It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Did you know that an accent or larger stamp can be used to create a background? Check out what I did here with the new Country Floral Stamp Set. Happy Crafting! With inky fingers, Joni 🙂
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Using Accents for Focal Pieces
It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I want to show you how to use an accent for a focal piece. In the new Mini Catalog on pages 8-9 there is a Valentine’s Day collection called Country Floral. I want to show you how the hearts in this set can be used with other sets (Adorable Owls inContinue reading “Using Accents for Focal Pieces”
When erasers become stamps.
It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Did you know that those pencil erasers that are hard and crunchy are great? I have not lost my mind. When the top of the pencil no longer erases it becomes a perfect stamp. Since it is no longer softContinue reading “When erasers become stamps.”
Using a pencil eraser for a stamp.
It’s Technique Tuesday! Today’s technique is a bit different. Take a flat pencil eraser and dip in the ink pad. Make any pattern you like. This can become a background, accent piece, and anything else you can imagine. For tomorrow’s create with me section of the Live we will be creating something similar to this.Continue reading “Using a pencil eraser for a stamp.”
Using scraps for an accent.
It’s Technique Tuesday! Today’s technique is rather easy but I don’t know if you have thought of it. Take your scraps and create a focal point or accent. To create a shape use washi tape or a die to create a stencil. All you need is a good pair of scissors and a box ofContinue reading “Using scraps for an accent.”
Swirl with a purpose.
It’s Technique Tuesday! There are several ways to sponge. You can take a sponge and just barely get the edge of a piece of card stock to offset your accent piece. You can color the entire background with just a sponge like we did in the cactus card. Or you can put some texture andContinue reading “Swirl with a purpose.”