Video: Smooching Technique

April 07, 2016

Hello everybody! This is Emily Cupely and for today's video I made a baby card using the smooching technique to decorate the background of my scene which goes perfectly with my images, since it gives the look of water. I hope you enjoy the video tutorial below!! :)










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