Faux Silk Technique & Beautifully Baroque


One of the great things about being a SU! demo is getting together with other demos to chat and to see what we are each working on and a Team meeting is the perfect chance to do just that. This past Tuesday was the Stamping for the Stars Team meeting; I just love seeing my team and hearing about all they have been up to since I last saw them (both in terms of stamping & their regular life!).

The card they made was one using the Faux Silk Technique which I saw over at fellow demo Julie Davison’s YouTube channel (you can see the how to video here). The technique is quite quick but gave the image a really nice, textured look; plus it used our new Crepe Paper (I’m always looking for different ways to use it).

If you’d like to attend these fun & informative meetings you can email me for more information or hop on over here for more info on becoming a SU! demo. Anyone on my Team is welcome to my bi-monthly meetings!

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Card Stock:
Basic Grey, Whisper White & Crushed Curry
Stamp Set: Beautifully Baroque & Lots of Thanks
Ink: Basic Grey & Crushed Curry
Accessories: Creped Filter Paper, Big Shot, Beautifully Baroque Embossing Folder, Bitty Banners framelits, SU! Anywhere Glue Sticks, Decorative Label,  & 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle punches

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