Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Crayon Shattered Glass Video and Blog Candy

 Hello Friends 
  Important info before I tell you all about the crayon shattered glass technique.
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Now about this fun technique Crayon Shattered glass. Last week I show you how to do it with painter tape CLICK HERE to view. While I was working on that technique the light come on :) and wanted smaller shattered and I though of crayon resist so Voila!  The is very similar to the crayon resist technique but instead of highlighting or color a image we just draw so wacky line for our shattered. You will see in my video on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com how to make this card from start to finish.  
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I will have 2 winner for the blog candy this Friday. How can you get enter to win non of the stamp set, just leave a comment at the bottom of my post on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com and get one entry each day you leave a comment and if you place an online order you will get 2 entry for each order now till Friday and I will announce the winner Saturday. Good luck to you all and thank YOU for your support.
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40 comments:

  1. Love the card and video. I am going to have to give this one a try. I enjoy all your how to videos. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. wow I love this idea. I am going to have to go get one of my daughters crayons. Thank you for sharing this.

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  3. Hello, I like the idea with the crayon....years ago we called this crayon resist. thank you for reminding me.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  4. I definitely need to try the shattered glass technique. I think I want to try the one with the tape though since I love the look of the lines wide on one end and narrow on the other. Plus when I use crayons on a project I tend to get too cutesy.

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  5. Your demo tapes are the best. Crayon resist is a technique I am familiar with. Thanks for showing us this in a card. Great job

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  6. You always have something fresh and new in your posts! Want to try this broken glass look! Thanks for making the videos for us! Would love to win some blog candy!
    paulapoindexter@gmail.com

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  7. Awesome & beautiful! I can't wait to try this. I am going out to buy a white crayon today! I love the first one with painters tape too. It makes me think of sunlight shining through a forest onto the moose. Thank you Frenchie for the video's you send everyday! It is the first thing I look for each morning.
    You are so appreciated!
    Patricia

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  8. Interesting technique...I actually like the imagine on top of the crayon resist...I don't think I would clean up the areas that overlap the crayons.

    Thank you for your faithfulness in videos...look forward to them each day.

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  9. Like the card & technique. I just finished making a Grad gift card holder using the Grad money card holder video you made with Owl using Owl punch & branch using Bird punch. I added a grad cord made with twine to resemble the cord my daughter wore with her cap & gown. Thanks for giveaway chance.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  10. Thank you for all the info you share with us to help us create beautiful cards. I check your blog almost daily to find a new and exciting card to try and the directions also! Keep up the great work!

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  11. I like the idea of smaller thinner cracks. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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  12. Love your videos and ideas, keep them coming.

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  13. Love the technique - I will be sure to try it

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  14. This is a technique I will have to try. Love all your videos! I've learned a lot.

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  15. I saw this on a card, but I thought she had actually torn the paper. Thanks for sharing this idea - love it! I am going to have to give this a try!

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  16. I look forward to seeing your posts in my email box every morning :) Thanks for the chance at some blog candy--really like the stamp sets you chose! Thanks for all your stamping ideas & inspirations! Andrea H

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  17. I look forward to seeing your posts in my email box every morning :) Thanks for the chance at some blog candy--really like the stamp sets you chose! Thanks for all your stamping ideas & inspirations! Andrea H

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  18. Love your website! You inspire me to try different things----thank you so much.


    Rebecca in N.H.

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  19. Great card and technique. I enjoy all your videos and appreciate how you explain each step.

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  20. Always enjoy your videos -- You are a transplanted fellow Midwesterner just like me. You offer up so many different techniques for which I am thankful!

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  21. Dear Frenchie... I love to follow Your videos, You are so easy to follow, love Your littel UPSes but most of all I love Your accent.
    I live in Denmark, sorry not to bye my SU from You, I bye in Germany, that is closer to me.
    Keep the good ideas coming.
    LILLIAN

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  22. I like the crayon better my self also. I do like the sky idea.

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  23. Again another great idea. Will get busy and try this one today. I have enjoyed all the ideas and videos that you do. Please keep them coming. Thanks.

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  24. Frenchie...I love your blog I visit it everyday watch the videos and cruise ur site!!! So happy you are doing shares...can't wait to get them!!
    You are so talented!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  25. Love love love the crayon technique. I plan on trying that out real soon. TFS

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  26. Love this technique and the idea of using it as lightening is great. Will definitely have to try this. Thanks!

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  27. Frenchie, thanks for your videos. This looks like a fun idea. The card turned out very pretty.

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  28. Frenchie, I really like the crayon technique. I knew I was keeping my white crayon for some reason!! I watch your blog every day. Thank you for all your demonstrations.

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  29. Thanks for sharing your videos and cards. It helps me to try new & different techniques. I also appreciate the opportunity to win some blog candy

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  30. Beautiful card ~ love the technique !! Thank you for sharing your many talents. I made your money holder card from yesterday's post for my Granddaughter's 8th grade graduation. Love the style of card ~ great for any occasion.

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  31. Frenchie. This is a great technique! LOVE YOUR VIDEO'S. I watch every one of them. You rock! pat stewart

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  32. This technique is great. Thanks for the blog candy contest. You are not only talented...but FUN! BLESS YOU. Pat Stewart here

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  33. I will have to try this technique. I love the card.

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  34. Can't wait to try this idea, just need to buy some colors. Thank you

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  35. France, Thanks for the chance to win the blog candy. I enjoy your blog and look you up every day. You have so much inspiration and creativity to offer us. Thank you for teaching us how to use the Stampin Up products.

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  36. Thanks for the inspiration to try something new. Would love to win some candy!

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  37. Frenchie, I love your card designs and technique videos. So sorry to hear that your son was injured. I hope he heals up quickly!

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  38. Wow! What a COOL technique!!! :). Your card is beautiful, Frenchie!!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing and for the chance to win such yummy blog candy!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  39. Thank you for a chance to win the candy blog. Where do you come up with all these wonderful ideas? I have a special folder just for your card ideas.

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  40. Can you use this technique on colored paper or does it need to white paper?

    I LOVE YOUR WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks,
    TJ

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