Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Hey friends!

I hope you are having a nice week so far :)  Thank you for stopping by.

I am not sure if this technique has a name, but Teri stamped the kangaroo and then stamped her 2 more times with the same ink as the first image, making each image lighter and giving the look of movement.  She used crayons to color which gives her card a softened look.  Her sentiment treatment is fabulous!























Check out this totally playful card by Alison - A polka dotted pink frog - what a crack up!  I love that frayed grass!!  She curved the dotted line to make bounces and added texture to the clouds with more polka dots.  VERY clever card!



















This card is wicked cool.  Does the flower make you think of camouflage?  She colored the bananas from Fruitastic to make a large scalloped border.  The flower petals are form the lemon stamp and the center is the blueberry.  The flower pattern is made from an accent found on our Boob Tubes stamp set.






















Have a fantastic day :)

xo
Kim

8 comments:

  1. Stamp on - Stamp off (the name for Teri's technique) was a brilliant idea! Love the motion of the roo! And Alison? That girl's mind works like crazy. I can't even see half of what she sees! Crazy I tell you! GREAT work from both ladies!

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  2. Such fabulous cards! I know the technique Teri used as "Second or Third Degree" stamping. I've never seen it used like this to make movement before, but what a great idea! TFS =)

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  3. Fantastic cards! You have one amazing design team!!

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  4. 3 fabulous and very clever cards! You learn something new everyday! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Fab cards, love the triple stamped roo :)
    Using the banana for a scalloped border is awesome :)
    Jenny x

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  6. Alison is one clever girl. Love her creations. Darling what Teri came up with. Very smart. Love that she used crayons.

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  7. OMG, love them all completely! I must get some of these stamps/images. I really want them all. Your DT has some very cool ideas! Rocked it!

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