Good Monday Morning! Hello and welcome! Today's Cards showcase 2 techniques, the first being a new technique to me. It's the corner fold. You can find the tutorial I used to learn how to make this card over on my Tutorial tab. I'll also add more corner fold inspiration samples as I make them under the tutorial so check back soon. The second technique is one I've been wanting to dive into again and that is the bleaching technique. I have several samples on my technique tab for inspiration so make sure to check those out too!
I hope you like the two cards I made using these techniques.
I chose to make them slightly different. Each one utilizing scraps from my stash
Here;'s a close up of the bleached tulips in which I went back with Copic markers and colored them in.
and added the same stamped tulip image to the inside of the cards to pull the whole thing together.
Gina K Designs Ocean Mist & Chocolate Brown card stock
Stampin Up' Crumb Cake ink
Tulips from Blooming Garden Stamp set by Penny Black
Kraft hemp cord
sequins and gem stickers
I hope you enjoyed viewing my version of this card. Have a wonderful Fall week and remember to find the time to make something beautiful!
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Through the Craftroom Door-AG
Fan-Tastic Tuesdays- AG w/ 2 patterned papers
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge Blog- AG
As You Like It- Favorite color and why? Brown because it reminds me of choclate and I LOVE chocolate!
Hanna & Friends- Special Card Form
Stamp & Create-Brown or Kraft
Bleaching is a technique I haven't tried yet either, but I want to. So many techniques...so little time!
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