Friday, June 3, 2016

Stamping resist with Find-Tip Glue


 Hello Friends 
  Are you ready for a COOL technique? I learn this from Rachel T she told me it was not her original and gave me the name of who she learn this but for me that is where I learn it so shootout to Rachel! Thank YOU so much for inspire me so now I hope I can inspire my follower :) 
This technique is a like stamping resit but this time is using the Fine-tip glue. You will see in the video on my blog or my You Tube channel from start to finish. One thing that I found that is much easier is using a paint brush to apply the glue and it dry faster well here in the south it take so LONG to dry so I bet if you are in a dry climate it will dry much faster. **In the video I mention the stamp set the Sprinkle of Life that is the Ronald McDonald stamp wel sorry to say it was in the old catalog now we have a new set on the last page I'm a we bit late to post this video I was planing on this last Tuesday well what you plan and what you do sometime are different.
 I listed all supplies at the bottom note that I try in many different color card stock so you do NOT need all these color just pick your favorite combo
**measurement are 
-card base 8½ x 5½ fold in half I try in many color some are Daffodil Delight or Soft Sky or Whisper White
-color layer 5¼ x 4 again I try many colors, some in Basic Black or smoky slate
-Whisper White *** I prefer the heavy card stock 3-7/8 x 5-1/8








VIDEO



Supplies list




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3 comments:

  1. Thanks, French ie - I love seeing a new use for a product I use. Can you please tell me if I can use a heat gun to speed up drying? Also, what is the difference between this glue and glossy accents?

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  2. Yes, that is a great technique! Thanks to you & to Rachel for sharing!

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  3. Frenchie, I just love your cards! They are always so beautiful! Thanks for the inspirations!
    Claudia :)

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