Hi Everyone ~
I am so looking forward to the weekend! Last weekend I was in Vermont ~ which was absolutely wonderful. The weather was great, company fun, and we painted & carved the weekend away! It went much to fast.
This weekend I am hoping to get in some much needed yard work and of course some stamping and scrapping! Can't wait.
Tonight I am having over a few of my Stampin' Family. It will be a night where Stamping Demos share ideas, tips, stamp, and catch up! I love these night.
If you are thinking of becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator ~ I would love to have you join my Stamping Team. You would enjoy these night too!
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Today I wanted to show you a card I created using the Big Shot and the Stampin' Up! Lattice Bigz Die.
I used a think piece of cardboard to cut the lattice pattern out with and used it as a stencil on these cards to create the background. I laid the die cut lattice on my card (being careful to center it) and sponged all around it in More Mustard.
Using Elements of Style from the upcoming SUMMER MINI and stamped the image over the lattice.
Stampin' Up! Demonstators are able to preorder new stamps before they become available to the general public! Yet another perk for being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!
I really like the look of this Technique.
Here is another card I created using the same technique with an added twist. I also stamped a script image in the background after sponging around the lattice.
The greens really didn't photograph well. I used certainly celery and Old Olive. They look much better in person – a great color combination.
I hope you give this technique a try. I have so many ideas now to try using this technique. Stay tuned for more samples.
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Thanks for stopping by today.