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Mixing and matching.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today we are going to mix and match. I’ve taken some scraps of foil papers and blended them with care. First I cut them out of the Tasteful Labels Dies and then embossed with the Evergreen Forest 3D Embossing Folder. I want you to remember that just because there is a pineContinue reading “Mixing and matching.”

Drawing on the back of your Dimensionals.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I am sharing a quick tip instead of a technique. Have you ever had to touch the back of the Dimensional after placing it on your accent piece because you weren’t sure if you had peeled the backing off yet? An easy way to fix this is to grab a permanentContinue reading “Drawing on the back of your Dimensionals.”

Using simple shapes for cards.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Last week I used the Stitched Triangles Dies to create a Christmas card. Well, this week I am at it again using a similar technique to create a similar result. You just need awesome paper and some simple shapes to get done with your creation. Please, if you create using this technique,Continue reading “Using simple shapes for cards.”

Attaching acorns.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I thought I would show you a clever way to get those pesky acorn embellishments to stay on your card or project. So I will tie a bow normally but first thread the acorn embellishment on to the ribbon. Then I will loop around and tie my bow like normal. ToContinue reading “Attaching acorns.”

Where to find new techniques.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Instead of giving you one new technique today, I thought I’d give you thousands. This is not to overwhelm you but I figured I could give you some of my favorite places to go to look for new techniques. Not only would this give you a hint on what I do forContinue reading “Where to find new techniques.”

Taking the plush paper to a new level.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I will show you how to color on the Plush Poinsettia Specialty Paper. To view the paper on the website please go to https://www.stampinup.com/products/plush-poinsettia-specialty-paper-?demoid=2008407. Here is a quick thumbnail so you know what I am talking about. For this technique I grabbed my Dark Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blends and began toContinue reading “Taking the plush paper to a new level.”

Another way to stretch.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today is another day to create and stretch a bit. Not only should you not forget to move but you should also know how to stretch your products. Take your Everyday Label Punch and cut diagonally to mat on all four sides. If you prefer to just mat on two sides thenContinue reading “Another way to stretch.”

Using shapes for backgrounds.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Have you ever really had a sentiment that you wanted to use but it didn’t seem like you could find anything to go with it? Now usually, in the Stampin’ Up! world, this doesn’t happen since our stamp sets come in just that…sets. There are usually words and images that go togetherContinue reading “Using shapes for backgrounds.”

Using Wink of Stella as a painter.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today we are learning how to add some glitter to your ink without adding two layers. Stamp your accent and then put it aside. Grab an extra clear block and dip in your chosen ink. Then drip just a little of the Wink of Stella on the block also. Stir as desiredContinue reading “Using Wink of Stella as a painter.”

Chalk marker to the rescue.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Have you ever used the Chalk Marker to rescue your project? For today’s project I stamped with Early Espresso Ink and then did an overlay in white with the Chalk Marker. Allow it to dry for about 30 seconds and you are ready to go. How have you fixed your mistakes? WhatContinue reading “Chalk marker to the rescue.”

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