How to Glue Vellum

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I want to show you how to glue vellum without a trace of adhesive. Take a piece of scrap card stock, silicone mat, or a piece of waxed paper and spread some Multipurpose Glue on it. Then grab a sponge or Sponge Dauber and wipe until the glue is in oneContinue reading “How to Glue Vellum”

Turning a piece of blank card stock into a fiery blaze of autumn.

It’s Tutorial Thursday! We are doing magic today! You are going to be able to create this card that goes from Very Vanilla Card Stock to this fiery blaze of falling leaves. This is not to be confused with the wildfires we have going right now. For this card you will need a Thick VeryContinue reading “Turning a piece of blank card stock into a fiery blaze of autumn.”

Napkin for a sponge.

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! I recently held a class and had travelled to the host’s home. Normally the joke is when I travel, “what have I forgotten today”? I usually forget one item when I am not home. Well, it turned out to beContinue reading “Napkin for a sponge.”

Stamping after sponging.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Just a reminder to stamp after sponging. If you want to sponge a background with either a sponge or the brayer then do that first. That way your stamping does not get smeared. Happy Crafting! With inky fingers, Joni 🙂

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.”

Sponging three different ways.

I figured since the Paper Pumpkin has a picnic theme this month I would continue that theme with the basket weaving embossing folder.  So today’s technique is how to color this basket weave with a sponge.  You can also spritz, dip, paint, or bleach it.  But, for now, we sponge. The top color was doneContinue reading “Sponging three different ways.”

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