Tuesday, August 23, 2011

WOW Technique with Bleach and Pastel

 WOOOOOOH WOW! Yes I think this is a wonderful technique and a big WOW. I love it! We did this at the Mega Christmas workshop, I know it's not a Christmas card but I always provide 2 fall card at this workshop. Okay what you need is Chocolate chip or Early Espresso card stock. Stamp your leaves with bleach, lets dry then using a cotton ball apply some pastel to add the colors on the leaves. You will see t=in the video how simple it is to do but turn out to be a WOW card. Trust me on this one it look so good in real like it's a must try it out! Come see the video and then go try it. PS after you stamp with bleach make sure you wash your stamp very good with hot water and dry it good.
 On this card I use Old Olive, Cajun Craze and Early Espresso card stock.



12 comments:

  1. France, these are GORGEOUS! love the effect - perfect for fall!

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  2. What a great technique and so easy but the card is beautiful! Thanks so much.

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  3. Your cards turned out so pretty!

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  4. WOW! Sooooo beautiful! LOVE this technique! The leaves are gorgeous! I've just recently found you, and have been enjoying your videos immensely. Thank you for taking the time to share with us.

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  5. Frenchie this is GREAT! I can't wait to try this...I have done bleaching but never added the chalks...

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  6. beautiful! I don't think we have bleach in Germany... do you know if it would work with anything else, like stain removers or something?
    Would love to try this cool effect..

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  7. What stamp set did u use? I love this card....
    Thank you

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  8. VERY COOL IDEA!!!TFS
    With Fall just around the corner I can't wait to try this. THANKS

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  9. Frenchie, I tried this technique and loved it!! I followed your instructions and used my wood block rubber stamps to do it. My cards turned out great!! QUESTION: Will the bleach ruin my clear stamps if I use them instead of the rubber ones? Just wondering. . . . .
    Sorry, I can't get my comment to post unless I use the anonymous button.
    Judy B.

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  10. Judy
    Sorry I don't have your e-mail clear is okay to use as long you wash them good
    Hope this help

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  11. Frenchie, This technique was SO MUCH fun!! I have tried it with some of my friends and we have been having a ball with it. Thank you so much for answering my question on here.
    Judy B.

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  12. Well my friend you did it again! Another beautiful card. You are the master of techniques! I LOVE IT! I hope I grow up to be like you someday LOL. Mary L.

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