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Thanks for stopping by my page here at Stamp TV! All my artwork (slideshow below blog posts) features stamps from Ginak K Designs. You can always find full details about any of my designs on my blog: PaperFections.. Enjoy!

I am honored to be a previous guest designer for Gina K Designs (Sept 2007), Melanie Muenchinger's Guest Designer for Aug/Sep & Nov 2010 and on Gina's regular Design Team from March 2011 thru April 2014.

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12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist 2017!

It's that time of year again, for one of my favorite projects -- Ellen Hutson's 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist! You can find all the instructions for my Copic Various alcohol ink background tag over in the CLASSroom. Simply leave a comment on that blog post and you'll be entered into a drawing to receive a $25 gift certificate to spend at! Or if you are inspired to get creating and join in the challenge fun, you could win a $150 gift certificte! You can find all the details here. Happy Holidays!

Top 5 Gifts for Crafters

Hello, friends -- Today I have a card to share that uses one of my favorite techniques, alcohol ink blending, to create a fabulously glitzy background for the holidays! My alcohol ink of choice is Copic Various Ink Refills, since I already have them on hand to refill my Copic markers. They are also my #1 pick for one of the Top 5 Gifts for Crafters this holiday season! There are a few different ways to work with alcohol ink. My first go-to method is to place drops of the alcohol ink onto a felt ink blending pad (I used YG03 & G46), attached to an alcohol ink applicator tool or ink blending tool. I also added in some drops of festive gold metallic mixative. You can also add a few drops of 0-Colorless Blender, to help keep the felt pad moist. Then just pounce the ink blending tool all over a piece of Yupo paper: The Yupo paper is coated, which allows the alcohol ink to move around on the surface of the paper, creating wonderful shade variations! You can keep working the ink until you achieve your desired effect. Another way to use the alcohol ink is to:...

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At 11:52pm on February 11, 2014, Betty Neville said…

Hi Sharon!  Thanks very much for commenting on my photo card - I really appreciate it!  Have a great week!

At 10:35am on November 19, 2013, Gabi Heinrich said…

Thanks for taking the time to look at my monochromatic card, Sharon.  It was fun to make, as I think I tend to do better with few choices!  Love your challenge, and my next card is on the way.....

At 5:54pm on November 4, 2013, Kathryn A said…
Hi Sharon. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment on my white pine card! I really appreciate it!
At 9:24pm on June 15, 2013, Doris W. said…

Hi Sharon, thanks for your nice comments on my shimmery tag.  I am loving this challenge.

At 7:21pm on June 11, 2013, Verna Angerhofer said…

Thanks Sharon. So glad you left such a nice comment on my tag. I love the challenge and time has been a factor for me, but glad I got one made for it.


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