Sunday, May 4, 2014

Technique Lover's Challenge #480

Hello everyone!!! Hope you had a wonderful weekend!!! We had another weekend of soccer games, planting flowers, and working in the craft is good!!! 

It's my turn to host the Technique Lover's Challenge on Splitcoast this week and I am going to revisit a previous challenge...#336 to Stamp the Sentiment Over the Image. The technique is simple...just stamp any sentiment over your main image. The image can be stamped or colored....what ever flips you skirt!! However, I am going to change it up just a little....this time you can use a diecut sentiment if you want. 

Here are a few other variations:

1. You can stamp the sentiment on vellum and than place it over a stamped image.
2. The sentiment can be stamped over a background that has been stamped with a background stamp.
3. You can stamp the sentiment over several stamped images in a collage effect.
4. Stamp the sentiment over a flower stem.
5. Stamp the sentiment over a color blocked background
6. Have fun!!!

For my sample, I used stamps from the Taylored Expressions  stamp set called 
Wine a Little ...they were stamped on the Choice Snow White card stock with Old Olive, Lavender Lace, and Certainly Celery inks. The sentiment from the same set was stamped with Concord Crush and the sequins, hemp cording, and washi tape finish it off. 

Thanks for stopping by....come back tomorrow for day one of the Taylored Expressions May Sneak are going to love all the new goodies!!!!

Supply List:
Taylored Expressions Stamps: Wine a Little
Paper: Choice Snow White (TE)
Ink: Lavender Lace, Old Olive, Certainly Celery, Concord Crush (SU) 
Accessories: Sequins (Doodlebug), Washi Tape (Doodlebug and We R Memory), Hemp Cording (Hemptique)


Anonymous said...

Oh Joan this is spectular!!

jimlynn said...

WOW!!! A perfect card! Love it!

Tammy said...

Ha! Fun card and the washi tape is perfect!

Lynn McAuley said...

I have a dear friend with a vineyard! I know what I am getting her for her birthday! Fabulous card with this amazing set, Joan!

Anne Temple said...

Adorable! Love the colors and that washi tape looks fantastic on here.