Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Faux Barn Wood and Stampotique Stamp by Judy Jackson




The Design Team has been challenged to use a Stampotique stamp as a main image with the Faux Barnwood technique from the February -March TJ newsletter. This is such a cool and easy-peasy technique. The absolutely hardest thing about this technique is waiting for the card stock to throughly dry after the last step!








This first card shown here uses a saying stamp from Stampers Anonymous as well as this delightful image of three little girls from Stampotique!



I wanted to make two cards using the same stamp, same technique, same idea but with a different orientation of the image.


This second card uses the focal image stamp from Stampotique plus a butterfly stamp from Stampin' Up and the greeting stamp is from Smart Works.


I hope you have been enjoying the various cards from the Deshgin Team using various stamps from Stampotique and the Faux Barn Wood technique. Stampotique has a wide variety of stamps -- something to suit every taste!


Have a wonderful day!


Judy Jackson

5 comments:

Jane Wetzel said...

perfect barnwood! I love this image too- great job!

Ann Schach said...

Judy...your barnwood is perfect! What a great technique! Fabulous cards!

Basement Stamper said...

Great cards, love how different they look. Thanks for playing along with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge.

Evelyn S. said...

Nice to see that all Stampotique images aren't those 'off-the-wall' ones! I do get a kick out of them, but would more likely use this one. Great results...it really looks like barn wood!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Beautiful cards.