Painter’s Tape Technique with Deb Valder

Well Hidy Ho Stampers,

Life is so much fun when you stamp and stamping with friends is even better.  I had one of my clubs last night and it was so much fun!  Those ladies just crack me up!

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We are a fun bunch!  :0)

Today I wanted to share a technique with you that I learned from Allison Solven a very good friend I met 10 years ago.  She is from Canada.  LOVE her to pieces!  So today's card shows you how to do the "Painter's Tape Technique".


If you are a visual person, you may need a video.  So not to worry, I've got one for you!  Remember if you are viewing this in your email inbox, you will will need to hop on over to my YouTube Channel (click here) and view it directly there.  If not just click on the picture below.  The title says "Masking Tape Technique" and yes you can use masking tape BUT it's better to use painter's tape so it doesn't stick permanently.

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Stamp Set:  Too Kind; Best of Greetings

Ink:  Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, Baked Brown Sugar and Early Espresso

Cardstock:  Whisper White, Baked Brown Sugar (or pick up any of the colors of ink for layering)

 Accessoies:  Painter's Tape

When you are done with this technique, you will probably need to reink your stamp pads.  If you are not sure how to reink the Stampin' Up Ink Pads, check this out (again if you are viewing this in your email, remember to click here to hop on over to my YouTube channel to see it).

Hope this helps you out today!  If you have any questions, let me know.  If you'd like to join my team of fantastic demonstrators, there is a SUPER DUPER special going on right now so contact me at and let me know you are interested!

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4 Responses to “Painter’s Tape Technique with Deb Valder”

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  1. kraftychic says:

    Thanks for sharing this great tip!

  2. Deb says:

    Glad you liked it!

  3. Kathy says:

    Love this card!! Colors are great and now I want to try it.

  4. Deb says:

    Thank you so much Kathy for your lovely comment.  It’s a fun technique that makes quick cards!  Have fun and thank you for your comment.

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