This is for today's Technique to stamp w/ water & a late entry for 10/31 FS195 CherylQuilts. Cheryl I hope you enjoyed your week & I'm sorry I did not get a card posted for you earlier.
This is my 3rd attempt at Joan's technique. The stamp was too wet & left a blob, the 2nd time it didn't seem to pick up any color. For the 3rd try, I used watercolor paper. I'm still not sure I've done this right, but here it is.
I chose this Friendship Flower card of Cheryl's to case, changing the layout a little, adding ribbon tabs, changed the stamp & did corner piercing.
I hope you like my version of your beautiful card seen here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...p;ppuser=29047
Cheryl's gallery is chocked full of gorgeous creations & I hope I did her justice.
Thanks for stopping by to take a peek.
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Date: Monday, November 8, 2010 GMT Views: 230
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Mon, Nov 08, 2010 @ 3:45 PM
Oh, Karen, you tried the TLC challenge today -- good for you! I saw it and just couldn't get around to it. I love that you did it, and it turned out well. I love the piercing -- always adds such a nice touch! Thanks!! It's been a nice week as FS!!
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Mon, Nov 08, 2010 @ 3:47 PM
Bugzi, wow, what a coool technique. It's so soft looking. Three times is a charm isn't that what they say? I love that card of Cheryl's and really think you did a great job with your interpretation of hers. DYNO-MITE! And, very worth the extra effort!! TFS!
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Tue, Nov 09, 2010 @ 8:15 AM
I think it is lovely - and how brave to try this technique - I would have said, "hey, wonder what the technique will be next week and skipped it."
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