Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Splitcoaststampers Is Featuring My Tie-Dye Tutorial Today!

I am having so much fun with this technique. When the powers that be over on Splitcoaststampers asked to feature this technique along with  my video, I jumped at the chance. If you want to head on over to Splitcoaststampers, click HERE. While there, you will be able to see a step by step tutorial, along with a video. You will also have a chance to upload your tie-dye samples to the special gallery for this technique. Unless noted, all products Stampin' Up!


The card above looks quite a bit softer and a bit more elegant than my original tie-dye backgrounds on this blog post did. I used Smokey Slate and Powdered Pink inkpads for this project, along with the Celebration Time Bundle and the 1/2" Finely Woven Ribbon in Powdered Pink. 



There are so many ways to use this technique. Click here to see a very patriotic card using this method. 



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As always, let me know if you have any questions about the project or the products used. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Artfully Yours,

Kim





9 comments:

  1. Wow Love this one also. The colors sure change the look. You are amazing. TFS

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  2. Beautiful card(s)!! What adhesive did you use to adhere the coffee filter panel to your card base? TFS!

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    1. Jill...just an inexpensive glue stick.

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    2. Thanks so much for the reply Kim! I've been checking back every day wondering...and watching to see what cool thing you do next! I've been playing with this technique for about 3 weeks now...lots of neat tie dyed panels...but no finished cards YET...but thinking I may finally finish one this morning as a thank you for our host this weekend...just wasn't sure which adhesive I'd grab to adhere the panel to the base...worried that the glue stick wouldn't be strong enough..lil OCD/CDO here & worry about it coming apart after I give it to our host... we'll see how it holds up I guess...fingers crossed. 😎

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    3. The coffee filter is SO porous, I don't think you need to be worried. Just wrap it around the edges, then glue that layer on top of your card front. Mine are weeks old and holding up fine.

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