Saturday, January 18, 2014

Hearts & Roses...

Hi blog friends! Today I have a Video Tutorial for The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store showing you how to watercolor your images with Faber-Castell Gelatos and a baby wipe. You have seen my baby wipe technique using large background stamps, and here is just another way to use these wonderful color sticks. Supplies listed below and are available at the store!

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Project Recipe:
Paper: MME Record It paper pad, Bazzill Basics Paper® White and Pink Cardstock
Embellishments: KaiserCraft White Pearls, Aqua Seam Binding, Beacon Adhesives ZipDry

The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store carries a versatile collection of supplies for your papercrafting needs from Spellbinders dies, JustRite Papercraft stamps and other stamps, ribbons of all textures, styles and thicknesses, beautiful papers from a multitude of companies and lots of fabulous embellishments.

8 comments:

Nedlnut said...

Beautiful as always Darsie!

Eileen Lucas said...

Very very pretty, just like your Butterfly background card.

Judi said...

I always enjoy your tutorials. I have been playing around with baby wipes and gelatos since your first video - great fun. This card is, as always, just beautiful. TFS

Arnette said...

Beautiful Darsie!

Juanita B said...

Such a beautiful card and great tutorial. TFS.

Gretchen Wilson said...

I just love your videos, and the work you do, please continue. Also love the music in the background, what is it from?

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Darsie,
What a lovely card that you have made and so simple and gentle and soft. I love the colours that you have used for the rose and leaves as the have that delicate look about them. I think i will need to put these new gelatoes on my wish list as they produce a stunning effect.
Thank you for sharing with us today,
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

Deborah Adams said...

Hi Darsie, I just became a subscriber to your blog a while ago and have to say I love your tutorials and love how you make it look so simple. :D You do beautiful work.
Thanks for inspiring,
Deborah