Monday, November 29, 2010

Faux Tile Background

Tiny Grape and Holly Border Set by Rubber Stamp Tapestry

For today's SCS Faux Tile Background Technique Challenge . . .
My friend, Julie, made this awesome tutorial for this technique. Check it out!
I used Rubber Stamp Tapestry's Tiny Grape and Holly Border Set for my images. This card measures 4" square.


I am entering my card in these challenges:
Scrappy Frogs Challenge (Christmas)
Crafty Sentiments (Christmas)
Stamp Insanity (Try Something New - Faux Tile Background)
Fab 'n' Funky (Anything Goes)
CCEE Stampers (Lace)

Stamps: Tiny Grape and Holly Border Set and Joy (Rubber Stamp Tapestry)
Paper: Champagne Metallic (Prismatic), PTI White, Bravo Burgundy and Elegant Eggplant (SU!)
Ink: VersaColor Pinecone, Evergreen, Burgundy, Grape & Encore Metallic Gold
Accessories: May Arts Satin Ivory ribbon, seam binding lace, Cuttlebug EF, Kaiser pearls, Scor-Pal, ticket corner punch
Techniques: faux tile background

9 comments:

  1. Oh wow,this is so pretty,thanks for joining us at fab'n'funky this week
    Heidy

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  2. Wow - this is fabulous! You've done an amazing job with the texture and faux-tiles! WOW!! I love this. :) Thoroughly *thankful* that you chose to Challenge Yourself and share your work with us at StampInsanity!! (:

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  3. You did a fabulous job with this technique...my first try sits on my stampcave table.....it was fine til I tried sponging...I have got to be the most challenged sponger in the world...truly....nice to see your fab results

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  4. Beautiful... simply gorgeous and thanks for sharing with us this week over at Crafty Sentiments Christmas Challenge! Jo xxxx

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  5. Beautiful Judy, fantastic background. Love it. Thanks for joining SISC.

    Rosalien

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  6. This is so cute and pretty! I love the little grape stamp. :)
    How did you stamp it in different colours though? Do you paint each item on this stamp a different colour and then stamp it - and if so, how do you do it so quick that the paint doesn't dry before you're done?

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