Really cool technique! I love this idea and will have to try it out!
love the technique!!! Thanks for sharing!!!best regards,Wanda
Thanks for the video, they make learning easier I think.
Will be on the lookout for some of this at my local craft store. Great vid.....thanks
Hey Karen,Another great tutorial. I'm still having trouble finding brass stencils to try the first video idea. I guess I'm going to have to break down & order some. How much is the texture stuff per tube? I love the idea of using it like cake frosting. Wouldn't it be great for decorating a box or a little frame? You said you can color it with chalks. Have you tried adding glitter before you heat set it & if so did it work? Thanks.
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Hi Karen,I watched your tutorial while I cleaned my scrap room! Thanks for keeping me company!
I was working on my daughter's birthday stuff last weekend(embossing decoration pieces for the party favors) and was wishing instead of the fine powder -- which flies off when I turn the heat gun on -- they should make a liquid/cream based one that can give it some dimension and is less messy! I should've took your advice and just asked you to begin with.. I think I'll have to go on a hunt for this stuff when I start working on the centerpieces.Thanks!
So clever. Thanks for a great tutorial. I am going to give this a try. Thanks for the chance to win.
That's a neat idea I've never seen before. Thanks for making the video for us, Karen!--Pat
Love the technique. I'll have to try it out cause I have a lot of stencils that I was thinking about getting rid of but now I may not.Thank you for sharing.
awesome video Karen. I bought all these stencils and paints a long while back and played around for a bit, but I think i'ts time to get them out again. Thanks for the inspiration to give it another try! Great idea to do on the candles..what great xmas gifts they would make! I can't wait for CK convention! It's almost here!
I will have to try this. I love the ideas and projects that you have. I am a follower for some time. Go and visit my small blog sometime.Blog:http://lovethatexpressions.blogspot.com/
Great stuff thanks for the info I naven't seen this before.
Love this technique Karen thank you for sharing with a video!! Love it and will have to give it a try!!Hugs
I am so going to have to try this out...You did a wonderful job on your cards with those stencils. smiles...Tammy