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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Technique Thursday








I used:
Paper: Crumb Cake CS #120953, Wild Wasabi CS #108641, Early Espresso CS #119686, Whisper White CS #100730, Woodland Walk DSP #117389, In Color DSP -hostess
Stamps: Oval All #113790
Ink: Bashful Blue #105209, Early Espresso #119680, Peach Parfait Marker #119801
Other: 2 Step Owl Punch #118074, 2 Step Bird Punch #117191, Oval #119855, Scallop Oval #119856, Scallop Circle Punch #119854, non-SU punch for fence, Cats Eye Fluid chalk in Creamy Brown, Chestnut Roan, and Dark Brown, Dimentionals #104430


Thanks for stopping by and looking! Have a great day :-)

6 comments:

Amanda said...

Not bored at all and totally excited by this! In all my blog crawling I have somehow missed this little technique. I love that it's so easy and yet creates are really great 3 dimensional cloud effect! Thank you for posting this! And for what it's worth, I would have liked to hear you sing.

jbuffan said...

I have seen this before but glad to actually see it demo'd and no I was not bored.
My question is how did you do the fence? Did you stamp with a woodgrain background and then punch the top edge? No stamp listed in your details. Just curious. I found you originally on utube then tracked you down here. I am really enjoying your blog.

Scrappin K said...

Well - that's just too cute! Now if I just had a Bashful Blue ink pad - I could do this.

Joan Robertson said...

jbuffan- I used Woodland Walk DSP which has a woodgrain paper in the pack. I used a Martha Stewart punch to get the top of the picket effect. I drew lines where the punch made the bottom part of the "v".
I then folded the lines and inked them with cat's eye fluid chalk. Hope this helps and thanks for visiting my blog!!!

Sheri said...

ooOOOooooh, so THAT's how you made the fence. hmmm. Off to go see if I can find that woodgrain paper I used to have.

You are just SO creative girlie. I'm glad you are my friend. <3

Kris said...

that is so soft and pretty! now i'm thinking i need to try it with torn paper to see what it looks like....hmmm....

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