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A Technique Challenge

March 28, 2012

A challenge was posted on Sudsol this week to try the Acrylic Block Stamping Technique.  This is one that I have seen used with such fantastic effects, so of course I had to join the challenge.

I scored and folded Sahara Sand card stock and stamped on the front using the En Francaise Background Stamp and Sahara Sand ink.  I also sponged around the edges using the same ink.  I attached a piece of Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper to Poppy Parade card stock and attached it to the right hand side of the card front.  I inked one side of an ‘E’ sized Clear Block using Sahara Sand ink and stamped it onto Very Vanilla card.  The idea is that you get the rectangle shape in a rather haphazard way.  I stamped the flower image from the Charming stampset using Not Quite Navy ink over the top of the Sahara Sand ink.  I attached the image panel to Not Quite Navy card stock and attached it to the card front using dimensionals.

This is a very simple technique, so if you haven’t tried it then I suggest that you do so.  I’d love to know what you think.

Bye for now, Kris.

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