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Category Archives: Technique Day

Technique Thursday – Red Red Rose Ring

Morning everyone, I think this is the last technique thursday of the year, and I’ve brought you something a little different.  I know most of you know my love of ICE Resin, but did you know Indigoblu are the preferred UK suppliers of it?  And that the Indigoblu Cottage Paints, because they are so low in water content, mix perfectly … Continue reading

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Technique Day ….. can you resist?

Good morning! and a Happy Thursday to you, It’s LindyLou here ….. it’s been a while I know.  Have you missed me?  Thought not ….. the rest of the Design Team have been doing a grand job on the blog. I’ve been taking a break from my DT duties …… you know what it’s like, family commitments and day to … Continue reading

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Technique Day – ‘Box’ing Clever

Hi everyone and welcome. Jenny here to share a tutorial with you as part of our Technique Day series. At the end of November I shared a decorated gift bag on my blog HERE, and got several requests to demonstrate how to recreate it. So that’s what I’ll be sharing today.   Now before we begin I would like to give due credit the place … Continue reading

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Technique Thursday with Clare

Hi everyone Clare here, Are you all ready to get them Christmas decorations out? I sure am! I cant wait to put up my tree next week and then battle with the kitties for the ornaments while they ”help” to put it up!   On this gloomy foggy horrible day I have a little video for you on altering flowers … Continue reading

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Step by Step : Chocolate Box Gift Holder

Hi everyone! Sarah here again, this time with my step by step project.. and as promised it is a tutorial on how I made the Chocolate Box Gift Holder, but instead of a photograph tutorial, you have a Youtube video to watch 🙂 I hope you enjoy the project and if you give this one a whirl, I would love … Continue reading

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Technique Day with Laura

Hi everyone, Hope you are all well.   Laura here, and today I’m sharing with you a technique I love doing! Adding the fabulous English cottage artist paints from IndigoBlu in a spray bottle with water!    To start with I have added my frosty-sky, park-lane and sleeping-beauty into my spray bottles and then sprayed over a piece of white card stock,  I kept adding … Continue reading

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Technique Thursday – Shrink Plastic Poppies

Morning everyone, My turn today for the technique Thursday post, so I thought I’d bring you something very easy, and very effective, to do yourself. First you take some shrink plastic, and stamp your design using either versafine or stayzon.  I used poppy heart dinkie.  Some shrink plastic’s come ready sanded on one side, but if you use the professional … Continue reading

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Technique Day – Christmas Wrapping

      Hi everyone and welcome. Jenny here with some ideas for wrapping those Christmas gifts using the current Christmas stamp releases from IndigoBlu. I’ll show you some of the techniques/ideas first before revealing my finished present selections…         Use Pantry White English Cottage Artist’s Acrylic Paint to stamp one of the small stockings from the … Continue reading

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Technique Day: Black GeeSso Good

Hi everyone Clare here, I often get asked about what you can do with GeeSso Good while I am demoing so I thought I would show you a neat thing to do today with the Black GeeSso Good.   GeeSso Good is a primer and will stick to most surfaces. For example I had a picture frame from a pound … Continue reading

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Back to Basics with Laura

  Hi everyone Laura here with you all today! Today I’m going to be sharing a card made using the beautiful holly-flourish-dinkie! To start, I have made a card base from some fabulous IndigoBlu Black Stamping Card. Once cut to size I drew a circle on the black card so I had a stamping guide to follow. Next I took a … Continue reading

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