Friday, April 11, 2014

New 3D Stamp Paints will add shimmer and dimension to your projects!

I used to have this dream in college that I was faced with a math exam final at the University of Wisconsin and I had forgotten and/or not attended the class all semester. That is how I felt this morning when I realized I have not published anything on our blog since January 12!  Thank goodness we have Linda Lapotka publishing our monthly challenges for us. She's kept our blog busy with entries to our fun monthly contest.

Kim and I have been very busy the last few weeks preparing and heading out to shows. We've gone as far as Mesa, Arizona last month. We've had a great time at our shows and as well as continuing to service our online customers. We love meeting new people and new customers. It's been great. 

Since our last post, we've added new stamp sets and new products. Our latest product intro is 3D Stamp Paint. If you have not used this product yet, you have to get it! It is so fun to use. I did a demo at the Madison Mingle show in Middleton, Wisconsin a few weeks ago and the ladies loved it. We almost sold out of the colors. In fact, the group called me the next day to see if I could bring more for them to purchase.

Once you start working with it, you will want all of the colors. It's fun to use one color, but very exciting to play with all of the colors. It's the blending of the colors that makes the opportunities and results amazing. I really like doing resist techniques and using the paints with our embossing folders, too. The paint is shimmery and blends together beautifully.

Here's a few cards I made, but be sure to check out all of the ideas in our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. Our Idea Gallery lists the colors of paints we used for each card creation.










Here's a link to a video I created showing the "101" of using the paints with embossing folders and also a resist technique project. 


If you have not tried this product, you will love it. It's got so many possibilities! Smiles, Bobbi


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