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Old 09-11-2005, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default Faux Techniques

Awhile ago someone asked about Faux Techniques. I have been working on these for a class.
Here's what I found so far:
Faux Index:

Faux Bleach
Faux Buckles
Faux Diamond Dust
Faux Dichroic Glass
Faux Encaustec Wax
Faux Eyelets
Faux Glassine Paper
Faux Leather
Faux Linen
Faux Marble see Polished Stone in Backgrounds
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Faux Mother of Pearl Tutorial
Faux Mother of Pearl 1
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Faux Rusty Metal
Faux Stone
Faux Suede
Faux Silk
Faux Silk Tapestry
Faux Webbing
Faux Wood
Faux Woodgrain Background

I am still looking for Faux:
oil painting
filmstrip
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paper aging
paste paper
metalic magic
Fresco
Embroidering
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Anyone have these instructions?
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do you have all the techniques to email? If you do..could you email them to me? Also I have been trying to do the Faux leather like they did in the Stampin' Up! Onstage magazine and cant figure it out...the color absorbs into the masking tape and then when I add the clear embossing pdr it practically goes away completely. I just get the edges clearly defined. Any help would be great! Thank you!
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Old 09-11-2005, 07:28 AM   #3
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Please send them to me also(that is if you are). Thanks for this in advance! Taishea
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Old 09-11-2005, 11:09 AM   #4
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LIn, I don't have a copy of the faux techniques that you need, sorry. If you are willing to share with the rest of us, I would love to have a copy of these as well. Thank you for your hard that it took to put it togeather. jtshields@sugardog.com
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Old 09-11-2005, 08:47 PM   #5
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Lin,

I'd love to have the directions to these, too. If you are willing to share, please E-Mail me at starshockey2435@comcast.net.

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Please, Please, Please, me too.

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Me too please??
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me too please.

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great list--could you share your techniques with me, PLEEEAAASSSE!

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Old 09-12-2005, 12:12 PM   #10
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Everyone is asking for the Faux directions.... me, too! I am so grateful for such talented people who are willing to share. THANKS!

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Wow...I had no idea so many Faux techniques existed...if you do create a list (and want to share), I'd be interested too. basurok at juno dot com.
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me too please!! THANKS
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I would love to have the techniques too.... I am a new demo and can use the help and ideas!! Please email me at lacyabell@hotmail.com if you are sharing. Thanks so much!

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I would love to have the instructions if you are sending them out!!?? My email: kocume@yahoo.com
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I wish I had a faux technique to share. I didn't realize there were sooo many.

If you are sharing your list, I would greatly appreciate a copy. Thanks

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Morning Everyone!! Thanks for all your replies!! I have been asked to share my list..I did it is the first post.
Everyone wants the instructions emailed. There are too many and the files would be large. What I can tell you is that I am not the talented one. The ladies on SCS are. I just organized and made the technique list.
First I went to the resources page and listed the tutorials from there.
Next, I typed Faux in the forums search box and went from there. Once I found the technique name I would try that too. When I found the instructions I looked in the gallery and cased a picture from there.
If there is a particular technique you want emailed let me know and I'll be glad to send what I found. I will try later to compose a file with just the instructions and no pictures. When I get this completed I will post it here.
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Okay, going through my files today I found this list of techniques. I believe I must of got it from a thread here. I'm going to try to upload it here for all to see. Oh yeah...its a very large document....106 pages!!
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Old 09-18-2005, 06:03 AM   #19
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Here are the directions for the faux techniques.
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Lin, this is awesome, thanks for posting it.
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wow this is wonderful. I have so much to read know. Thank you for sharing and I am glad I found this.

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Thanks to both of you ladies for attaching the techniques!

Now for some time to read through them! (read: mom to one active toddler boy!)
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Thank you so much for posting the file, Lin!!
I am unable to afford a paid membership right now and need to do the faux leather technique on project for card club. I could have kicked myself for not getting it from the resources section before Oct 1st!!! Thank you again! Karen
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Thank You for the list of techniques and pictures. Now I have to find time to try each one and still peruse SCS......now, that's a challenge.

Thank you again for compiling this great information

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Thank you so much for posting the file, Lin!!
I am unable to afford a paid membership right now and need to do the faux leather technique on project for card club. I could have kicked myself for not getting it from the resources section before Oct 1st!!! Thank you again! Karen
Just in case others don't realize this as well, but everyone can still access the Resources.

In fact, I signed out and looked just to make sure. Here is the link to faux leather:
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/re...auxleather.php

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Thank you for this fantastic resource! Wow...I need to get busy!
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This is incredible. I am so excited to try all of these techniques!!!

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Lin thanks for the instructions!! You're great!
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Lin, thanks for all this great information.
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For those hungry to learn techniques and willing to do more research here are some great sources to go to:




Somerset Studio article index
http://www.stampington.com/html/ss_article_index.html


Vamp Stamp News index of back issues
http://www.vampstampnews.com/back.html


Cloth Paper Scissor magazine
http://www.quiltingarts.com/cpsmag/cpshome.html


Mary Jo McGraw's DVD, Stamp Art Inspirations. A review of
Mary Jo McGraw's DVD, Stamp Art Inspirations:

http://www.scrapfriends.us/stamp_art_inspirations.html


A google search showed links for several of the techniques published in Technique Junkies, a subscriber-based publication. (www.techniquejunkies.com).


Here are some others...


Faux Paste Paper:

Sharilyn Miller, managing editor of Somerset Studio, said that Everse contributes an article to their background feature.
''She discusses laying papers and creating backgrounds,'' Miller said.
One such background that Everse recently discussed was creating paste paper and faux paste paper.
Paste paper is a process of taking regular paper, covering it with one of many types of paste, then applying paint and combing it to create patterns that blend into the paper.
Faux paste paper is much quicker because it simply involves applying acrylic paint to the paper and combing it to create a design with texture.
''Faux paste paper is just like finger painting for adults,'' she said.


I think this technique can also be done by mixing Pearl Ex with PPA, or just using a faux comb in wet paint, or with lumieres on dark paper.
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I think this technique can also be done by mixing Pearl Ex with PPA, or just using a faux comb in wet paint, or with lumieres on dark paper.
What is PPA? Not comin' up with anything for that...
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I believe it is Perfect Paper Adhesive - it's a flexible glue used for paper arts.
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When you have some time can you email these techniques to me @ Toceanna2@aol.com Thanks I appreciate it!!!
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Thank you for sharing. This is wonderful for a beginner to begin to expand beyond the basics.
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I would love to know how to do all of these faux techniques as well please
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I would also love to know how to do these faux techniques!!!!! TIA. Dee
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Stamp image with Versamark on medium to dark cs. Use stamp positioner to line up image just a skosh (thats not very much) above and to the left or right. Stamp image there with white dye ink. This is absolutely gorgeous, I 've done it! People that looked at my samples had to touch it. I saw it here and I apologize profusely but I can't find it again and I can't remember who to give credit where credit is due. I am so sorry.
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I hate to say it again! But thanks so much for sharing! This is great! I am so excited to try some fun things!
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