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How-To Video: Adding Color to Stamped Images

Hi!

New video. It is for Hero Arts blog. Be sure to check it out for the sample and other information. Leslie is doing a rockin' job this week over there. Not only are there great samples, but I am learning a lot, too…


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13 thoughts on “How-To Video: Adding Color to Stamped Images”

  1. Love watching your videos! Seeing you stamp with the chalk inks made me think of a question though. Have you ever had one of the inks fall off it’s base? If so, how did you fix it? :S
    Thanks so much!
    Sarah
    P.S. Really enjoyed your stamping on transparencies class at 2Peas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Jennifer, I just love watching your videos. You provide such a great source of information and inspiration. Thanks so much!

  3. Jennifer

    Love the color and style of this card. This bird is so pretty. By the way you had five children watching your video this morning. Ranging in age 3 to 8. They loved how you colored your card and added ribbon at the end.

    Thanks for sharing this card with us.

    Sandi N.

  4. Hi! I loved the video…and I’m kind of off track with this question, but thought you might know a good solution anyway….how do you keep the crushed velvet flocking powder from rubbing off so easily? Im trying to use some on a card and I accidently smeared it with my finger…boooo! Can you help?

  5. Hello! This isn’t about the blog, but I was just just wondering if you could do a card for a man. Somebody asked me to make one for them to give to an adult male. Hee. I have no idea what to do. Help me!

  6. Love this video! (well, I actually love all of yours, lol) I had never liked solid stamps that much because I like to color… but I never thought about this!

    Oh, and for Sarah M… I had inks falling off the bases before. Once it happened with a brand new Colorbox inkpad… I just used Glossy Accents to glue it back ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Saw this on the Hero blog and made some circle cards…love them! Love the coloring tutorial, too. Wish I was local..I would be there in a heartbeat to help!

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