How To do a Texture Rubbing using CW Templates

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I’m always looking for ways to get more out of my stencils! Today I show you how to use some of the latest intricate stencils for texture rubbing!


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How to Use the Thermoweb Adhesive Pen

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Today I am showing you the Thermoweb Adhesive Pen. I show you how to use it with a stencil to add foil to your projects. As well, it’s a pen – so I show you how to add foil to your own handwriting! And a trick for perfect foiling!!


On the next episode I am showing you how to do Texture Rubbing using Crafter’s Workshop templates!

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How to Make WRMK Gem Pinatas

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Today I am showing you how easy it is to make some of the WRMK Pinatas! Of course, I am making the Gems for Gemma! I started by filling them with a gift card and wrapped candies! I tied on the pull tassel. If you want to hang the pinatas, you can put the string through the holes before filling it with candy. I added some of the confetti as well! The fringe is adhesive, so you simply tear off the piece you want and stick it on. I started with the sides to keep the box closed. Then worked onto top and finally the from and back!

There are many designs to choose from!

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How to Use the Prima Adhesive Rub-Ons with Deco Foil

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Today I am showing you the Prima Adhesive Rub-Ons. They are available in a variety of designs. Above I used 2 patterns – 1 in the top left, 1 in the bottom right. The script in the bottom is a little hard to see. You use these like all other rub-ons – place them down and rub. But since they are adhesive, you can now apply foil to the rub-ons to add some nice shiny texture. This gives you a great way to add foil to many different projects, including mixed media!

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How to do Two Toned Foiling

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Today I am showing you how to do Two-Toned foiling! I am using images I printed from GraphicStock.com. I started by foiling the image onto a regular card. After you foil it you are left with the negative space. I took this piece of foil and foiled in onto a piece of Thermoweb Toner Paper. You now have foil with a black image. So I ran this same piece through the laminator once again with a second colour of foil to fill in the design.

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You can keep going and going with this technique, changing up the colours. Here are some more samples of two-toned foiling.

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