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Topic: here's some layouts and a stamping technique  (Read 1158 times)
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« on: March 02, 2008 08:03:26 PM »

Well I just became a stamping up demonstrator and for my first workshop I made these 2 layouts to show them how to make this really great stamping technique that is so easy and fun. I thought I would share with ya'll too. Here's is the first layout

Here's a closeup of the stamping

What I did was stamped with stampin up white craft ink on white paper and then I used stampin up pastels and ponced (don't rub) on top of the stamped image with the pastels to cordinate with the page. It really gives it a nice effect and is so easy.

here's the second layout


The second I did in a similar way but I stamped with colored craft ink and used a slightly darker color in the pastels to give it definetion and make it pop. So its not so flat looking.

 Hope that makes sense. If anyone has any questions on what I used or anything feel free to send me a message

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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2008 05:24:20 PM »

That's really neat! Cheesy  Nice work

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