Thursday, April 13, 2017

Artisan Display Stamper Blog Hop: Day 1

Now that Onstage is over, and all the videos are live, we have decided it is time to see what the Artisan Team Members that were Display Stampers around the world made! We are doing a 10 day event with a blog hop each day, so you will get to see our favorites from what we created :)

If you are following along in order from the beginning, I am the last stop, and you just arrived from Shannon Lane's blog. She is sooo talented!!

 This is the most intriguing technique that I used, I think. I stumbled across it on YouTube as a recommended video, and the technique was demonstrated by Dave Brethauer. I had to try it immediately!! I used our inks, not the inks he used, and is was so simple!!

I made a quick video to show you how I did this, as I did a few things slightly different than Dave did 😊

In case you wanted to read the journaling. Or get a closer look at the results of this technique! There is a sweet new punch (Circle Tab) that coordinates with this Tabs for Everything set, and I used it here. I love how easy it is to stamp the cute images and words on the punched shape!

And how about a closer look at my better half, the handsome and sweet Jamie! Of course, you can see the rest of the stamping I did here too. I put a whole bunch of stamps on one block, ink it up with Lemon Lime Twist, then rocked and rolled it on the Bermuda Bay ink pad, and then on the Island Indigo inkpad. I cleaned the block of stamps between impressions, and filled the other side of this scrapbook page/wall art. 

I hope you liked this project, and don't forget to come back tomorrow for the next installment of this 10 days of hops!

If you started somewhere in the middle of this hop, keep going! You don't want to miss what Aurelie Fabre has created!!
 Dani Dziama
Jessica Winter
Kimberly Van Diepen
Maike Ulbrich
Martha Inchley
Paula Dobson
Shannon Lane
                       Tanya Boser- You are here!

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Sylwia von stempel einfach said...

Dear Tanya,
the layout is so great! And you look so happy ❤️

WebDeb said...

This technique is stunning and the way you used it on this page -- well, the whole thing is just amazing. Thank you for the video. You rock, woman! (And I was glad to be able to hug you last weekend!)

Cathy Caines said...

Love this Tanya!! I'll be sure to watch the video as soon as I check out Aurelie!!! You are amazing. Thanks for sharing your talent and techniques!

JsJ-Stempelateilier said...

Dear Tanya,
thnak you for sharing this technique! I´m goning to try it soon. It looks really great.
Yours, Julia

Paula Dobson said...

Wow, wow!! Love this page Tanya and I love this technique! I can't wait to show this one to my monthly techniques class ladies, they are going to flip! Great video btw, so nice to hear your voice!

Kimberly said...

Awesome layout Tanya and great use of those words. Looking forward to trying this technique as well. XOXOXO

CrushOnColour said...

This is totally unreal - that watercolour is to die for, and the multicoloured "wall art" of sentiments is such an amazing use of this set. Totally brilliant, Tanya!

Natalie Lapakko said...

What an awesome technique! It was so fun to see your projects at OnStage and to talk to you in person! I can't wait to see my favorite project (also with a cool new-to-me background technique) featured on your blog! So great to meet you and know that there is such a great amount of talent in our very own state!

jkaymac said...

You background is wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing. I can't wait to try this.

Dani Dziama said...

I love how you've used this set! I can't wait to try your awesome technique! It really adds to your layout! Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

I love what you did with this game! It's such a great idea to use the rock and roll technique (and it takes so much patience! (Aurélie)


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