It’s been a comfortable summer so far. We could use a stretch of sunny dry days so the hay can be finished. All in all, a lot better than snow. 🙂
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Love using Pop Dots on cards especially. Gives some dimension to the card, but still ships without extra postage. I’ve also been know to use pop dots to keep the wings of my butterfly away from the page and look more like they are ready to take off and fly.
On the club night sample hopefully you can see what I mean with the butterfly wings.
Using the window pane technique is a great way to fill a little more space if your image is just a tad smaller than you would like it to be. I’ve also found that it can make a quick stunning card too. (I’ve taken a flower and cut it into a window pane and voila a card.)
You don’t have to back it with another color, but it does make it easier to dry fit in the window pane part is already glued down to another paper.
Here is the club night sample.
Here are the stamp sets I’ve used in this example, and many of the other tags that we will be looking at in the upcoming posts:
I also used Seaside papers (X7192B)
Our awesome markers were also put to use throughout this process of creating the technique tags.
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Happy Crafting and Good Luck!
Again, you have reminded me of a technique I tend to forget …… that of making an image through a windowpane effect. I haven’t used that in quite some time. It’s now back on my crafting agenda. Thanks for the reminder.