Hi everyone and welcome to another Terrific Tuesday Video. I think I am finally back on track following our trip to Disney and our trip to Thailand. I have settled back in to work and have my Stampin’ routine back. Thank you to all of you for your patience. Vacation is nice but it’s always nice to get back home!
This week I will be sharing the tissue paper technique with all of you. Here is a picture of the card that I will be demonstrating. All the details are provided in my video. This is a simple technique and a great WOW card!
I used inspiration from a card I received from Jennifer Cotton as part of our card swaps from the Thailand trip, changed the colors a little, and incorporated the tissue paper technique. I LOVE how it turned out!
Jennifer’s card is the blue and orange (night of navy and peekaboo peach), I changed it up and used lemon lime twist and berry burst.
Here are the measurements of the cardstock:
Whisper white card base 5.5 x 8.5 scored at 4.25
Berry Burst mat cut to 5.25 x 4
Whisper White mat cut to 5 x 3.75
The stampset that I used for this card is called, Oh So Eclectic. Here is a picture of the stampset.
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Check out my video for all the details on this card technique. You will see some tissue paper for this technique:
REMEMBER TO COMMENT ON MY VIDEO FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! Since I haven’t done a drawing for a couple of weeks, I am putting the names of all the individuals who commented on my last two videos into the random picker app. The winner of the box of glue dots is…………BRIDGET ERVIN!
Bridget won just for commenting on one of my last two videos! Congratulations BRIDGET!! Up for grabs this week is a bolt of the crocheted trim. One lucky winner will be announced on my blog post next Tuesday so make sure you check back and that you visit youtube and comment on my video!
Here is a complete list of supplies that I used to create this card. Remember you will need to pick up some tissue paper from your local department store: