Tuesday, June 27, 2017

WOYWW? 422 -Following the rules

No more paperwork in creative areas.
BUZZKILL!
We're featuring techniques- only one per post over at Quietfire Digital and Quietfire Creations
and it about killed me to only feature one on the Home is the Heart of life ATC.
Please visit  Quietfire Digital for details
Exclusive to Deskers!
The stenciled hearts- use your stencil brush to add ink to the hearts through the stencil, then dab on some Versamark, and with the stencil still in place, sprinkle on the embossing powder so it builds up. You can pat it down a bit with a spoon,
Carefully remove the stencil and heat from underneath.
Then you can go whole hog by applying wink of stella and glossy accents!
(or not)
TIA for visiting and your kind words! I'm off to see the world via WOYWW!

Comments and Questions Warmly Welcomed

18 comments:

  1. What an awesome little stencil. I love the saying. April #3

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  2. love that embossing! your desk is so tidy! Helen #5

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  3. Morning Robyn. They are lovely - well done. I'd never have thought of doing that - but it is such an effective technique.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #7

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  4. I adore the saying and the little heart stencil... These are so cute!! Love your busy desk, Happy creative week ahead.... May #11

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  5. That's an awesome sentiment - I'm a real home bird and love nothing better than being at home with my family. The best thing ever!
    Hugs LLJ 13 xxx

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  6. Hi Robyn, love that sentiment stamp. Beautiful. Great technique too. TFS. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #10 XxX

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  7. Robyn your restraint is to be admired Well Done! Personally I think such rules cramp our artistic bent - but I suppose you have to follow other peoples rules so you are said to "play nicely with others' , interesting quote, a play on 'Home is where the heart is?' Personally I find home to be a place where your spirit somehow connects with the earth, further to that perhaps a lot of todays unhappiness is that lack of sense of connection, too many spiritually homeless wanderers?....Happy WOYWWing, Dxxx @29

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  8. Cute cards. I never thought of using my stencils with embossing. Love it!
    Have a great day!
    Diane F #30

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  9. What a fantastic idea - I have so many little stencils, and apart from using chalks or running them through my BigShot, I could never think of any other way to use them :) I'm definitely going to give this a go.
    Have a wonderful WOYWW Wednes-yay!
    Bubbles #1
    http://patchworkapples.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/woyww-421.html

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  10. Interesting technique! I will have to try it! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #39

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  11. I like how you chose to make each one of your tags look a little bit different. And your maxim of "No more paperwork in creative areas!" is a very smart one. paperwork can crash any creative "party," can't it?
    Rose #22

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  12. What a great desk. TFS Happy WOYWW xx Jan

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  13. Hi Robyn, love the ATCs. Great technique and a lovely sentiment. Have a lovely crafty woyww, Angela x18x

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  14. You always produce such beautiful pieces Robyn.
    Lynn x

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  15. These ATCs are great. So pretty and thanks for the tips on applying the embossing through a stencil. Nice. Dorlene #36

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  16. That's a fun technique! I have shared something similar in another post, though with layered dies :) Have a great rest of the week! xoxo Cheetarah WOYWW #39

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  17. Hi Robin, that's a great technique and I love the little heart stencil. I also like your ATCs. Don't be alarmed by the change of profile name, I'm trying out my husband's new tablet. Have a good week. Elizabeth x #43

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  18. That is so true!

    I do not participate this week, I still have to visit blogs from last weeks WOYWW and this week I´m just looking around.

    Happy week to you!
    Sussie

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