Registered: July 18, 2005 Location: No matter where you go--there you are! Posts: 2955
Mon, Aug 08, 2005 @ 6:09 PM
Same as WHAT other two? I don't know which ones you are talking about, but I sure like this. It looks like you've stamped the butterfly on white, then DTP around the edge--is that correct? I like how it "spotlights" the butterfly, while making that piece blend with the other colors.
Registered: June 27, 2005 Location: Lost in my craft room... Posts: 1845
Mon, Aug 08, 2005 @ 8:14 PM
The butterfly is actually paper pieced together. Basically- you stamp the image onto white. Then you stamp it onto various printed papers (I used 5 different papers). Then you cut and piece it together varying the papers to achieve the colored in look. That is really simple for an explanation I know. My Sept article for Rubber Road Adventures will have the instructions in detail (bookmark the link from my signature line). It is a really fun technique! I have been having a blast playing with it!