Ep. 1027 – WRMK Pinwheel Punch Board

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Today I am featuring the WRMK Pinwheel Punch Board. I used the Clearly Bold papers when I made my samples. These papers are actually like a thin plastic, so I thought they would be great for making pinwheels and you can use them outside! You can also buy the Pinwheel Attachments and they are available in Grey, Fuchsia, Aqua and Kiwi! To finish off the pinwheels I added a large Enamel Dot in the centre. In the video I show you how to make the double pinwheel!

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On the next episode I am showing you Pentart products from Pentacolor!

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Ep. 1026 – 8 Circles, 23 Circles and Layering Border Stencil/Masks

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Today I am showing you 3 of my latest Stencils: the 8 Circle Stencil/Mask; 23 Circle Stencil/Mask and the Layering Border stencil. Above I am showing you the Layering Border stencil so you can see how all of the designs layer together. In the video I show you how to use this stencils to create texture on your project.

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Next I have the 8 Circle Stencil/Mask. You get the Stencil with the 8 circles cut out of it, as well as the 8 circle Masks. This stencil was designed so you could apply mediums within the circles – leaving space around the stencil.

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Finally I have the 23 Circle Stencil/Mask. I actually wanted a bunch of circles in various sizes to use as Masks, but once they were cut out I had a fun Stencil to use as well!

All of these stencils are available exclusively though my Etsy shop – Scrap Time Shop.

On the next episode I am featuring the WRMK Pinwheel Punch Board.

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BTS: 03/30/15 – Mini Mickey Sink

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I got this Mini Mickey Sink last Christmas when I was at Walt Disney World. I want to use it in my studio, but I am trying to figure out what to put in it or how to incorporate it! Please leave me a comment letting me know some ways I could use it!

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Ep. 1025 – Pearlescent Pan Pastels w/ the CW Screen Print Template

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Today I am showing you the Pearlescent Pan Pastels used with the Crafter’s Workshop Screen Print Template. The Pearlescent Pan Pastels come in Pearlescent Red, Pearlescent Blue, Pearlescent Green, Pearlescent Yellow and Pearlescent Orange. These colours fall between the tints and the base colours. They blend beautifully with all of the other Pan Pastels but add a bit of pearl to your project – perfect for Spring!! On the base of the cards I used the Pearlescent Colours. I then used the base colours for the texture. And finally I used some Metallic Pan Pastels for the Dragonfly. I sprayed SpectraFix Pastel Fixative between each layer of the card. In the video I show you how to make each step of the card!

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On the next video I am featuring 3 more of my Stencil Designs!

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Ep. 1024 – Wendy Vecchi SISI and Faux Graniteware Technique

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Today we are continuing the card we started on Monday. Wendy Vecchi has some new Stamp It Stencil It sets! I am using the Carnation. I like to stamp my flower onto my card, so I know where I am placing it. Then I stamp it twice onto a piece of paper – I am going to cut out the flower and place it over top to give my card dimension. You then use the stencil around your stamped flower so you can colour it in with Ink and protect your card at the same time. Once I coloured the flower and stem I cut them out and set them aside.

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Now it is time for the Faux Graniteware technique. Wendy taught us this at CHA. I used her Mat Minis Flower Pots and I inked it using the Tea Rose Archival Ink. If your ink is went enough you can apply the embossing powder right over top, but I prefer to add a layer of embossing ink, and then my Tea Rose embossing powder. You can do this technique with any colour as long as your ink and embossing powders match. After you melt the powder take a splatter stamp – I used the Tim Holtz stamp from the Bitty Grunge set – with white pigment ink and stamp onto your pot. Then take the Potting Soil Archival ink and add some brown around the edges and a bit on the pot! And you are done! So simple and gives you a really cool Faux Graniteware look!

Then you just need to glue the pieces to your card!

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On the next episode I am featuring the Pearl Pan Pastels!

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