Category Archives: Stamping Lessons

E Is For Effort

I’m giving myself and E for Effort with my watercoloring today.  I need a P for more Practice as well! I played around with some more florals after watching a lesson taught by Debbie Hughes who is a master watercolorist.  Wow! All of the class instructors make it look so easy and each one will… Read More »

Stretch Your Craft Stash With Concord & 9th Turnabout Stamps

I have absolutely fallen in love with Concord & 9th’s Turnabout stamps. Yesterday, I shared a watercolor lifting technique and used a turnabout stamp to make the card. Today I wanted to show you how to use a turnabout stamp (see my video below) and how versatile these stamps sets are. You could create 20… Read More »

Technique Of The Week: Watercolor Lifting + Turnabout Stamps

I’ve had a technique and a stamp set that I’ve been meaning to get to for a couple of weeks.  I finally got to sit down and try it.  I even made a video…which is my longest video ever. I used a watercolor lifting technique with Concord & 9th’s Dotty Turnabout Stamp.  Actually, I end… Read More »

What Will You Stamp Guest Stamper!

You read that right!  I’m this week’s What Will You Stamp? Challenge Blog’s Guest Stamper.  My card was randomly selected as the winner for the Ghoulish Grunge challenge and I have the privilege of being their guest stamper for the week!! The challenge this week is to use the Labeler Alphabet stamp set. You know… Read More »

Stamping On Patterned Paper

Stamping directly on to patterned paper.  Say, “What?”… That’s what I said!  Go ahead and stamp directly on to that beautiful patterned paper.  It will be fabulous! This paper will be available at mystampingstore.com on June 1.  This is the Pop of Pink Designer Specialty Paper from Stampin’ Up!  I selected this particular pattern because… Read More »

Use The Rainbow Technique To Create Colorful Creations!

You can add color to your projects in so many different ways.  I’ve created this treat bag and I’ve added my own color touches in several different ways.     !   Check out the ribbon, the sponged bag,  and the sentiment! The ribbon was colored using a spritzing technique that I shared in a… Read More »

Create Your Own Unique Colored Ribbon And Glimmer Paper

Have you ever wanted “just the right color” of ribbon or specialty paper for a project, but didn’t have it?  Now you can Create Your Own Unique Colored Ribbon And Glimmer Paper!  There are several ways to color your ribbons and glimmer papers, but by far the easiest way is to use your spritzer, some… Read More »