Sharing Several Techniques used on the Flowering Foils Designer Paper

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Yesterday I shared a picture on my Facebook page “Linda’s Stampin’ Escape” filled with some great ideas on how you can modify or transform your “Flowering Foils” Specialty Designer Series Paper.  I also have a list of these techniques …

Here’s some ideas on how to alter your Flowering Foils DSP – FREE with a $50 purchase!

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1) Sponge dauber or stampin sponges
2) Stampin Blends (can fussy cut out)
3) Stampin Write markers
4) Sponge Brayer
5) Run through embossing folder
6) Stampin spritzer w/re-inker
7) Wink of Stella (with re-inker)
8) Stamp directly with solid stamp
9) Pigment Sprinkles (with aqua painter)
10) Add lines with marker/pen

Let’s review some of the cards that I have shared with you that highlight the “Flowering Foils” Specialty Designer Series Paper….

Coloring with the Stampin’ Blends / Flowers “fussy cut” out ….

Using Sponge Daubers to add color ….

Using Sponges or the Sponge Brayer to add color (Ombre Technique) …

Leave it plain because it’s pretty!

Soooo … What are you waiting for?  Don’t wait too long.  It could be gone … That is what happens when we run out of product because of your overwhelming response.

The following items have already been discontinued …

The “Golden Honey Specialty Designer paper was just discontinued yesterday.  Don’t miss out on any of the Sale-a-bration items available.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need help with your order.  If you do not have a demonstrator already, I’m here to help you out.

Thank you for stopping by today.  Make sure you come back tomorrow and check out the card I’ve created using another one of the techniques listed above.

Have a great day!  Linda

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