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White Wash Technique Video

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The Calming Camellia Host Stamp Set is another staple for your cardmaking stamp collection! The blurred lines of the artwork have a soft elegance, which makes this stamp set perfect for creating cards to send to your loved ones of all ages. The range of sentiments paired with a timeless font are highly versatile. Simply stamp the beautiful camellia image in a single color for a subtle touch or make an impact by stamping the image in black and adding your own color story to it. 

Even better is the technique I share in today's Technique Video.  I am not sure if this technique has a name, but I am calling it a White Wash Technique.  What every you call it it is stunning with this stamp set.

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This is a Distinktive** stamp set; it has a special texture that gives added depth and dimension in a single step, creating photo-realistic images.  But with the White Wash Technique it really pops. 

Watch the video to see how easy it is to create this look.

 

This stamp set is a Hostess Set that is only available with Stampin' Rewards.  Earning rewards is easy and fun! Just place an order that meets the Stampin’ Rewards qualifications by either shopping for yourself and with others.

Reminder this stamp set will only be available until February 28, or while supplies last.  It is so stunning on any color you stamp it on.

Product List

Calming Camellia Host Cling Stamp Set (English)
$24.00
Uninked Stampin’ Craft Pad & Whisper White Refill
$9.50
Blender Pens
$12.00
Evening Evergreen Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Soft Succulent 8 1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Brushed Brass Butterflies
$10.00
Daffodil Daydream Bundle
$54.75
Daffodil Afternoon 12" X 12" (30.5 X 30.5 Cm) Designer Series Paper
$0.00

Comments

Linda Bauwin

It is a beautiful technique for sure, whatever its name is

Sue Floyd

Loved this card Linda!
I just tried this with the Edens garden stamps, but love your version with the camellia. I've always thought it was white wash technique too.
Thanks.
Sue

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