Thursday, July 4, 2019

MY GO TO TECHNIQUE - CREATING KINDNESS BLOG & VIDEO HOP


Do you know, I have been running a monthly Techniques class for the past 8 years, yet my go to technique, when I want to showcase just one, is always the same - ink blending.  I just get so much satisfaction when I turn a plain white card into a rainbow of colours!  The Creating Kindness team have a variety of techniques to share this month and we are delighted to be joined by our guest designer Christine Versluis!


I couldn't stop at just one card.  After designing my first card, I made a second and filmed a video to show you how I created it.  I used Ink Blending brushes, along with Stampin' Up! inks.


My first card uses Pumpkin Pie, Bermuda Bay and Blueberry Bushell as my background.  Not really colours I would expect to go together as a background, but I was totally inspired by Kristina Werner's Oxide colour swatches for both my cards.


You can watch my coloring process here and if you haven't already, I would love it if you subscribed to my You Tube channel so you don't miss any video's I post.  Thank you!!


Next up on the Techniques hop is the super talented and all round nice guy, Jay Soriano!  Love ya Jay!


Blog Hop Participants
2.       Charlet Mallett – USA
5.       Jenny Hall – USA
7.       Jay Soriano - UK

If you want the supplies to recreate my project, I would be delighted to be your demonstrator.  Click on the pictures below to shop my New Zealand store 24/7!

5 comments:

  1. Sighing in awe of you, Paula! You are such a colour blending master. Love them both and that set goes back on the wish list.

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  2. Totally in love, this are real pieces of art! Happy to see you doing it live, so I learned a lot, thanks!

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  3. Your blends are truly beautiful, Paula!

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  4. Oh my... You are just an ink blending Rock Star! These cards are amazing, wow.
    X Danielle

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  5. The blending master strikes again! These are just superb Paula. I really need to invest in some of those brushes and try to master blending. Those beautiful backgrounds really are perfect with that stamp set. x

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