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Hi everyone! Jeanne Streiff here today with an easy (and it was so much fun to make!) background technique using Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gelatos® and Gesso. This technique would be great for your scrapbook pages and art journals too!

  As a bonus I will show you how to make ribbon to match your project perfectly using Gelatos®!

Here is a video I made showing you how to make the card.


Supplies Jeanne_Streiff

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft supplies:

Gelatos® colors (Lavendar, Raspberry, Snow Cone, Cotton Candy)

PITT® Artist Pen (Black Medium)

 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen (Black)


Dot Dabber (Gelatos® Tool Set)

Misting Bottle (Essentials Tool Set)

Other supplies:

Stamps from Impression Obsession CL504 Build You Own Message

White seam binding from Hug Snug


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Carole Furlong

Lovely idea - really like this


Cool technique Jeanne! TFS


totally love it!! Fun technique and fun color combo!!

Lanette Erickson

Beautiful!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

Elaine Allen

Great Technique! I love the background, reminds me of bubbles.

Elaine Allen

TracyM #6773

DELIGHTFUL card and FABULOUS tutorial & technique - THANK YOU for sharing!!!

Tiffany johnson

This is amazing!!!


Jeanne, I really enjoyed your video. Great to know how to color the ribbon to match the card! Love the dauber and how it removes the color! You are awesome!

Kellie 0:)

Lovely project. TFS

Jo Ann F.

Thanks for the tutorial!

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