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Spotlight Technique card by Leonie Schroder Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Auastralia

Stamping Techniques 101 – Spotlight Technique

Hello & Welcome! It’s time for another Stamping Techniques 101 Blog Tour and this month we are sharing with you the Spotlight Technique! Spotlight Technique The Spotlight Technique is fun and easy to do.  It’s a technique where you highlight just one area of the card and add colour to just that area just as if you were shining a …

Painted Acrylic Block Technique by Leonie Schroder Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Australia

Stamping Techniques 101 – Painted Acrylic Block

Good Morning & Welcome to another Stamping Techniques 101 Blog Hop!  This month we are all doing the Painted Acrylic Handle/Block Technique. Now when I first saw the name of this technique I wondered what on earth an Acrylic Handle was!  Then I found out it was our Acrylic Blocks – funny how we all have different names for one product! …

Stamping Techniques 101 – Monochromatic

Welcome to another International Blog Hop for the Stamping Techniques 101 Design Team …. This month we are sharing Monochromatic Cards! I have used the lovely Awesomely Artistic Stamp Set … The colours I’ve used are Basic Black, Basic Gray, Smoky Slate and Very Vanilla and I’ve added in some Silver Embossing for good measure. While the card looks involved here’s …

Thoughtful Thumping

Did I get your attention with that title? No I’m not promoting violence. I don’t mean regular thumping (like punch someone) I  am talking about the Stampin’ Write Marker Technique Thumping! Last month’s Technique Class we used our Markers but this wasnt one of our Techniques we covered so next month (September)  I’ll do more Marker Techniques and include Thumping. …

Stampin’ Techniques 101 – Colouring with Markers

Welcome Welcome … it’s the first Wednesday of the Month so that means another Stampin’ Techniques Blog Hop! This month we are stamping in black and colouring with our Stampin’ Write Markers. Now I will admit when I first read this technique I thought whatever I’d make was going to look horrid as I really dont like using markers direct …