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Video Tutorial: Artist Trading Blocks

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Hello Blogosphere! It's Tiffany here with another Video Tutorial for you! This time, I'll be showing you my personal spin on these cool Artist Trading Blocks! I consider these three primary colors to be an artist's building blocks. It's our introduction into color theory! It where all color stems from. So, I'll be using some of your favorite Faber-Castell® Design Memory Craft® products to jazz up these Sizzix Artist Trading Blocks! 

Video Tutorial:

 

 

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I hope you enjoyed today's tutorial.

I used the following Faber-Castell® Design Memory Craft® products: Gelatos® (Red Cherry, Lemon, Blueberry), Stamper's Big Brush Pen (Magenta, Chrome Yellow, Cobalt Blue), Gel Medium, Collapsible Water Cup, Palette Knife (Gelatos Tool Kit)

Other Products Used: Sizzix (Blocks 3-D Scoreboards XL Die, Butterfly Frenzy Sizzlits Die), Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Dodz Small, Dodz Medium, Dodz 3D, Crafty Power Tape), Hero Arts & Impress Stamps

Thanks for stopping by,

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Shilpa

Beautiful ..

Tasha F

Am I the only one that neither Tiffany's link nor the video link works???

TracyM #6773

Your Artist Trading Blocks look fabulous Tiffany!!!
I can't get the video link to work, so I look forward to learning more about how you created each one :)

... NOW I have to go Google them, because I know very little about this art form.

Tiffany johnson

Sorry everyone! The video is up now :) Thanks ladies!

Eileen Hull

The project and video are super duper Tiffany! Thanks for working with the blocks- I love every different side!

Linda Storey

Great video, thanks!

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