Welcome to the Stamping Imperfection Mailing List!!!!

To show my appreciation for joining my mailing list, I have another bonus technique video.  Enjoy!

This is a quick technique using Stampin’ Pastels and a Versa Mark Ink Pad.

 

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46 thoughts on “Welcome to the Stamping Imperfection Mailing List!!!!

    1. kim Post author

      You’re welcome! It made me say, “Wow!” the first time I saw it done!

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    1. kim Post author

      I just emailed you a direct link! Hope it works. If you have any problems viewing it, let me know!

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  1. Ros Spencer

    Sorry I could not view this, it was just a solid black screen Ros Spencer

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    1. kim Post author

      Hi Ros,
      I just sent you a direct link. Try that and see if it works!

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  2. Ros Spencer

    Thankyou, love seeing new techniques….and using my favourite shades of purple makes me want to have a go straight away…thanks for sending the different link so as I could view this.

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    1. kim Post author

      I know! Stampin’ Up! recently stopped carrying the pastels, but it’s a great technique!

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  3. Sandy

    Thank for your tutorial on using pastels, I will definitely give it a try. Looking forward to receiving more emials.

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  4. Kaye Claybourn

    So glad I found you on youtube, You have the most informative videos, looking forward all your others.

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  5. Tessa Currens

    Enjoyed this. I’m going to try this right now!

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  6. Susie Barkley

    Love the idea,  but wonder do I need to seal or set the color with heat before using on a card?

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    1. kim Post author

      Hi Susie!
      I don’t usually set the color on a card. I always do on other surfaces, like tile or fabric.

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  7. Brenda Gallant

    WOW is RIGHT… Thanks for this amazing tip. I have all the tools required. NOw I need to use them to do this.

    Happy Stampin Day ! All we really need is to be able to BOTTLE TIME !!!

    Brenda in Summerside, P.E. I. Canada

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  8. Moaza

    Thanks for the tip, it is nice new way to put our touch in our thing .

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  9. Surrereys

    i have a uahh factor. first time i no about this great idea. thank you so much for sharing.

    looking to try just now, after post my comment

     

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  10. Leonie

    Wow indeed!
    My chalks have been gathering dust for some time.
    I am definitely going to give this a try.
    Thank you so much Kim

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  11. Roseanna Crawford

    Thanks for the tutorial, I love learning new techniques.  Definitely going to incorporate this into my crafting and card making.

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  12. Brenda B

    I have the pastels, but have never really used them.  Now, I want to give this technique a try!  Thanks for your videos!

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  13. Jutta Hood

    have you tried double stamping with black ink after you colored your image?

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    1. kim Post author

      I have. I like that too. You can really use any color that you want to double stamp.

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  14. Maud

    Hello Kim,

    thank you for showing this. I wonder if have to use a fixatif spray to avoid the pastel spreading over the paper. I often work with the normal pastels and oil pastels. Is this box of you different?

    i just bought the VersMark today and I am anxious to try it tomorrow.

    Your catalog is awsome, but I live in France so I have to surch here for the articles.

     

     

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    1. kim Post author

      I often use the spray with the pastels on projects I want to last or that will be handled a lot. I don’t often use it on cards, but I don’t think it would hurt it! Thank you for watching!

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  15. Crafty Linda

    Oh my gosh, I love it.  I also have the stampin up pastel chalks and have had them since about 1999. I am going to make something right now. The juices are flowing. Thanks Kim, your work and instructions are perfect.

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  16. Karen

    I’ve been hesitant to use chalk because I didn’t quite know how to apply it and use it effectively.  Thanks!

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  17. Melissa

    I don’t have the pastels, but I enjoyed seeing that “magic” just the same.  Thank you!

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  18. craftylinda

    Hi Kim,

    You mentioned above that Stampin’ Up is no longer selling the chalk pastels. Why would they make this horrible decision? I love mine and will be very disappointed when they wear out, which won’t be too far in the future.  My cousin has purchased other brands and none so far has lived up to the quality of the Stampin’ Up brand, Absolutely none of them are as good….

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    1. kim Post author

      Stampin’ Up! usually discontinues things that aren’t selling. I agree with you…they really had the best quality chalks out there. Perhaps we’ll see them again in the future. Right now, the trend seems to be the alcohol markers and Stampin’ Up! has come out with the Blendabilities. They are fabulous, versatile and fun to use to color images and to create shading on your project.

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  19. Pam

    Hi Kim,

    I enjoyed your tutorial on pastels as well. Such gentle images. I am enjoying the mixed media world of crafting. Thankyou.

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    1. Dennie

      I’ve never used pastels and someday when I’m feeling creative I’ll invest in some and try this technique. Thanks for the video.

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  20. Dottiie

    Thank you so much for the wonderful video. I had never seen this done. Now I will try this myself. Thank you

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  21. Jane

    Thanks Kim – haven’t used my chalks in years after I started using the ink pads. So now I have another technique to try out.

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