Archive for the ‘Stamping Techniques’ Category

Just saying hello as I’ve been missing from blog land for so long. Hopefully you’ve all been doing lots of crafting while I’ve been gone because I have 🙂  And here is a little sneak peek of a card I’ve just completed. I’m having my first ever “team meeting” on Wednesday with the other demonstrators […]

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I promised I’d be back tomorrow to show you how to tie a bow but seeing as I’ve done the video already, I thought I’ld put it up before I chickened out. For those that know me, you’ll know that I am shy and every time I do a workshop or class I am nervous! […]


We’re up to part 3, the final video, in the Starter Kit Techniques videos.  If you missed the previous videos, simply go back to Part 1 or Part 2 to watch how easy it is to use your Stampin’ Up! products. To finish off the series, here is the third video: And one final reminder […]


I hope you liked the first video in this three part series.  I did 🙂 Were you inspired to use the techniques demonstrated?  Or did you make the projects that were shown?  If you missed it, go back and check it out. But first have a look at the second video from Stampin’ Up! to […]


I have a friend (you know who you are lol) who doesn’t have a huge supply of Stampin’ Up! products.  I was like this too when I first signed up as a demonstrator and I felt really inadequate compared to all the other beautiful examples that I found online.  I just wanted it all and […]


Paper Tole

08Aug09

I have a confession to make, I secretly love paper tole.  Paper Tole is the technique of layering multiple copies of an image together to form a 3 dimensional version of the picture.  Sometimes it can be a bit cluttered and too grandma-ish (no offense to any Grandma’s reading this) but the time and skill […]


I had to use my fifth avenue floral set again because it has been collecting dust and also wanted to show you all another stamping technique.  The technique I have used is called crayon resist and really gives some awesome highlights and detail to an image. I started with a plain piece of glossy white […]