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3D pennants, wreaths from boughs, and Wink of Stella as a paint brush.

It’s Tutorial Thursday! Today is the day to learn how to do a project from start to finish. And today I will show you how to create this wreath card the Curvy Christmas Photopolymer Stamp Set. Here are the supplies you will need. Thick Whisper White Card Stock Classic Christmas 6X6 Designer Series Paper WhisperContinue reading “3D pennants, wreaths from boughs, and Wink of Stella as a paint brush.”

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.”

Wink of Stella to the rescue!

Before we begin anything I am sure you want to know who won the jar stamp set called Lots to Celebrate. Drumroll please…Congratulations Holly Zigga! You won! Please take a look as this stamp set also coordinates with a punch, shaker domes, and another stamp set. Congratulations Holly! It’s Technique Tuesday! Today we are notContinue reading “Wink of Stella to the rescue!”

Using Wink of Stella to watercolor.

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Today I am pulling out the Wink of Stella and using it to watercolor. So grab a Whisper White, Watercolor Paper, or Shimmery White mat. Mine is cut to 5″ X 3 3/4″. Choose your favorite color and stamp anContinue reading “Using Wink of Stella to watercolor.”

Wintery watercolor with a hint of glitter.

It’s Tutorial Thursday! Today I am creating an elegant, almost all white Christmas card for you. I start with a Thick Whisper White Card Base. Then I cut a mat out of the Watercolor Paper and a reindeer from the dies in Whisper White Card Stock. I use the Aqua Painter to create the watercolorContinue reading “Wintery watercolor with a hint of glitter.”

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