So, I have not had a lot of crafting time in the past couple weeks because of these two. Yes, we got two puppies..or I should say my husband surprised us with these two. While they are adorable, and I know they will grow out of this baby stage, I do not suggest getting two puppies when you are trying to sell your house. What a feat to get these two gathered up, then harness Thor, our older dog, and get out the door for buyers to look.
I am finally getting them on a bit of a schedule and am starting to have a bit of time. So, I decided to join in a swap. It was a technique swap, we had to create a card using the Faux Cloisonne technique. I have been wanting to try this one, so it was perfect timing. I loved it! I will definitely do it again.
|The aqua flowers were a mountain sky, the dark blue are from a night city scape, and the magenta are from an ad for raisins.|
The technique is really quite simple, heat emboss on glossy magazine pages and then "fussy cut" your images. Well, I actually cheated a bit, I used a set from Stampin' Up (flower shop) that had a matching punch...so "no fussy" cutting for me. This, of course, made it much faster. The fun was seeing how the images would come out from the various pages.I kept the backgrounds simple so the flowers were the focal points. I did add centers to the flowers...gotta have a little bling!
I will definitely keep this technique in my repertoire and I will be looking at magazines in a whole new way!
Thanks for looking!