I have been absent for a bit. March has been a month of change and travel. My crafting time has been severely limited but I did manage to make a few things. So what have I been up to!!
Well, my eldest daughter got married in Washington State. So we spent the first part of the month finishing details and traveling. It was a beautiful Wedding!!
|Siobhan and Troy Silva|
Ok, back to crafting. I did a video for Colourarte with Twinkling H20 and used Club Scrap stamps.
I would like to share more information about this technique. The results are stunning and very easy to accomplish
September 15, 2015 . the Club Scrap Challenge was to use bleach and I did, but only to alter the background.
In this technique I took it one step further. Using the same Stamps, Transformation Stamp Set from Club Scrap, I choose the two Ginkgo leave stamps.
I tested my brown paper and blacks to determine which one gave me the "bleached color" I was after.
The Card Process:
All of the bleach stamping is complete. See how that bleach puddled, that area will show up the colored image best. OK, to this point, we have not changed the process much. The next few steps is what kicks it up a notch.
Here is the link to video that shows this technique in action!: YouTube Video
I hope you enjoyed this technique and will give it a try. Be sure and check out all the selection of Club Scrap stamps. They are a deep etched red rubber that shines with this direct stamping technique.
Be sure and come back for the Artist Team Blog Hop Next Month.
Small gingko leave
Bleach Technique on dark cardstock Video