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Old 08-28-2016, 05:06 PM   #1
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Default TLC601 ~ All Natural Impressions {08/29/2016}

Hello stamping friends and welcome to another TLC Challenge. It's my turn to host the challenge this week and I have an easy one for you today called:


>TLC601; ALL NATURAL<



My challenge for you today is to use things found in nature!

You can use leaves, flowers, weeds; anything you would find outside and use it to press and transfer an impression onto your card.


For my card I used some geraniums from my garden and pressed them onto watercolor paper by running them through my Cuttlebug. I was left with a lovely impression.


Helpful hints: if your impression is too wet, dry with your heat gun a bit and press again.

If your natural element won't press because it's too dry, give it a light spray of water to help transfer the color.


*If you don't own a die-cutting machine, try placing the natural piece under a piece of paper and hit it with a hammer to transfer the image onto your paper.*




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So sorry everyone...I put my date title in wrong!!
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Fixed...I always have to remember that too as we always put the day and then the month.
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Thanks! Heres mine;



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LOL, there is not much in my garden just now other then nasturtiums which, I discovered recently are way, way too wet. I'll see what I can gather on the way home; worst case, I can sprinkle marigold petals, I think there are still some of those that I haven't yet dead-headed.
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Your challenge certainly enticed me to create a card, Karen. Fun to see what works....and what doesn't work. I had no luck "smashing" my ferns, but stamping worked beautifully. Thanks for the inspiration, mf

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People have dried things for centuries! How old is the oldest die cut kit? I automatically pick up natural items and have siince I could walk. At first Mother dried them, then taught me to. You open many books in my house to find a dried iterm.
Thank you for acknowledging that it can be done that way!
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Here's mine! I realised that the nasturtium flowers wouldn't be anything like as juicy as the leaves. Man, you should have seen the mess after those, they oozed right out the sides of the plate and onto the floor and the whole house smelled of them - but luckily I keep the BG on a plastic mat.

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Love - LOVE today's challenge - Since I STILL don't have a Big Shot or cuttlebug ( on my christmas wish list) I transfer my flowers to cardstock the old-fashioned way - By WHACKING the heck out of them with a Hammer!! Here's today's card using a Stargazer lily I received from a friend last week - TFL -
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A tip for those of you using a machine to press your flowers and ending up with alot of green slime on your plates ( Sabrina & Calex) Try putting a layer or two of paper towel over your "natural" and then your top plate. It should help to absorb the liquid released by pressing - this works well for me with the hammer method and worth a try with the machines!
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I should have known that pigment from a leaf, which had already turned for fall, wouldn't transfer. At least, there's natural stuff in the handmade paper, and a shadow of a leaf imprint.

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I used a couple of leaves as stamps. Love this kind of natural technique. Here's my card:

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My choice of nature today was a sunflower and butterfly. Great challenge!

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A tip for those of you using a machine to press your flowers and ending up with alot of green slime on your plates ( Sabrina & Calex) Try putting a layer or two of paper towel over your "natural" and then your top plate. It should help to absorb the liquid released by pressing - this works well for me with the hammer method and worth a try with the machines!
Grins - that's exactly what I did today, after my experience a couple of weeks back with the nasturtium leaves. I used thinnish card today, so I was able to have two sheets with the petals sandwiched between them (so I have another sheet waiting to use), and have kitchen towel on both sides of that and still run it through the Big Shot with no mess.
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Awesome technique. I've seen it many times and this is my first time to try it. I love the effect. Thanks for the nudge to do it today!

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Here's my card: marigold mash.
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Here's a juicier effort: CAS392 happy birthday
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Thanks for the fun challenge, mf! I had a (messy) blast! Here's my Pressed Maple Leaves. Thanks so much for looking.
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I tried several different flowers and a few leaves and this one using some faded hydrangea blossoms is my favourite:

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Thank you Karen for this fun but appropriately challenging technique; it took 6 tries to get a good press. My card
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Here's my card for the challenge All the Flowers, loved doing this cheers Marg
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Here's mine. Turned out to be fun.
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For those whoasked what they were, that I had used on my card. My DH plants them in pots on deck. Here is photo fron online.

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Ok, Karen you made me make several cards! LOL! Too much fun to only due one!

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Saw some wild cornflowers today and decided to give them a try. Here's the result:

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Thank you for this challenge, Karen. It worked out perfectly with my gardening this morning. I was doubtful at first but was richly rewarded. Purple Rain by floridaperson - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers


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Well I have a lot of pressed flower backgrounds to play with for a while. Here is the one I liked the best.
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Here is my entry for the Natural Impressions challenge...
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OK, HELP! I'm not sure just how I'm supposed to do this. I used watercolor paper and sprayed it with water before putting the flowers on it. When I ran it through my big shot I mostly had an oozy mess. Some of the flowers and leaves I tried worked a little better than others, but I'm not very excited about any of my results. I couldn't find a tutorial on this technique, unless I wasn't searching correctly. Should I be using watercolor or regular cardstock? Should I not wet the paper first?
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OK, HELP! I'm not sure just how I'm supposed to do this. I used watercolor paper and sprayed it with water before putting the flowers on it. When I ran it through my big shot I mostly had an oozy mess. Some of the flowers and leaves I tried worked a little better than others, but I'm not very excited about any of my results. I couldn't find a tutorial on this technique, unless I wasn't searching correctly. Should I be using watercolor or regular cardstock? Should I not wet the paper first?
I don't think you need the added water...most flowers have plenty of moisture. If you put a paper towel below your paper when you run it through the die-cutting machine, it should absorb a lot of the moisture and give you a better impression. Because of the moisture, it's probably best to use water-color paper.
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Here's another card for the challenge, Autumn Birthday Wishes, love doing this challenge and I think the secret is the heavy grade watercolor paper.
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OK, HELP! I'm not sure just how I'm supposed to do this. I used watercolor paper and sprayed it with water before putting the flowers on it. When I ran it through my big shot I mostly had an oozy mess. Some of the flowers and leaves I tried worked a little better than others, but I'm not very excited about any of my results. I couldn't find a tutorial on this technique, unless I wasn't searching correctly. Should I be using watercolor or regular cardstock? Should I not wet the paper first?
yes, most plants are wet enough already.....try it with no water and you will most likely get a better impression.
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Maria - I only use regualr cardstock & get good results altho I use a hammer to pound mine instead of the machine. Several people said they got an OOzy mess with the Big Shot but try putting a layer of paper towel over your leaves in your "sandwich" - that should help absorb the extra moisture.
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I tried it again this time using my big shot

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Gave it a try--thanks, Karen!Hydrangea Card From Real Hydrangea Blooms by gg nurse - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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At LONG last, I got a Big Shot machine so I had to try actually pressing leaves & flowers instead of my tried & true hammer method - here is my card:

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