Full demo by Claudine of how to do some painterly techniques with the Claudine Hellmuth stencils at CHA 2013.
Last week I got to attend Ranger University and got certified as a Ranger U educator. It was an amazing workshop — three 9-hour days where we learned 80 different techniques!
See the tags and bags hanging from my organizer in the photo above? Those are the samples I made, one for each of the 80. So I’m excited to share with Paperclipping Members my understanding of how to use all their MANY different technique-oriented products, but in the way I work best…
I’m going to shares ideas for how to translate those products and techniques into modern scrapbooking. You most often see them used for vintage projects, but I like to use them for every day scrapbooking, which is not vintage.
And as usual, I’ll share broad concepts so you can adapt the techniques for a variety of projects, styles, and uses so you don’t feel trapped to copy whatever I choose to do.
But I want your help. I’m curious to know which of these different types of products you’re most interested in. I admit up front that I will ultimately choose the ones that I end up using for layouts and projects I’m most inspired to start making. But your votes will help me prioritize, so I’d love to hear!
- Perfect Pearls
- Perfect Pearl Mists
- Distress Stain – blending and other effects
- Claudine Hellmuth gesso and medium products
- Adirondack Color Wash
- Distress Ink – blending and other effects
- Dylusions Ink Sprays, Stencils, and Stamps
- Melt Art
- Adirondack Alcohol Ink – blending and other effects
- Distress Markers (not shown)
- Other (please specify)
Don’t forget to vote for your Ranger technique hopes and dreams! :) What do you most want to learn?