Sunday, March 13, 2016

Hello


Hello Sunday Friends!

Late last night I was watching a little YouTube and I ran across an old technique made a bit new.  Please forgive me for not referencing the video....it was 2am when I found it and I don't remember who posted it.  However, I dreamed about it all night long and knew I had to make a version of what I had seen.

The technique used to be (maybe still is) called One Sheet Wonder.  This is where you stamped an entire 8.5x11 paper with lots of images and then you could cut them up to make multiple cards.  Instead of doing an entire sheet of card stock, I just did one card front size piece.  I figured I could make two cards. Of course I messed up the other half...so one card will do.

The primary stamp set I used is a layering flower set from Altenew.  I didn't use the images as layers though.  I just stamped random outlines in grey and black until I had just small spaces to fill.  Then I grabbed some tiny stamps and added in dots and squiggles.  I like that it was an additional way to use my stamps.

I cut my panel in half and layered it onto my card front with fun foam in between.  Then I added a die cut sentiment and some pearls.

Yup, this was fun.  A little time consuming, but I plan to do it again!

See you tomorrow.

Susie

1 comment:

Creative Daisy Crafts said...

I love this card Susie, going to give it a try, pinned it first though just in case lol Have a great day! Liz