Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Stamping 101 Technique Blog Hop
Thumping

Stamping 101 TechniqueThumping, Dragonfly Dream, Stampin'Up!



Hello Friends 
  Time for a blog hop. This month Stamping Technique 101 is all about thumping. Well I was not sure if photopolymer stamps would work so I test it and VOILA! it work. Sometime using marker with photopolymer it's not as crisp image then red rubber but for this technique it work great. A detail stamp work best for this technique.
I have a video for you that you can find at the bottom of my blog post today on my blog HERE. ***If you are getting my post by e mail some server will NOT include the video so make sure to visit my blog to get all detail or you can always find my video on my You Tube Channel.
In the video you will see from start to finish on how I did this card and the technique. The markers that I use are Crushed Carey, Island Indigo and very little of Garden Green. Remember that yellow and blue make green so only use very little of the green marker cause you will have plenty of green tone with the yellow and blue. 


Stamping 101 TechniqueThumping, Dragonfly Dream, Stampin'Up!
Measurement 
-Whisper White 8½ x 5½ fold in half card base 
-Island Indigo 5¼ x 4 emboss with Hexagons Dynamic Folder 
-Island Indigo 3½ oval the large one
-Whisper White Scallop Oval 3½ the larger one 
-Whisper White 4 x ¾ 

*if you notice the lovely glitter enamel dots these will be coming out in the new catalog on June 1st trust me you want to add them into your wishes list they are beautiful and not bulky so perfect for cards that goes in the mail. 

Well my friends make sure to scroll down to hop around and see the beautiful work of our Stamping technique 101 global. 



First stop at Sandi the awesome talented Canadian. 

Have a lovely day!

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!

9 comments:

  1. Awesome card France! Great video tutorial!

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  2. whoo hoo, I tried it on that stamp too, it worked great....Lovely card my friend

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  3. Lovely card and video! You make it look so easy.

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  4. Love this technique! You do make it look so easy!

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  5. So darn cute and love how it turned out---love your videos and look forward to them as well as online class. Donna Sicafuse--loved all the cards made in each blog.

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  6. Thanks for sharing this new technique--can't wait to give it a try!

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  7. What an awesome idea!!! Love it!!!

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