Marie Browning

"Inspiring and honoring creativity"

Blog Hop with Michelle Woerner November 11, 2013

The fabulous Tombow Design Team is blog hopping this week with talented guest designer Michelle Woerner If you just came from Jennie’s blog you are on the right track! If not, and you want a chance to win a prize, go back to Tombow’s Blog and follow the projects!

IMG_2125I am featuring two stamped tags using a new technique I call “Subtractive Stamping” It’s where you take a piece of patterned cardstock and erase an area using Tombow’s Sand Eraser to prepare an area for the stamped image. The Girl with the Muff was done on a piece of cardstock from Fancy Pant’s Merry Little Christmas collection. I used the Dot Stamp Runner Adhesive to attach the panels together.

IMG_2126Here is a close-up of a stamped bird on sheet music. The stamped image is from Crafty Secrets and the coloring was done with Irojiten Colored Pencils. I accented the branches with MONO Multi Liquid Glue and White Flock powder to simulate the snow.

IMG_2127Want to read all about my new technique and step by step instructions for the tags? make sure to pick up the Winter issue of Paper Creations Magazine available now where you buy your favorite crafting magazines.

Blog Hop_MWTo enter to win the MONO Multi Liquid Glue, Mono Adhesive Removable and Removable refill make sure to comment on all the Design Team’s projects as well as “Like” the TombowUSA and Spellbinders pages on Facebook!

Now go to Michelle’s blog to see what wonderful project she has created!

 

19 Responses to “Blog Hop with Michelle Woerner”

  1. ColleenB. Says:

    Very beautiful tags. Very stunning
    ColleenB.
    Texas

  2. Meredith Says:

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. Cindy Lou Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous tags. I love the technique you called subtractive stamping. I will have to give this a try. The tags make it fell like a vintage Christmas.
    TFS!
    Cindy Lou

  4. Debbie Fisher Says:

    cool technique!

  5. Great tags and love the flocking idea. thanks for sharing.

  6. Jean Bullock Says:

    Fantastic coloring as usual. The Sand Eraser is intriguing me. Going to go have a look at it. Thanks.

  7. Fabulous tags! I saw your feature in Paper Creations and thought it was amazing!!

  8. barbara macaskill Says:

    LOVELOVELOVELOVELOVE these tags! I am going to have to order one of these sand erasers because I really want to try this technique!!!! Thank you for introducing me to it! TFS!

  9. joy Says:

    I am intrigued by this idea of subtractive stamping. Will have to learn more about it. Your tags are gorgeous!

  10. Toni Storie Says:

    Subtractive stamping, how intriguing! I love your tags!

  11. Nana Griffin Says:

    Oh my these tags are gorgeous! I love the technique and am going to have to check it out. thanks for the info on it.

  12. bearsmother Says:

    The tags are beautiful. Love the bluebird. The little girl is really pretty too. Thanks for sharing these ideas.

  13. steph Says:

    Gorgeous tags, thanks for sharing.

  14. Carla Hundley Says:

    Thanks for the tip about
    the sanding areas. Lovely
    tags.
    Carla from Utah

  15. Katie B. Says:

    Very cool idea! Love how the bird turned out. Great work! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  16. Janis in ID Says:

    These are just lovely!! Love the bits of lace used as ties and that birdie is so sweet!!!
    I don’t have access to FB. Hope I still qualify for the drawing. <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  17. Kris B Says:

    Your tags are gorgeous! Love the images and your coloring is amazing! I need to get a sand eraser so I can try this technique!


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