Tuesday, July 10, 2012

A Fun Technique

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Late last month there was a tutorial over at Our Daily Bread Designs using embossing resist to form a background.  I liked to look of it, so 'had a go' and this is the result.


For the background I chose to use a butterfly image, and I was glad I did as it was very hard to see where I had been - I was not worried that some overlapped, as a flock of  butterflies don't fly in straight lines when disturbed.


Not all the embossing was as neat as above, so when I assembled the card I added the corner ribbon and the sentiment label in strategic places.


I had fun playing with this technique, and have been dreaming up other colour and stamp combinations to use.

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Card Recipe:
Card - Bright yellow and white
Inks: Distress in Aged Mahogany,Victorian Velvet, Mustard Seed, memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps: Layers of Color (ret) Butterfly Collector, Inspired Stamps Inspired Backgrounds
Accessories: Brad, ribbon Spellbinders Double Ended Tags

16 comments:

  1. Awesome card. I love how you've done the emboss resist technique and your colors are so vibrant. Thanks for joining us at Fashionista Challenge. pat k.x

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  2. Wow Maxine - I love that technique and the butterfly is perfect for the background! Great colours too! You are very clever - love it! {{{hugs}}}

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  3. How creative Maxine! This is just a heaping helping of bright, beautiful color! Love your technique.
    Hugs,
    Marsha

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  4. Hi I'm new to your blog. Wow I love this technique, your card came out great. I love the stitched ribbon. I am your newest follower. Hugs

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  5. This is gorgeous- I will have to go check out this technique! Love the over-stamped honeycomb type image! Thanks for inspiring me!

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  6. Great effect, it looks fab, love the colours xx.... Thanks for sharing and joining in with us at ATCs and Cards with Attitude xx

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  7. Great card and love the technique ~ It's like one I know as Joseph's coat. Love that you used red as your top coat. Fabulous.

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  8. Maxine, this is wonderful! LOVE that color combo you used and all the butterflies are so pretty against the hexagons. Really like the ribbon in the corner and tiny bow too. FABULOUS card!
    Lynn

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  9. This is awesome Max, I love how those butterflies look and the ribbon on the corner is fabulous.

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  10. Brilliant card with a cool technique. Lovely colour palette as well! Thanks for joining us in this weeks PanPastel Challenge.
    Eileen x

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  11. LOVE all of those hexagons!! Uber cool design.

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  12. Brilliant project! Love the look you've achieved.
    Thanks for joining us over on ATCs With Attitude.
    Hugs Alison x x

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  13. Super cute! Thanks for playing in the Bugaboo Challenge.

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  14. What a cool card!

    Thanks so much for playin' along with us this week for the Catch The Bug “July Anything Goes" Challenge with Bugaboo Stamps! We hope you join us again tomorrow for a fantastic Christmas in July celebration and the chance to WIN lots of goodies!!!!!
    Hugs & Happy Days! ~Min
    Kaymin Kreations

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  15. Oh my gosh Maxine... I LOVE how many techniques you do! All the things that I think, "I'd love to try that one day" you actually DO! I think you are awesome! :) This one is fabulous - bright and beautiful! Well done... I'll have to try that one day LOL!
    Hugs, Shannah xox

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