Thursday, April 29, 2010

Try That Technique GO RETRO

Good afternoon stampers, Beth here with this week's Try That Technique challenge.
I love retro, which is why my recent main floor renovation went retro. I love it so much, that Diana Enns and I challenged each other to Go Retro this week. Do you dig my brayer work? Isn't it boss? I'm one cool cat today--LOL.
Go Retro! Can you dig it? So get with it and be a cool cat--split and read your June 2003 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter and make your card today!
Don't forget to take a peak at Diana's hip card. Check out Pat's card in the post below to see her card, and to read about this week's sale.

The winner of the Grafitti challenge is Jane Bosi, one of our regular participants. Congratulations Jane! Your card is on our Yahoo TJ home page for the week.

For your chance to win a chance to be on the Yahoo TJ home page, simply create a card or project using the Go Retro technique and link up to Mr. Linky.

Show off your talent to 4000 subscribers.


Try that Technique: Go Retro (and 2003 is on sale for 1/2 price, too)


Ah...2003. Such a good year. And this technique -- it was so popular when I first published it! I remember when I first thought of doing this one (yes, I do, even 7 years later). I was in the shower.. and had a "what-if" moment. Now I know you see this around and have seen it around for a long time -- that is because it was published 7 years ago! It was new for it's time. It was originally published in the June/July 2003 Technique Junkie Newsletter.

Let me take YOU back. If you would like to receive the six issues published in 2003, you have from now until May 5 to purchase them for half-price: $9.00 plus postage ($1.56 to US addresses, $1.81 to Canada, $2.76 to Europe, and $4.30 to Australia). Email me for an invoice. You do not need to be a subscriber to take advantage of this offer.

My card uses the technique with a plethora of pinks. The flower images are from Pink Paisley and the words are from Inkadinkado. It is just a fun card.

Now it's your turn! Try this technique and leave a link to your online post on Beth's Mr. Linky post, or if you prefer, simply upload your creations to the TJ Yahoo Group. Can't wait to see your take on my Retro Golden Oldie!