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It is that time again! Don't ya just love blog candy?! Well, it is simple to enter the drawing. Just leave a comment and let me know what is your favorite technique and what technique would you like to see? That's it! I will pick a winner 0n Wednesday, August 8th with random number generator. Good luck!
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25 comments:

Pattyjo said...

I love embossing and coloring things in with my watercolor pencils. Your blog is awesome and thank you for the blog goodies chance!

Shannon McGann said...

You have a great blog - your scrapbook layouts are beautiful! My favourite technique has to be polished stone, and I'm dying to try emerging color (it's new on SCS). Thanks for the chance at some blog candy!

CAKVD said...

Hi! My fav. technique is the shaving cream and ink to make tye dye paper. I want to see similar techniques on how to make cool looking paper, but I don't even know what they are called. Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

Peggy Maier said...

My favorite technique would have to be embossing. However, I would like to see something about making different background papers using re-inkers.

jodene said...

I like to watercolor and emboss. Yet I love to try anything mew. Actually would like some ideas on pearl-ex powders. I find these complicated.

Christine said...

I love sponging, and I do it all the time. I would really like some ideas on dry-embossing. I rarely do that because I am never sure what to do with it. Best wishes, Christine Baker

Jan Scholl said...

I would like to see some organizing stuff-Iam running out of ideas

Connie said...

I love to chalk. Would like to see new techniques. Smiles for a great week.

Ghazal said...

My favorite technique is dry embossing and watercoloring. Thank you for the chance.

Kristine said...

I like embossing and watercolouring. I'd like more info on masking.

Jen said...

WOw I have so many favorite techniques it's impossible to pick just one. I suppose it just depends on my mood that day. Awesome blog candy, thanks for sharing.

Linda SS said...

I really love to dry emboss but could definitely use a tutorial on different ways to add color to the embossed images. Thanks for offering blog candy:)

Katia said...

Hi,
I love all stamping things.
I'am learning all about this technique
Thanks for the chance!
Ciaoo

michongarf said...

HI Kim!!! I love your cards and stuff. Thansk a bunch!!!
OH, and YOu have been TAGGED! :) lol

Terese said...

I like any technique that is easy and that I can remember.

Please show something using the prisma glitter as I already forgot that.

Wendy said...

I like the clear embossing technique and then add color to the outer areas and the clear embossed image stays white. Don't have a technique in particular that I would like to see

Pink Heather said...

Alcohol Inks are so much fun to play with. I'd have to say they are the technique of choice of the moment. That changes as I try new things :)

Francesca said...

I love heat embossing, and anything related to rubberstamps!
I'd love to see something on alcohol inks ;o)

Julieg said...

I still love my Cuttlebug embossing folders. Also coloring images w/watercolor pencils. Thanks for a chance to win! I would like to see the re-inkers used - never tried those.

janet allen said...

My new favorite is Stickles glitter glue. One of the techniques I'd love to learn is how to use regular glitter. I have several bottles but need to know how to apply it & what type of glue is best. Thank you for offering us blog candy.

Lilian said...

my favorite technique is paper piercing. so simple yet it adds such a great touch to the projects! :)

melissa roth said...

I lie to improve on my coloring of stamped images. Any method like chalks, watercoloring, felt pens - I just want to improve. I recently tried the embossing paste and that is a fun technique. Thank you for the chance to win such fun prizes.

michaela said...

I like creating designs with my punches to be used later as embellishments. I would like to find out how to make that puffy snow that I see on cards.

Katelyn said...

What lovely work! My favorite technique is anything to do with watercolor. I just got some alcohol inks, so would love to see some tips for working with them.

Elaine said...

My favorite technique is something that involves a clever fold or dry embossing. They both add so much without a lot of work!