Friday, 11 September 2015

Another Tree for 'The House'

For the last few weeks at The House that Stamps Built
the Rock Stars have uploaded 2 techniques
 I haven't used before.
This weeks is to create a background with Painter's Tape
You can see the details Here from Deonna.
I have seen this technique before
 but never got around to trying it out.
Now's my chance.
PS I have delayed starting making that birthday card
till the week end so I can concentrate on it fully. See last post.
This card is again for the DCC99 - Falling for Fall challenge

Now apart from very inky fingers this was a breeze
and makes a cas card with great effect.

Here are the products I used -
Brown/White card stock
Masking tape using
Memento Morocco/Peanut Brittle
Tim Holtz Dried marigold
Tim Holtz Speckles Stencil over the masked strips
Repeat Impressions Tree 1610
heat embossed in Terracotta
A few strips of scrap DP on the corners
Sentiment is from Cheery Lynn.

That's it for me for now



Patti J said...

Oh my goodness, Ina! You have rocked both the Project of the Week technique, AND the fall challenge. Your card is beautiful, my friend! Thanks for joining us at The House That Stamps Built! Great job!

Kathy S said...

I'm so glad that you are finding fun techniques to try. I love it when that happens. Have you ever heard of Technique Junkies? It's another DT I work for and it's a great site. There is a lot of fun techniques. I love how your card came out Ina. It's gorgeous and the colors are perfect for fall. Thanks for entering and using a Repeat Impressions Stamp at The House That Stamps Built.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Stunningly beautiful. Great fall card.

Heather said...

So pretty!! Great way to use the painter's tape technique; and you're right, it does create a really great CAS card. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Cheri said...

Fantastic job with that technique, SS. I'm a "Junkie" too...(Kathy mentioned Technique Junkies) lots of techniques there. Your card is fantastic and love that you entered the challenge 2x at The House.

Karen Shirey said...

stunning colors and love the technique you used Ina!