Friday, February 27, 2015

Blendabilities on tiles

Hello stampers 
   OH! the wait is finally over. Normally I do NOT video tape what I stamp at live event but the tiles was such a big demand plus I share the picture at leadership plus a webinar that I did for Stampin'Up! so yes I took a little extra time to shoot this quick video. This technique is super quick. You can view the video on my blog or on my YouTube channel and if you choose to go to my YouTube channel you can subscribe to my video so each time that I download a video you will get notified, so this you will NOT miss any of my video plus you will be one of the first to have access.
Okay about the tile so many question here some Q & A 
  • Can I use gloss tile? You could be it will NOT last long it scratch off easy plus it don't stamp good it slide so easy when stamping
  • What kind of tile and where to get them? They are tumble stone tile *no glaze and I got them at Lowe's or Home Depot
  • Can I use our ink pad? The ink pad will wash off they are water base and if you seal the ink will run when you pray
  • What do I use to seal the tile? I use Krylon Matt Finish, Can I use glossy? that is a personal choice I don't like that glossy look plus it show the scratch to easy
  • Will the Blendie damage my stamp set? To be honest I can not answer this truthfully I only been using blendie on my stamp for about 4 to 5 month so in a long run I don't know but so fare it is good. it stain them but I always say if your stamp are not stain you didn't use them enough :) I make sure to wash them right away when I'm done my project. 
 Before I say to the next time I need to announce the winner of the 6pk of Lotus Blossom.......the winner is 
Bonnie D said...
"I love every single color that I've seen for the Lotus Blossom!"
So please Bonnie please send me your mailing address at and I will put them in the mail :) Thank YOU so much for all who left comments this week I love reading them plus it assure me that I'm not alone on this blog THANK YOU SO MUCH for your support.
Well this wrap it up till next time Happy stampin'
For the supplies list on these 2 CLICK HERE to have the complete list of supplies. The bigger one I just scribble the background with the blendies and stamp the image with stayon.

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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!


  1. Frenchie, you have the prettiest ideas and tiles.... where do you get your tiles from......


  2. Good morning Frenchie I am so excited that you taped a class could not sign on to any of the live classes. Thank you again. Love the tiles and another use for the blendabilities. You are awesome.

  3. Thanks Frenchie!! The tutorial was wonderful!

  4. Hi Frenchie, I watched your live video with the tiles but glad you made a regular video too! It helps to be reminded as to what to do! Thanks!

  5. I had trouble with the sound again, and was really looking forward to seeing your technique for the tiles. I was so happy to see that you taped your live class! Thank You so much, Frenchie!


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