Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Strip of Designer paper

Hello Stampers 
    Yes today is Wednesday and that bring us to Stampin'101 but no video for today. To be honest I don't want to mix this series with technique or any other thing then Stamping basic. So when I think of some basic I will add to the series so it will not be every Wednesday any more, I think I cover all the basic but I know I will still have some coming your way. If you are new to this blog and wonder what is the stampin'101 you can CLICK HERE to view my series of Stampin'101 if you scroll all the  way at the bottom that will be the first video of the series, This is a great series for beginner but I herd from many advance stamper that it was a great series for them too to refresh  the basic and many said even if they been stamping for many years, they still learn many great tip that didn't know about.
Now with all this said I will try to keep the Wednesday post for basic card and some time sketch. Today card is very basic but so great to use left over Designer Paper. Just use your little left over strip of designer paper and you have a perfect layout This card was design by Linda H. one of my team member. I did this card at our last show box swap. I always love to find way to use the left over DSP and this card is perfect for layout for left over. 
The stamping part of the vine and flower we use markers to add the ink so we get the 2 colors. I have How to stamp markers in the stampin 101 you can view the video HERE
 well my friends this wrap it up for today, till next time Happy stampin' 

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!

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