July 2013
Scrap & Stamp Arts;Jul2013, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p29
The article discusses the applications of blending techniques used in creating the stamp cards. It mentions that blender tool could be applied in small areas at a time to the stamped image. It informs that for creating a realistic looking image, one should color around the image. It also adds that the blender tool should be cleaned by drawing onto a scrap paper for removing transferred color.


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