Happy Hump Day All!
While visiting crafting friends blog yesterday, I spotted this awesome technique over on Donna Phelan's blog (Crafting by the Seashore). She was kind enough to share the VIDEO where she learned the technique and she also shared her own personal HACK at the end of her post (such a clever crafter!). Be sure to check it out ... I haven't tried the hack yet (ran out of time), but will be playing with this technique more over the next few days so 'beware' lol.
I used a Hero Arts stamp that I purchased a few years back and as stated above, I went with the 'Stamp it Twice' technique as shown in the video. I used a Sue Wilson Lattice die set a PinkFresh sentiment panel. Faux stitching was done around the outer edge to tie in with the stitching on the lattice die.
I will add a birthday sentiment on the inside of my card but thought it would be nice to finish off the inside with a couple single flowers from the same set. I added stems and a touch of color.
Earlier in the week I played along with a black & white themed challenge over on the Cupcake Inspiration blog and think I'll share today's card also.
Thanks again to Donna for sharing this fun technique! I can't wait to create a few more ... maybe in technicolor next time! LOL Go ahead, watch the video and give it a whirl ... you'll be hooked too!
Retro Rubber Challenge #203 - Happy Birthday (sorry ... stamp is at least 3 years old)
A Place to Start March Challenge - ATG
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - ATG
Thanks for taking the time to stop by today ... I appreciate you!
As always . . .
Looks great funny as I only added this also to my group to day... great ytube xReplyDelete
Your card is lovely and it is also a new to me technique as well. I may have to check out how to do this as it makes a gorgeous presentation!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! So elegant in black and white! You used the perfect stamp image! Love your finished inside too! I think this technique will hit every Blog everywhere lolReplyDelete
Beautiful card and fun technique!ReplyDelete
A very elegant card with that colour combo of black and white. That stamp is perfect for it. A very interesting technique, thanks for sharing the link to the video. Thanks for joining us at A Place To Start. Hugs, María.ReplyDelete
I will have to look into how you did this. It is beautiful! So glad you played along with our Black & White challenge at Cupcake Inspirations! We hope you will play again soon. Have a beautiful day.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us over at Cupcake Inspirations Challenge Blog.
Revati, Cupcake Inspirations DT Member
Wow, this IS a clever technique - such a dramatic look! Love it in black and white, too. Wish I knew the age of your stamp - but LOVE the card! Thanks so much for playing at Retro Rubber!ReplyDelete
I have been seeing this alot on you tube too and am keen to have a go as well. Hugs Mrs A.ReplyDelete
I have it on my list to try to, very cool results!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh I love this technique. I have never seen it and now totally want to try it.ReplyDelete
It's ahhh-mazing in black and white! Love lattice any day of the week, and with the print -- fabulous!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty!! I LOVE this fun technique you used on this!! Thank you for playing with us at Cupcake Inspirations Challenge.ReplyDelete
CIC DT Member
Very pretty climbing flowers on your "trellis" like background. Thanks for sharing with us at Cupcake Inspirations.ReplyDelete
Fun card. Thanks for playing along with Rectro Rubber Challenge Blog.ReplyDelete
This is amazing! I can't stop looking at it. The lattice with the print is phenomenal, I need to check out the tutorial. Thanks so much for playing at Retro Rubber this time. Claire DT xReplyDelete