Friday, April 12, 2013

4/12 Demo Swap Technique Cards Part Two

 

This is a soft and pretty technique where Cindy Standal stamped her Apothecary Die Cut Out piece with a series of first and second generation images using the stamp set called Stippled Blossoms. Just gorgeous!


Katherine Narog used the stamp called Swallowtail and then after it was stamped, cut the image into three segments and put the side pieces on dimensionals on her card. A great way to give the butterfly some lift!


Mary Alice Bellis punched out three circles and then stamped in the negative space for her technique card. Love the bright burst of Gumball Green ribbon! She used the stamp set called Spring Sampler and the words are from the set called Friendly Phrases.


Oh, Whale! is a cute stamp set that comes with all kinds of coordinating parts in our Spring Mini including a Sizzlit that cuts out the whale shape. On this card, Debby Filiowich used that Sizzlit to cut a whale from a Shaving Cream Background. Love the embossed clouds in the background, too!


Chris Glebus showcased the stamp set called Serene Silhouettes on this card that features a background called Polished Stone. It looks amazing in the picture, but even MORE amazing in real life!!


Vivian Barriga showcases an embossed background using the Houndstooth folder and a repeating image on her Father's Day card that she made for our swap. The stamp set with the bow tie is called Dapper Dad and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.


Sally Pinski created this card with dazzling diamonds sprinkled liberally across the pink flowers, but I'm afraid it doesn't show up so great in the picture. Trust me, however, that in real life this card is dazzling! She used the stamp set called Elements of Style.

I hope you enjoyed part two of our fabulous card swap! Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!!

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1 comment:

LeAnne said...

These are All fantastic!