Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Category Archives: Techniques
Have you ever had one of those days where it seemed it would have been best if you had just stayed in bed with your head buried under the covers? Well I think today was one of those days for … Continue reading
I wanted to sponge another background for today’s project and had a partial design running around inside my head which included the branch thinlit from the Seasonal Layers dies and leaves. I have always worked out my designs in real … Continue reading
I did more sponging today to create the background for my project. It is a messy task to undertake and reminds me a lot of finger painting when I was a kid, just with sponges. No matter how careful I … Continue reading
Have you ever started on a project with one thing in mind and ended up with something completely different? Well that was me today. I wanted to make a Joseph’s Coat technique card, but using Christmas colors and a Christmas … Continue reading
I thought perhaps you guys may have seen enough Halloween treat bags this week so I am switching back to Christmas themed projects. Today’s project’s focal point uses a non-conventional Christmas color – black. The designer series paper I used … Continue reading
The next step in candle stamping is melting the stamped tissue paper into the candle. You will need a Heat Tool and regular straight from your pantry wax paper. Here is the finished project: Here are the next steps to … Continue reading