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The Giveaway is a Waffle Flower Crafts – Grip Mat [4.25 x 5.50]! This post will explain more about the Grip Mat and how I used it for my project.
First up, here are the products that I’m featuring today:
- Sketched Rose | stamp set
- Sketched Rose | matching die
- Sketched Rose | coloring stencil
- Sketched Rose | Foil Plate
- Sketched Rose | Bundle
- Tiny Diamonds | Foil Plate
- Nesting Pinking Circles | die
- Subsentiments Birthday | diecut
- 6×6 | Grip Mat
I started off my hot foiling the Sketched Rose on White Cardstock in Rose Gold. I laid my A2 panel with the hot foiled image directly onto the 6×6 Grip Mat. Working with the coordinating coloring stencils, I made sure to mask off the portions I wasn’t directly working with. I used blending brushes with these inks:
- Clay Mask | Catherine Pooler
- Polished | Catherine Pooler
- Terracotta | Catherine Pooler
- Lemongrass | Catherine Pooler
- Green Tea | Catherine Pooler
Why use the Grip Mat? For stenciling it makes so you don’t need to use magnets or washi tape to hold things down. The Grip Mat has a natural stickiness, it’s made of photopolymer, like stamps. I use my Grip Mat on my Glass Mat. My next project that I’ll share on Saturday will team up the mat with my Misti.
With the Grip Mat it is super easy to peel away the stencil to check out your progress and then lay it back down. Ask me how I know…I love using the paler ink colors and wanted to make sure that I was applying enough pressure when ink blending.
Grip Mat Review: I love it and will collect a couple of the different sizes. I highly recommend watching these Waffle Flower YouTube videos:
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