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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Having Fun With Faux Quilt Technique

The other day I posted a mini-tutorial for the Faux Quilt Technique. I am having so much fun with it, that I had to post some more of my creations. It really is a great way to use up paper scraps plus created a very unique look with each piece you do.

For each sample, I just used scrap paper square (Stampin' Up! 1 1/4" paper punch, item #104400) and attached them to a 6" square piece of whisper white card stock (but any color will work).

I haven't attached this to a card yet, but do like the look. This was cut using the Stampin' Up! Big Shot Die Cut Machine (item #113439) and the Scallop Circle Die (item #113468).

This was created using the Big Shot "Frame, Oval Scallop", item #114521. When you use this die, you get the frame as well as the oval used below in the Easter card. It makes it very versatile.

Also used from Stampin' Up!:
Stampin' Up! Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, item #118138 (embossed butterflies)
Messages for Mom Stamp Set, item #117016 - wood OR item #118580 - clear mount
Scallop Trim Border punch, item #118402, Sale-a-bration item

The oval egg is the inside of the Frame, Oval Scallop die used in the 2nd card. The background was created using the Crinkle Background Technique that I posted last week. I used 3 shades of blue classic ink, but you could use any color combination you want.

Also used the following Stampin' Up! products:

Chocolate Bunny Stamp, item #116980 (this is single stamp only)
Eggcoutrements stamp set, item #115164 - wood OR item #118556 - clear mount.

Have any of you tried the Faux Quilt Technique? It is really easy to do, and the results are amazing. I hope that you will try it and then post links to your creations too.

If you would like additional informaton on Stampin' Up! products, please contact me. I am an Independent Demonstrator for Stampin' Up!.

Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
(On-line ordering now available thru my website)

1 comment:

JustYolie said...

What a great technique, TFS!

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