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Tuesday Tutorial | Stamping Fun with Beck

by Beck Beattie | February 18, 2015
Tuesday Tutorial | Stamping Fun with Beck


How sweet is the new 'Get Hitched' collection!  Love at first sight this one was for me!  I created two layouts recently using this and adding to our Wedding album at the same time!


For this layout I teamed the beautiful papers with Spellbinders die cuts and The Crafter's Workshop stencilling in the background, the decorative patterns on both really help to finish off the page and tie the background paper in with the stunning patterns in the paper.


Products Used:
 
Bella Fundamentals Rustic Charm Collection Pattern Papers
1459 Droplets
1473 3D Sticker
Partner Product:
Spellbinders Labels 42 Decorative Accents
Other Products
The Crafters Workshop Quatrefoil stencil
white cord
 

Products Used:
 
Bella Fundamentals Rustic Charm Collection Pattern Papers
1459 Droplets
1473 3D Sticker
1435 Die-Cut pack
1434 Clear Stamp
Partner Product:
Spellbinders Labels 42 Decorative Accents
Other Products
Pan Pastels Titanium White
Watermark ink pad

I would love to show you how I created the white chalkboard feel stamping into the background of the Together Forever layout.  It really is a simple technique but very effective!

I used these fun products teamed up with the divine Bella Fundamentals Rustic Charm collection

Products above:  Pan Pastels Titanium white and applicator tip, 1434 Clear Stamp, Watermark resist ink pad.
Using a watermark ink pad stamp the image from the 1434 Clear Stamp set onto your background numerous times.  It will just look a little wet in the stamped areas


Take the Titanium White Pan Pastels and applicator and gently rub over with the white colour.  You will see the stamped image come to life with a white cloud look.



To remove the white cloud created around the stamped image, gently rub a clean applicator over the area and it will take off the excess white leaving just a chalk dusting as thought it was written on a blackboard.



                                          This looks so beautiful used on a card as well!  Where will you give it a go?
Happy Crafting!

xxxBeck




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