Wednesday, September 11, 2013

SDC116: Try A New Technique

It's time for this week's Stampotique Designer's Challenge.  Today the Stampotique team is asking you to try a technique that is new to you.  This is always a fun challenge to see what techniques everyone will be using and what we might be missing out there.  

Have you heard?  Stampotique has issued its 2014 design team call - with two options!  

I'm always excited to try new techniques!  This time I was inspired by the seasons changing and decided to try creating a unique background by stamping with leaves!
I ventured out into the garden and borrowed a leaf from the beautiful brown-eyed susans still in bloom.  I smooth brayered the leaf with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad (Tomato Vine), placed it face-down on my background paper and rolled over it with a dry sponge brayer to transfer the ink.
I love how it turned out and used it for a background for an ATC.
Stamps by Stampotique Originals:
Trees 2 Sided, Stones and Grass Cube,  Beauty Verse
"All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better."
Ralph Waldo Emerson


  1. I love what you did with that ink pad! I have that one and I will definitely have to try this.

  2. This is beautiful Val, I love the way it turned out too xx

  3. awesome technique, i'll have to give it a try!! and what a great combination with the stamps, so cute, love it!

  4. the leaves look great on that background!


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