Altenew Layering Video – Delicate Tiles

Altenew Layering Video – Delicate Tiles


Hello everyone, this
is Amber from Altenew. Thanks you so much for joining me today. In this video I’m going
to walk you through how you can layer the images
from Delicate Tile Stamp Set. Delicate Tiles creates three
beautiful multi-colored tiles, styled with traditional middle
eastern patterns and mind. There are four layers
for two of the tiles, and three layers for the third tile. Each tile has it’s stamps
grouped on the stamp packaging, for easy reference. You can either stamp your tiles how they’re lined up in the packaging, or follow along with the layering guide. The first tile I’ll demonstrate, is the one with three layers. I’ll stamp each layer
in a different color, from the Lapis Lazuli, and
Golden Sunset color families. You want to you refer
to your layering guide, and look at the key indicators,
for lining up your stamps. The best places I find to look, are in the corners, and the
very center of each layer. Here you can see our first tile, compared to the layering guide. And we’ll move on to the second tile, which will be on top of
the layering guide here. This one also has four layers, so I’ll alternate the
blue and yellow inks. Again, focusing on the corners, and the centers to align my layers. This last detail layer hugs all of the previous
elements perfectly. We’ll move on to the third tile at the bottom of the layering guide, and we’ll follow the same process. So the first and second layer done. The third layer snugs
in there quite nicely. You’ll see that I misstamped
my fourth layer here. Make sure that you bring
your stamping towards you, so you can look directly over it. And be sure to focus on
the center of this stamps, since it doesn’t have corners. And of course refer to
your layering guide. That’s how you stamp the layer images from Delicate Tiles Stamp Set. If you have any questions, please email us at
support, at Altenew.com, and we’ll be happy to answer them. I hope this was helpful. Thank you so much for joining me today, and I’ll see you next time.

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