Freebie Friday – Countdown to Stamp It! Techniques Week

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P. Kelly Smith

Welcome to Freebie Friday! How many of you like to stamp? I assume most of you are enthusiastically nodding your heads. Now how many of you would like to break out of your comfortable stamping routine and try something new, something adventurous or dare I say…something even a little bit scary?

If you’re still nodding, then you must join us for Stamp It! Techniques Week!

Next week, we’ll be spotlighting our latest special issue, Stamp It! Techniques. Divided into six fun sections, it features six hot techniques: masking, embossing, paper piecing, spectrum stamping and creative ways to use markers and spray inks.

Our exciting promotion will begin on Monday on the Moxie Fab World blog. Then on Wednesday, Betsy Veldman will kick things off right here with her Groovin’ with the Go-to Gals post. Between the two sites, we’ll be spotlighting projects, hosting some fun technique challenges and giving away some spectacular stamping prizes!

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Click on the cover image to order your copy today!

Today I thought I would spotlight projects from three different sections:

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Paper Piecing: Hello Friend Box by Michele Hetland

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Spectrum Stamping: Teacher Note Holder by Andrea Vernagus

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Masking: Spooky Sweets Treat Bags by Kelley Eubanks

Leave a comment telling me which stamping technique is your favorite and why. I’ll pick one lucky winner to take home a copy of Stamp It! Techniques, all three projects featured above and Papertrey Ink’s Background Basics: Text Style stamp set – the same set Kelley used on her Spooky Sweets Treat Bags. All comments must be received by midnight (MST) on Sunday, Feb. 13.
Happy Friday!
Kelly
P.S. We’re still accepting entries for our February Gallery Challenge! Upload your Valentine’s Day treat containers, wraps, tags, etc. by Monday, Feb. 21 and you could win a free 1-year subscription or special issue of your choice!
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299 Responses to Freebie Friday – Countdown to Stamp It! Techniques Week

  1. Michel E says:

    I enjoy heat embossing and dry embossing.

  2. Carol H says:

    My favorite technique is masking–especially loved the treat bags. With all the new spray inks and glimmer mists the possibilities are endless.

  3. Michelle Fedorowich says:

    I like masking and monotone ink stamping to make a backgroud on plain cardstock.

  4. Linda O. says:

    I really like all 3 but my favorite is definitely the paper piecing! I love putting the pieces of the “puzzle” together and enjoying the finished product on a card or scrapbook!

  5. Susan C. says:

    They are all great, but I love the spectrum/gradient stamping!

  6. Paper piecing! Who can resist using patterned paper to cut and layer. :)

  7. Becky K. says:

    I like masking! I think it’s so fun to be able to layer the stamps, color around them, etc. And then when you take the mask off, it’s a bit of a surprise to see what it all looks like together!

  8. Char-D says:

    My favorite of these three techniques is the paper piecing. It is so fun to mix and match your stamped piece that way.

  9. Jean Marmo says:

    Wonderful techniques! Love the masking look!

  10. Gerri Herbst says:

    I love all things masking!

  11. I really love embossing and dry embossing. The added dimension is so fun!! Masking is something I am now getting more into as well. Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. Diane H. says:

    My favorite is paper piecing. One neat way to coordinate colors
    and patterns, and also use up scraps of paper. Thanks for the chance! Diane H.

  13. Cynthia Rose says:

    I have not tried the spectrum stamping but it looks like fun and seems easy.

  14. Jana says:

    I love paper piecing because paper dolls were always a fav when I was young!! Can’t wait to see this issue!

  15. Heather says:

    I would love a copy of this magazine for the great card ideas and to show me different ways to use my stamps! I have stamps, but am pretty straight ahead when using them. I need some ideas to make the most of them.

  16. Debbie says:

    Oh, I just found your blog and love everything here! Where have you (I) been hiding??? LOL These three projects are all awesome but my favorite is the hello friend box. Such a cute little gifty idea. Thank you so much for your inspiration.

  17. Jeanne says:

    I would have to say that the paper piecing is my fave… I love the way you can take different items and piece them together to make something 3 dimensional and totally beautiful out of it.

  18. Lena says:

    I love all stamping techniques, but use paper piecing the most =)

  19. Dawn says:

    I enjoy the challenge of Masking! It’s fun to stamp several layers on one sheet resulting in great dimension and depth with out the bulk. I like the SMOKY SPOOKY appearance of the Spooky Sweets Treat Bags, plays into the eerie Halloween energy. Looking forward to tuning in Monday, See ya then.

  20. Janette Childs says:

    I love masking… adds a whole new dimension to my projects.

  21. I love masking – and don’t do it enough! Your spooky sweets treat bags look wonderful using that technique!

  22. Beth Novak says:

    spectrum. is clean and bright and adds dimension

  23. emily says:

    I found this magazine at a drug store finally and it is AWESOME! I love all the great projects and the inspiration in it! Thank you!!!!

  24. Lea Lawson says:

    Hmmm…I totally love it all! I really love to play around with gradient stamping, so I guess I will post that one as my favorite….tee hee!

  25. Diane S., says:

    I love paper piecing so that box is my fave!! Of course they are all lovely!!

  26. Angie Hall says:

    I’d like to try more paper piecing. Love the pretty box. Masking is fun too. Thanks for a chance to win the great new issue.

  27. Michelle A. says:

    With all of the gorgeous paper our there…I just love to paper picce!

  28. berryblue says:

    I just love the gradient stamping!

  29. Debby says:

    I love the gradient stamping! I’ve never seen it before and would love to try it! It really makes those images pop!

  30. Gwen says:

    I really like paper piecing. It is so fun and always turns out great!

  31. yvonne says:

    Love the gradient stamping!

  32. I have always loved masking – something about the negative space always makes me go “ooooh!” Love it!

  33. Pam H says:

    Gradient stamping sounds interesting. Wow 1 of 282! Chances are pretty slim but wouldn’t it be wonderful to win. Will be looking forward to seeing the mag.

  34. Paper piecing! I love mixing and matching.

  35. margaret says:

    I love the kiss technique!! Fun way to change the look of a large stamp. Thanks for a chance to win.

  36. Lady Di says:

    I liked them all, but my favorite is the paper piecing. thanks for some great ideas

  37. Jen D says:

    I love the masking technique- it’s one I don’t use often enough!

  38. Deirdre says:

    I love paper piecing and masking….. don’t vary my stamping techniques enough… tend to just go to copics!! Looking forward to next week!

  39. Kristina says:

    I just love stamping period!! If I had to pick one I would say Gradient.

  40. becky says:

    I am in love w/ masking. I try to mask everything. lol.

  41. Veronica Z says:

    Dry embossing with embossing folders is my fav. It is an easy way to add that extra touch to a card or project!

  42. flowerdisco says:

    my fav technique is paper piecing and masking because they are fun and easy.

  43. Andrea says:

    I absolutely LOVE the Spectrum/Gradient Stamping: Teacher Note Holder project that you showed! It is just awesome. I am new to stamping and am excited to learn new techniques. Thanks for the opportunity to expand my knowledge!!

  44. Wendy says:

    I really love the Spectrum/Gradient technique, is a fun way to incorporate lots of colors. This tecnique gives the project that fun, modern look that makes me smile.

  45. Bernie says:

    I enjoy heat embossing and dry embossing.
    Blessings Bernie

  46. Victoria S. says:

    I love paper piecing- i like being able to add texture and dimension.

  47. Queen Mary says:

    My favorite technique depends on my mood! Of the above, I go to paper piecing most often, but I love your spectrum technique above — it looks a little rock and roll to me! (Pun intended!)

  48. Fay Chave says:

    Paper piecing is my favorite. I recently did it for the first time and it turned out great!

  49. Liz says:

    My favorite is the spectrum. I haven’t tried it before and am looking forward to practicing.

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