Monday, October 15, 2012

Lawnscaping challenge #44: New technique

Happy Monday!!
Hi! Today is the second Monday of the month so... It's time for another Lawnscaping challenge! All you must do to enter this challenge is try a new technique when you make your project, is that fun!


I won't lie you, I had a hard time with this challenge, lol! I tried some new techniques that ended like a total mess, even one of my jeans ended all inked, and It's pigment ink!! Ooooops!


Finally, I decided to try something less original and I inked an embossing folder for my card. I know this is not new for most of you but I've never tried it and I love it! I used Wet Cement ink and the embossed stripes look deeper and cool. :)
Also, I'm starting to learn how to crochet so I crocheted a chain using Lawn Trimmings and added to my card. I fun when you can mix your different hobbies ;)
I love the color combo in this card, it's based on the colors from the stripe of cloth from Amy Tangerine, I started adding colors and layers and this card came up with lots of dimension!

Well, enough blabling, I'd love if you join us in this challenge! It's sponsored by Lawn Fawn so you could win a stamp set of your choice! yum yum :)


Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a great week!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Winter Fox and Hello Friend
- Lawn Fawn papers: Bright Side, Dewey Decimal and Fa-la-la
- Lawn Fawn cord: Retro Trimmings
- Hero Arts background stamp: Grid Pattern
- Echo Park paper: Dots & Stripes
- Amy Tangerine cloth
- Copics
- Buttons
- Bazzil Card Shoppe cardstock
- Sizzix Framelits scalloped circle dies
- Memento ink: Tuxedo Black
- ColorBox pigment ink
- Hero Arts mid-tone ink: Wet Cement
- Cuttlebug embossing folder: Candy Cane Stripe

11 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Love the embossing! Lee-Ann :)

Laura Jane said...

LOVE the corrugated look your technique gave on the BG.
YAY! for your crochet chain!!
I'm addicted to making crochet flowers..talk about a stress reliever!

Kari Webster said...

This turned out awesome!! I love all the colors in your card!! So beautiful!

Christina Gualazzi said...

Your card is so adorable! Love all the textures!

Melissa Shea said...

Beautiful! I love that background! I saw that braided cord and wondered what you did to it! Gorgeous as always :)

Kanan Pandya said...

This is really pretty...Love the color combinations..:-)

Barb Ghig said...

I've never tried this technique either, but I think it's time...your card is FABULOUS! I love your crochet trim, too...that's a nice hobby, I hope you stay with it :-)

Renee said...

This is adorable!!! I haven't tried that technique yet, but I've wanted to for some time! TFS, love love love it!

amesari88 said...

I have never tried inking an embossing folder but I wii try it in my new project. I love this card!

omyn said...

where does the print on the end of the "log" (within the scalloped circles) come from please Yainea?

Yainea said...

omyn,
If you ask about the kraft paper it's from the Lawn Fawn collection Bright Side, it's called Jump for Joy.

I hope it helps! :)