Monday, August 17, 2015

Masked Background Technique Video


 Hello Friends!

Today we released a new video over on our Whimsy Stamps YouTube channel. This one is by DT member Jeanette and she demonstrates how to use distressed inks to create a beautiful one of a kind background. She has also included a coloring tutorial of our adorable Jelly Bean rubber stamp!

You can see her video over on our channel or click below to watch now. Enjoy!

6 comments:

  1. This is so cute! Can you please tell me what you call that masking paper and where you get it? Thanks

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    1. Hi Merle,
      It is called Eclipse masking paper. You can find it here: http://www.eclipsetape.com/

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    2. Thanks so much Denise. I just found out about Whimsy stamps and this blog--I am loving it!

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  2. Thank you for this tutorial. I never knew markers could look so much like paint. What kind of markers do you use that blend so well, and is there a link I can use on your site so you can get a few pennies for your time if I decide to get them?

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    1. Hi Michelle,
      Jeanette has used Copic Markers for the image and Distressed Inks for the background. Unfortunately, we do not carry those products however you can find lots of online stores that do and your local craft store may have them as well. :)

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