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January Product Review – Back to Basics Part Two

Welcome back!  We’re going to explore a few more ink pad choices today as well as hear what the final verdict was to my stamping experience. After my experience with Tsukineko and Stewart Superior, I realized that I had a few small containers of inks in my stash as well.  These small containers are made […]

January Product Review – Back to Basics! Part One

Ink Pad Review by: Kim Parkinson, Product Guru Welcome to 2010!  As we begin this New Year and new decade at StampersQuest, our theme for the year is “Back to Basics.”  I’m sure many of you feel that each New Year brings a renewed sense of inspiration.  If you are anything like me, you take a look […]

Sand & Pebble Background Technique, Part 2, by Maria

Now that you have your supplies set out, follow along with Maria as she shows you step-by-step how to create these amazingly gorgeous backgrounds.  You are sure to want to spend an afternoon making nothing but backgrounds.  This technique is not only fun, but addicting. No two are alike! Let’s Get Started: Video Tutorial Part […]

Dusting the Color

For months now I’ve been struggling with my art and the creative processes. There are so many products on the market, it seems there is a doodad for this and a doodad for that; a tool for this and a tool for that; inks for this, paints for that; and, a patterned paper for just […]

Dusting Can Be Fun?

Darlene Domel, in her 2008 DVD Color Conversations, shows how any stamper can become an expert at dusting and taping. Of course, the DVD (from StampLand Chicago) is all about stamping and not housework. Darlene herself says, “I am so not a domestic goddess.” The dusting in the DVD is all about color dusting, a […]