Penny Black Watercolor Stamps
June 30, 2017

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Sheryl (posted 4 months 20 days ago)
Thank you Ladies for another amazing week of webisodes! I always hate seeing the last one cuz then we go back to just a "weekly webisode"! But... I think I speak for a majority of those of us that watch these, we truly are so very thankful for Paulette and Gail and all those behind the scenes to make these awesome webisodes, I personally don't know of to many companies that goes through all of these extraordinary show and tell's for their customers! So... Thank You, Thank You, Thank You for all each and every one of you do to make these most informative videos for us! Have a wonderfully blessed creative day!
Connie R (posted 4 months 23 days ago)
Thank you, Paper Wishes, for another week of great ideas, demonstrations & new product reveals.
I agree with the other viewers who thought that the close-ups are a bit too close sometimes. But I can remember years back when the close-up equipment & cameras were not available, and we were always asking for more close-ups on the demonstrators - we couldn't really see what was going on. And although John does an outstanding job filming the webisodes, it would be nice to see just a few close-ups of the details (not too close) but mainly an over-view of what Gail is demonstrating.
Thanks again, Connie R.
sheron egolf (posted 4 months 26 days ago)
Enjoyed this week very much but why do we need microscopic views of everything? The camera gets way to close and I find myself saying, out loud even, to pan back. I have to look away sometimes because it is just to close.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We will work on that.
Traci (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
Thanks for the week of tips and inspiration! I'm inspired to go try my hand at watercolor stamps! Keep up the great work!
Pat (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
Wow, what a great week of webisodes. You showed so many techniques and wonderful tips. I was really impressed with the Penny Black stamps as I'm not very adventurous yet and you showed that you could use the inks that you have and still come out with something very beautiful. Thank you for all you do!
terrie (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
Well done for such a wonderful week of webisodes.....loved each day and you both have done a great job.
Jean (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
What wonderful ideas, now I need the cat's eye ink pads (already on my wish list). I think I have enough card supplies to start a class in card making...so I can buy more new supplies that seem to keep coming out every month. Thanks for all the beautiful instructions.
Laura Buehler (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
Thanks for showing all of these different mediums on the same kinds of stamps so we can see the differences. I happen to have all of the pigment ink sets that you showed, as well as the regular and oxide distress inks AND the marvy markers, so I'm going to try all of these techniques. I don't have these particular Penny Black stamps yet, but I do have several of their stamps and they are very high quality with lots of details. For anyone who hasn't tried Penny Black before, I highly recommend them.
joan koma (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
Wow what a wonderful week of webisodes. I'm sad it's over. One thing I learned is not to be afraid of stamping and how much I needed the MISTI, so I purchased it. I can't wait to use it along with all the new stamps I purchased. I really love the Penny Black stamps. How about a webisode on Ribbon treatments and bows. Your design team is excellent and Gail does a great job on demos.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Please see the webidsode on the product page for our Ways with Ribbons DVD. It is item 4101529 you can see it on the product page when you enter that item number into the search at the top of the page. Hope you like it.
Barbara Pohl (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
LOVE the webisodes, as always. Great techniques and ideas - I always look forward to these. I have one complaint, however -- I have noticed over several weeks now that for some reason the camera is often just TOO CLOSE! On this webisode, for example, there were a few times when I had to turn away because it literally made me nauseous to watch. It's great to get in close for specific bits, but when Gail is actually demonstrating something I don't need to see the pores in her fingers! I want to see the overall process she is doing. Thanks - I've been wanting to say that for a while now. Otherwise, the demos are one of the very best things about the Paper Wishes site, and Gail & Paulette are terrific.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We will watch that.
Rosie (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
What is silky paper? Great week ladies!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Silky paper is a product by Hot Off The Press that is designed to be extra white (so they don't distort your marker colors, extra smooth (so they take inks really well) and made so the marker colors won't bleed through. 20 sheets per pack. They are item 4104217.
Cynthia S (posted 4 months 27 days ago)
As always, a delightful WOW!
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