Thursday, 7 June 2018

Stamping Techniques To Try Blog Hop


Welcome to another Stamping Techniques To Try Blog Hop. This time we are focusing on the Bordered Sentiment technique.



This is such a fun and easy technique that gives striking results every time. It is a technique that can be done by the beginner and also the more experienced. With a wide variety  of images that can be used, this technique has wide spread appeal.

Here is the first card I made using this technique.

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You can see with this card, the flowers appear to be going under the sentiment. At first glance you may think that the sentiment is actually a separate piece that has been glued on top of the flowers. But a closer inspection sees that  this is a single  layer card.

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Rather  than try to explain the technique, I made a video that you can watch below.



I had so much fun with this technique, I decided to make another one.

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This one looks completely different because of the stamp set I have used. Both of them are pretty and both use the same technique. So why not have a go at this technique yourself. I would love to see what you make.

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Now that you have seen my projects, it is time to see what the rest of the team have made. If you are interested in purchasing any of the supplies I have used on these cards, see the links to them in my online store at the bottom of the page.





Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle

10 comments:

  1. I really like your cards Narelle! I also used the Abstract Impression stamp set. Your color combinations are very nice.

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  2. great cards Narelle .. is that a spot under the bee i see?? lol just kidding .. love them both

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  3. Wowee Narelle! Gorgeous cards as always. Love!!

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  4. Gorgeous cards Narelle and love the video

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  5. Lovely fresh looking cards Narelle. This technique is wonderful for this style of card.

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