Monday, January 12, 2009
Blending Solution Tutorial Video
It has been a long time since I have played along with Mojo Monday, so today is the day! I wanted to show you a really fun technique in how to make the bear seem furry on this card so I decided to do it in video format so you could see. This is the finished project and here are the details on the supplies that I used:
Rubber Stamps all Cornish Heritage Farms:
Bear Hugs, Spring Trees (Kim Hughes Collection)
Rich Cocoa Memento Dye Ink (Tsukineko)
Snow Cap Pigment Ink (Ranger)
Simply Smooth White (Prism)
Patterned Paper (October Afternoon)
Blending Solution (Copic)
Paper Frills (Doodlebug)
Circle Cutter (EK Success)
Oval Fragment (Tim Holtz)
Buttons, Twine, Cotton Batting
Here is a real close up of the bear fur...love this texture! Click on the video below to see how simple it is to create!
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What awonderful tutorial. Thanks for sharing it with us. Hugs Marja
Thanks for the great tutorial dn I love your card. Great take on the sketch.
Very cool technique!! Thanks for the demo!! Your card is adorable too!!
This is a wonderful video tutorial. Thank you for taking the time to put it together for us.
cute card, neat way to give him fur!
WOW!! This is so cute!! I love your tutorial as well.. thanks so much for sharing it with us!
Cute technique, TFS sherrie!
Great video. Tfs
Thanks so much for sharing!!
I'm very new to copics [i'm a distress ink fanatic] but have set myself the challenge to master the copics..lol
so thanks again and I'll check back soon :)
Adorable card! Thanks for playing! Loved the tutorial, too! Waving hi! :)
Oh so cute -- I LOVE Kim Hughes stamps -- so adorable! :)
I just found your blog, so I haven't explored it all yet, but did want to thank you for the video on copics. As they say "seeing is believing" and seeing the techniques "live" sure makes me believe I'm needing more of these wonderful tools! Thanks for the inspiration.
Very cool stuff. I'm very new to copics and am constantly inspired to learn more. I love the blending effects you achieve. Nancy email@example.com
Wow, I honestly didn't even know that you could publish the app so that it was universal. This is a fantastic guide! I'm going to cue up your blog so that I can read more later.
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