Tuesday, July 26, 2011

You Rock!

You Rock!
dets: all a|s: CS: sugar, papaya, bubblegum, and slate; Stamps: Rock star, harlequin background,  and avian notes;
Inks: papaya, bubblegum, french roast and momento black; Others: twinkle stars.
The girls at Studio Stampers have a challenge blog for a|s products. They have weekly stuido stars and they host different challenges.  This week the star is Kathy Hatzke and her technique challenge is ~ Masking.  This may be the first technique I learned from Jill Grace
It is a great way to add dimension and depth. 
I was having a difficult time using the Harloquin Background.  It's so huge that it didn't apply all the way.  Am I missing something?  Is there an easier way to stamp a large background?  Help anyone? 

Well, enjoy the other consultant's work!  Stop by and leave the others comments, we would love it! 

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  1. Analyn...Great card! I simply love this!! It is gorgeous and so clever. Love it and great job on the challenge.

  2. analyn, what a fun card! sometimes when you have a large image that isn't stamping well you can try putting a piece of foam paper or a magazine underneath the paper. otherwise you just have to push REALLY hard. i often stand up to do those ones. hope that helps some. thanks for playing along!!

  3. What a cool card!! Love it! Thanks for your comment on my blog! I´m from Sweden so the language is Swedish :)


  4. Love this one! I frequently stamp my background stamps upside down--lay the inked rubber down, gently place the cardstock on top, add a piece of copy paper or other scratch paper, and then rub to make sure the ink transfers to the paper.