Lisa Hindsley Fall Collection

We’re enjoying some cooler weather this week along with a look at designer Lisa Hindsley’s Fall Collection for Stampendous. Her fun and sweet scarecrows will charm anyone’s heart.  These stamps are available in woodmounted or Cling Rubber™ designs.

Sunflower Jack by Lisa Hindsley
Sunflower Jack by Lisa Hindsley
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Friendly Scarecrow by Lisa Hindsley

Today BlogStar Rhea Weigand has a terrific tutorial on one of these fun designs! Then be sure to check at the bottom of the post and visit our other designers showcasing Lisa’s stamps this week.

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Hello,  Rhea here with this week’s tutorial for Stampendoushttp://www.stampendous.com.  I am in love with Lisa Hindsley’s Jack Sunflower by Stampendous.

This image called out for me to color with lots of texture.  It’s a technique my friend, mentor and fellow Stampendous Design Star Jennifer Dove taught me as well as so many of her students.

The technique of texturing is fun and one our favorite’s to do.  Once you’ve colored your area put a little blending solution or rubbing alcohol on a fabric swatch.  Don’t soak the fabric.  Lightly hold on the area for 3 seconds and remove.  Do not hold for longer.  You will see the pattern of the fabric piece appear before your eyes.
Here are 3 different types of fabric I used in Jack Sunflower to add all the texture.
Awesome isn’t it!  It really adds so much to your coloring project.  Just like everything else Copic Marker….practice 🙂
Now take the texture into the final card design with Fran-tage’ elements and texture ribbons.  It will help tie it all together.  I used:
Here is a color pallet for you, too. Please Pin on Pinterest!
Check out the terrific samples on these designers’ blogs!

Krissy Fossmeyer

2 thoughts on “Lisa Hindsley Fall Collection

  1. Oh wow…what a gorgeous, gorgeous card…and what a new technique it is…have to give it a try, and love seeing the use of the fragments and how clever to use the wheels and cogs.

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