in the mail!