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Coffee staining technique and burnt edges tutorial - Day1.wmv

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Published on May 27, 2011

I have been asked to do this tutorial many times but due to time constraint i couldn't do so , now i am compiling all the tutorials that were requested.
This is a very popular method to achieve n antique or aged look for any type of paper you can do this to pattern paper, computer printing paper even card-stock your only limited by your imagination!!

MATERIALS NEEDED
1 tbsp coffee
3 tbsp water
a small bowl for mixing
a paintbrush flat or round but should be more than 8
old newspaper or craft sheet to protect work surface
blow dryer
pattern paper, computer printing paper, card-stock
a tea candle
Nail buffer
steel plate(large)
baby wipe
For the method watch the video its pretty self explanatory:-

MATERIALS NEEDED
1 tbsp coffee
3 tbsp water
a small bowl for mixing
a paintbrush flat or round but should be more than 8
old newspaper or craft sheet to protect work surface
blow dryer
pattern paper, computer printing paper, card-stock
a tea candle
Nail buffer
steel plate(large)
baby wipe
For the method watch the video its pretty self explanatory:-

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