Technique Tuesday – Gilded Leafing with Tear Tape

Technique Tuesday – Features the Gilded Leafing with the Tear and Tape technique. This is a great way to add a little strip of gold to your cards or projects; quick and easily. No need to wait until tonight to see this technique in action you will find the video tutorial below in this blog Read More

Technique Tuesday – Gilded Leafed Frames

Technique Tuesday this week has a couple of techniques for you. I will show you how to color the True Love DSP and show you how to create a Gilded Leafed Frame. Join me tonight at 7:30PM EST on my Facebook page or YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp”.  We are going to have some fun Read More

Technique Tuesday – Antiquing 3D Embossing Folders

It’s Technique Tuesday and I have a fun and different technique to show you using the Seashells 3D Embossing Folder.  I call this technique the Antiquing with 3D Embossing Folders.  I wish you could see this card in person as it is just beautiful and shimmery. Join me tonight at 7:30PM EST on my Facebook Read More

Technique Tuesday – Kaleidoscope Squares

Technique Tuesday – Kaleidoscope Squares using the Ornate Style stamp set.  I found this technique on Splitcoaststampers and had to give it a try.  I think it turned out pretty cool. Join me tonight at 7:30PM EST on my Facebook page or YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp” and I’ll show you how it is done. Read More

Technique Tuesday – Floating Frame Technique

Technique Tuesday – Floating Frame Technique.  I’ve finally purchased my Press n Seal sealing wrap and can show you how to do this technique.  Have you ever tried the Floating Frame Technique? This was my first go at it and the results are stunning and the Floating and Fluttering Bundle has all the elements you Read More

Technique Tuesday – Floating Elements

Technique Tuesday this week is the Floating Elements technique.  This was something I found on Splitcoaststampers and thought I would give it a whirl.  It is a bit different technique than the Floating Frame Technique; which I have yet to try.  I guess you need the press and seal to do that technique and I Read More