Monday, November 7, 2016

Shading Definitely Dahlia How to Video


Hello Friends 
 ***FYI if you place an order with hostess code and didn't get the PDF yet please e mail me at frenchiestamps@hotmail.com I have a few order this past week and last month with NO CONTACT so I have no info to send you the PDF and a thank YOU card and I will explain how to fix your account and send you the PDF 
THANK YOU 
Are you still ready for 5 more video this week? 
Today video I will teach you how to shade color on the big definitely dahlia stamp. The best tip is to make sure to use a scrap paper to wipe the ink off the dauber in between use. Best to ink the entire flower with the lightest color then using the sponge dauber to had the other color. Top one I use daffodil delight for the main color then sponge with crumb cake. I love how this turn out and sweet sugarplum with crumb cake is another great combo. 
I listed all supplies for all the cards at the bottom but will list the color for each card under each one. 

Measurement 
-Card base 8½ x 5½ fold in half 
-first layer 5¼ x 4 
-Whisper white stamp piece 5 x 3¾ 

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Thank YOU and have a lovely week! 


Ink: daffodil delight and crumb cake 
Card stock: daffodil delight, Basic Black and Whisper white 

Ink: sweet sugarplum and crumb cake 
Card stock: sweet sugarplum and Whisper white 
Ink: Melon Mambo and sweet sugarplum 
Card stock:  Basic Black and Whisper white 

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Supplies↓



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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

17 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday! I love all your videos even though I don't comment often. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Another fun project to celebrate YOU! Thanks, dear one! I LOVE the inspiration and how enthusiastically you "teach" our wonderful craft! Sending more birthday hugs to you...Joanne H.

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  3. Love the Dahlia!!! So pretty and fun!

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  4. The Dahlia cards are beautiful! thanks for sharing
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  5. Great tips and ideas!

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  6. What a cool technique! I have the stamp set and have been using it "as is" which isn't bad, but this sends it to a new high!

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  7. Happy, Happy Birthday!!! I love your designs and your videos!!

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  8. Hey I think I would like to celebrate my birthday a whole week long. Hey, why not?
    This is fun.

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  9. HB Frenchie, I really love the sweet sugarplum card, my fav. color...Ann in Canada

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  10. Frenchie, You always show us ways to stretch our stamps. Love this 2-tone idea.

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  11. I like how you put the sentiment right in the middle of the flower.

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  12. I love this stamp and am just awed at what you did with it! Will have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing, Frenchie. And Happy Birthday wishes go out to you. Enjoy you birthday week!

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  13. Wishing you a very Happy Birthday from British Columbia, Canada. I so enjoy your ideas and videos. Thank you for sharing!

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  14. Oh these are amazing cards! Happy Birthday 2 u!
    Chris S.
    bncshannon5107@centurylink.net

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  15. Happy big five O Frenchie. You are such an inspiration to me. I've followed your blog for a very long time. You never cease to amaze me with your ideas. I love how you colored the Dahlia.

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  16. These cards are stunning....love it and what a great way to celebrate your birthday with a beautiful card....well done

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  17. I love all the colors you used for the Dahlia. I really like the way you used the crumb cake to give it a two tone look. The gold glitter in the center is beautiful. Great card, France.

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