Golden Digital Grounds

Ok so tonight I am not looking for cake decorating videos. We were talking about this new product that Golden came out with and I was not familiar with it. Well hold on Stella! I went to the Golden site to read up on it and what do I find? Videos on how to use this new product! OMG! Does this mean that I have to run over to Blicks to check this product out? I guess so.

CLICK HERE to watch the videos at Golden's site. There are two videos to watch and you will be just as anxious as me to go and buy some! Can you say ROAD TRIP?!?!?! LOL!

Let me know what you think of this and if you have tried it. If you have any other tips to add please do!



Ludid said...

Yes, this is a pretty amazing product. Let me recommend this podcast, if you haven't already heard it, I highly recommend it.
This specific link is for a talk with an artist who discusses all Golden products including Digital Ground. Have fun using it.

Tumble Fish Studio said...

Oh, I get so overwhelmed with the possibilities! Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

I see over there in your twitter box that you were sick yesterday. I hope you feel better today! Summer sickness is the worst. Rest and look for more ways for me to spend money on art supplies! hee hee


Angie said...

Thanks for sharing. I've always wanted to learn how to decorate cakes, but I've never gotten around to it yet.

TattingChic said...

Hi there! I know nothing about golden grounds!

However, I did want to say thank you for entering my giveaway! Good luck to you!

As far as tatting left handed goes it's really up to you how you want to do it. The left hand controls the tension and actually plays a very important role in the finished look of your double-stitches in tatting!
I've taught two people that are left handed to tat. One mirrored everything I did because that's how she always did it and the other one sat by me and did it exactly the way a right handed person does it and did very well...once I explained the important role the left hand has he felt comfortable doing it the same was as a right handed person does. I think in a way a left handed person actually has an advantage of prominence in dexterity with the left hand and tension.

Hope that helps!

I think tatting would look lovely with your artwork! :)

Patti said...

You mean you can wander over to Blick's? No surfing their kinda difficult website? wow, I'll have to check that out - thanks! Oh, so glad you found your friends - so valuable!!