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    How to use a Blending Tool

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    Blending Tool. from wood scraps and knobs

    Make your own Blending Tool.... ...and Save Money. Save yourself a fortune and make your own Blending tool. Do you like to use inks on your creations, maybe to make your own background papers or just to add a vintage look to the edges? And do you find that the blending tools available in the shops are rather expensive especially when you would like several of them?

    distress ink blending tool

    Make your own Blending Tool Foam - holy buckets, this is awesome.

    Using Blending Marker Tutorial #3

    Tutorial : Blending colored pencils with baby oil

    Wondering how to blend colored pencils? Get ready to learn the best tools, techniques and tips for achieving seamless, vibrant results.

    Look inside for instructions on how to make these projects using your favorite Cricut tools.

    As a jewelry designer I would have to understand the ideas of how to make waxes, molds, stone setting and many other things. I am in close relations to a few jewelers who this type of job occupation. I love being able to stand around whilst they work to understand how thing are made, the different uses of a jeweler's bench and/or the tools used.

    cutting tutorial. very good information on how to use your tools correctly.

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    I have one of these and they are the greatest, safe too. The heat tool can't accidently get turned on by little ones. Heat Tool Holder Offer ~ I hope this gal doesn't mind me pinning this. This heat tool holder is so dang awesome! I think I have to get me one!!

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    WOW #63: Martha Stewart Score-Board tutorial No. 1

    Tool Shed Turned Craft Room || Great way to have a craft room when there's no room in the house.

    Organized swatches and a magnetic strip for tools in a craft studio / workspace

    Colored Pencil Blending Methods

    One Lucky Day. Now on to today's tutorial: Playing in the Distress Ink again! Today I'm using a #8 tag and Festive Berries and Evergreen Bough Distress Ink to create a blended tag. Use a blending tool to add ink to each end of the tag.