Week 7… Three Videos

Week 7 of Thinking Inking was on using Claudine Hellmuth’s Sticky Back Canvas, along with some techniques with her Studio Paints.  Many of these techniques can be done with other products, but I tell ya, hers are the best.  HERE is Part 1…


This one shows stamping on tissue and putting it on the canvas, making it look like printed canvas.

TI Week 7 1 g

Part 2 was my favorite.  Lots of cool results.  But the video and photos just don’t capture it.  Bummer!


Still lovin’ this stamp so much…

TI Week 7 2 1

And Part 3 sports a little purple action – I rarely do that…


I just love this die cut…

TI Week 7 3 b

I hope everyone had a good weekend.  I took a lot of naps.  I am thinking that may be my new hobby. 🙂  I love naps…


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16 thoughts on “Week 7… Three Videos”

  1. Wow, great video! Thank you so much. I have missed most of the others because we have had a military move this summer…! I MUST go back and catch up!
    Thanks again for sharing.

  2. Jennifer,

    Each and every one of your videos has been such a joy to watch. So many techniques – every one different and FUN to play around trying. Thanks for all your hard effort to create these for us! Keep up the most excellent work!

  3. I just got today the water mist from Ranger, some stickles, and a set of Hero Arts stamps, and I’ve been playing with them all afternoon, totally inspired by you! Thanks for sharing all these videos with techniques!

  4. Waouh ! Great videos !!!!!!! And fantastic techniques !
    I learn so much with you Jennifer ! Thanks for sharing !

    Buit it is very hard in France to have this sticky canvas! It is often no stock by retailers !!!!

    have a nice day !

    Aurore from France

  5. Jennifer, I loved your Friday afternoon class at Stampaway with Claudine’s canvas. Beautiful cards but I was so happy to finally get to meet you in person. You are Charming!! Thank you. Rubber Hugz, Jan in Tucson PS by the way, at my house, nap time is called “Happy Hour”. 🙂

  6. With the sticky-backed canvas, couldn’t you add (instead of a plain paper towel) a few drops of essential oil or the oil used for air fresheners or decorations? I’ve been looking for a good way to incorporate that and I’m going to give this a try!

  7. I love that butterfly stamp and have you to thank for showcasing it. I have loved the nine weeks of classes. As an experienced rubber stamper, you’ve taken me to places I never dreamed of going. Thanks again!

  8. Jennifer

    I am so glad I found these products at Stampaway so I can try some of these ideas out.

    Thanks for the tip on going to Claudine’s site to get the recipes to mix colors.

    Really love how you used these. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Sandi N.

  9. I also am missing video #3… I thought I was just missing something, so I’m glad someone else mentioned it too.

  10. Thank you for all of those techniques!
    Before to see them, I had already tested to distress sheets of canvas and it was wonderfull and funny to do it! Now I can explore your tips… and the rest of your inspired blog!
    Kisses from Belgium!

  11. This is a great technique, not too complicated, I could do this with out any problem.
    Great job and thank you for taking your time in explaining the steps that helps alot.

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