Crayon Fun

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This is the second technique for this month.  I got to buy a brand new box of crayons for this one!  This technique does work with our Watercolor Wonder Crayons, but the effect is a little different.  Instead of white, it leaves a little color, but the color over the crayon is much lighter than the background.  It's kind of a neat look, but I wanted this one to be a true white.

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I wanted to use Peach Parfait for this, so it was easy to pick the other colors to go with it.  Peack Parfait and Cajun Craze really go well together, and I thought the Daffodil Delight would brighten it up a bit. 

I'm excited about some of the new promotions Stampin' Up! will be offering this spring!  You'll be able to preview some new products from the upcoming Idea Book & Catalog, but I'll give you more details later.

It's really late, and I need to get everything together for the technique class tomorrow, so I'll sign off.  thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:
Stamp sets:  Fast and Fabulous, Charming, Matchbox Messages
Ink:  Peach Parfait, Cajun Craze classic; Jet Black Stazon; Cajun Craze stampin' write marker
Paper:  Peach Parfait, Cajun Craze, Daffodil Delight, Basic Black, Glossy White, Very Vanilla card stock
Other:  Vintage trinkets, crochet trim, Big Shot, Finial Press embossing folder, paper piercing tool, mat pack, sponge, brayer, white crayon (non-SU)

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to Crayon Fun

  1. Sandy says:

    The camera does not do this card justice. The colors are fabulous and the technique is fun and easy. Technique class today was great and now I have one of these all my very own. Thanks Buffy. Sandy

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  2. Mom says:

    Amen to what Sandy said!!! Those were MY words….how did she know what I wanted to say. I really enjoyed the class and intend to make some similar cards to have on hand. THANK YOU!!!

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