Learn How to Tie Dye Your Stamped Cards with Deb & Vicki

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Learn How to Tie Dye Your Stamped Cards

Hidy Ho Teaspoon of Fun,

August 8, 2020.  Today let’s learn how to Tie Dye your stamped cards.  Tie Dying is a lot of fun and making your cards look like tie dye is just as exciting.  

Learn to Tie Dye your stamped cards. All products can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

Wonky Window 3

Ant You Sweet

Distressed Oxide A-L and Distressed Oxide M-Z

I used Mowed Lawn, Squeezed Lemon, Carved Pumpkin, Peacock Feathers

Blending Brushes

Mini Spritzer

Here is the video tutorial on Tie Dying your hand-stamped card.  If you are viewing this from your email, click here to see the instructions.  

Wasn’t that fun?  Have you ever tie dyed before?

Learn to Tie Dye your stamped cards. All products can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

Here’s another example using Wonky Window 1

Apple Cider Oddball and Wonky Window can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

And here’s a sample of Wonky Window 2

Learn to Tie Dye your stamped cards. All products can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

You will need to burnish your color onto the frame then adhere that to the card base.

Learn to Tie Dye your stamped cards. All products can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

After you color each puzzle piece/panel, adhere them to the correct window.

Learn to Tie Dye your stamped cards. All products can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

After they are all in place you can add any piece you want to the top!

Wonky Window can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

Another way to use the Wonky Windows is to cut several colors from the die.  Then mix and match to make several different colored cards orrrrr……

Wonky Window can be found in our Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe.

Put it together as explained above but remove the outside frame and you have a quilt card!

There are so many possibilities with these dies.  The sky is the limit!  After you get them, you will just want to play and play.  I hope you enjoyed this post.  

This is our newest kit.  It’s only while supplies last.

Life is Sweet with our newest Card Kit Combo for August found in the the Teaspoon of Fun Shoppe

I think it’s the cutest set we’ve put together.  How fun!

Watermelon Die Hello Sweet Summer Kit from Teaspoon of Fun

This is the what the die looks like! There are FIVE pieces!!

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Make sure you watch the video.  If you are watching this through your email, click here to view!

This is one of our featured items in the shop today!  

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Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to spend a little of it with us.  If you have any questions, please let us know!  In the meantime, take a few minutes and send someone you love a hand-stamped card with a little note in it.  I KNOW they will love it!  

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~With a dollop and dash of fun and sass…


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