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Friday, March 9, 2012

Step- by Step Tutorial by Andrea

Hip, hip, hooray! It's Friday! 

Not only are we on the heels of the Carson, CA show this weekend (info can be found here), we also have a brand new photo tutorial! This is a technique that I touched on a little bit in one of the sneak peek videos, however, this tutorial is a lot more thorough. :) We are so honored that our own Andrea Matthews took the time to put this together for us.

With graduation season approaching us in the next few months, we thought you might want to get a heads start on those cards. We all know it'll be here before we know it! Let's get started....
DeNami Design Products Shown:
Other Supplies: 
Post-it notes
Tuxedo Block Memento ink


If you haven't tried masking before, this is definitely a GREAT technique that will enhance your cards. Also, it just might come in handy for an upcoming challenge. *hint hint*  

I hope to see you all back here on Sunday for the Birthday Blog Hop! It's going to be great fun with lots and lots of fabulous inspiration. Can't wait to see you then! 


Linda H. said...

Great tutorial. It was very helpful. The shading on the caps is wonderful. What a fun card to receive. Thanks.

Tina M said...

What a great job you did with this tuitorial! Your shading is amazing...

Lisa said...

SPECTACULAR Andrea!!! Love the colors and the pretty shading on the caps. Thanks ;)

Pam said...

Wow! This is great! I wish I could color like that. Beautiful job. said...

gotta try that! you make it look so easy! thanks for sharing.

Craftberry Bush said...

Hi guys...just wanted to let you know that you won the pleated Poppy giveaway me at to claim your prize...xo
cool techniques...:)

Laurie said...

Andrea this is AMAZING! WOW! What a great tutorial and a stunning card! Your coloring and shading is just perfect!


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