The first video featuring Stamperia Rice Paper and Napkins debuted about 7 weeks ago. To say it was an unqualified success would be one of the larger understatements in recent memory. Both products are exquisite; beautifully printed on really nice stock with eye-popping imagery and colors. No matter your taste, I’m confident there’s something in the line that will catch your eye.
They’re also really easy to work with. You can use the entire sheet intact or cut out elements and arrange them on your piece. Whether they’re the focal point or part of the background, they’re gonna look great.
We offered them on Introductory Sale at the time, with the entire line discounted by 20%. And then we sold out of nearly every style. So I did what I always do… and placed a reorder. Only to discover that getting them in sufficient quantity was going to be a challenge. A rather large one, which is why it’s taken this long to get more here… in what I hope are “sufficient quantities”.
Since it’s taken so long, and I know there’s a ton of demand for them, I decided to continue the sale so everyone can get what they want.
In today’s video you’ll see me work with several of the papers. Larger pieces and larger pages or projects was part of my goal for this one and I’m satisfied that it was achieved. The project in Dina’s large Journal was the first time I’ve had a chance to work in what I think of as “upsized” since Creativation in January when I took a class with her where the project was in the large Journal. I thought the size would be scary to face and attempt to work on but found that it wasn’t.
The other bit of really good news is that Dina’s Journals and accessories is on sale at 25% off as are the paint, gels, and mediums. My adhesive of choice is the regular Soft Gel and it’s included in the sale as is Gesso… and I used that too, to prime chipboard. So grab your papers and get cutting and creating!
Supplies For This Video:
Joggles Chipboard Shapes – I used Gears
Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium. I used Crazing which is available in a 4 ounce jar or as part of the Mini Mediums assortment pack.