Tuesday, October 1, 2013

White Wach with Gently Falling

Hello Friends
  Cool technique today call White Wash that I learn from Deb Valder. This is similar to White Craft Color that I show a moth or two ago. To view the White Craft technique CLICK HERE. So the big tip on this one is to apply a light coat of white craft ink with the aqua painter so just a wash then outline some color with marker and "PICK" the color with blender pen. You will see in the view on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com what it's all about. Here the supplies I use for this card and technique
  • Stamp sets: Gently Falling wood #128430 clear #123804, Truly Grateful wood #131730 Clear #131733
  • Embossing Folder Pretty Print #132175 
  • Early Espresso Powder #128980
  • Aqua Painter #103954
  • Blender Pen #102845
  • White Craft ink refiled #101780
  • Marker of your choice I use Cajun Craze, Pear Pizzazz, Crush Curry 
  • Card stock: Old Olive, Cajun Craze, Early Espresso and White 
Well my friends this is it for today share. Now tomorrow I will announce the new class in the mail for October. Today I been working on many class that I will be offering in the coming months, I will have a Turkey center piece coming this month local and in the mail, Stamp a stack soon, Brrrr Banner in November in the mail and local, calendar/card by mail and local so yes I been busy designing yesterday and today will be working on more :)   so stay tune for more info on all class. i said I was full time in my stamping business so that come with lots more class in the coming months :) so excited!!!
FYI tomorrow will be the kick off of my new series of Basic Stamping so what do you think I should call it?
* Stamping 101
* BS Basic Stamping
* Beginner Stamper 
* Paper, Ink, Stamp
 





3 comments:

  1. Love this technique. I will try it today. So simple and beautiful.

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  2. I love your blog. You are such a talented lady and so muchfun on your videos. I think you should call your new basic stamping series "Stamping 101". I look forward to seeing it so I might learn something new. Keep up the great work!

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  3. Great technique, thanks for sharing it with us!

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