Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Technique Time Tuesday Time!

Hello Everybody!

So many exciting things happening at Technique Time Tuesday!  First we have a new technique!  It's called Brick Wall.  All of the instructions are here so go check it out and join us!

Here is my card:


I realized that I used the same Eiffel Tower from Hero Arts as I did last month.  But of course I didn't realize it until after the picture was taken.  So I promise I will use different stamps next month-LOL!  I used Distress Inks for the background of the tower.

And you know that Technique Time Tuesday has a Facebook page?  Yes!  And when you enter our challenge, we will ask if you would like us to put your entry on our Facebook page.  What better way to show off your work with your friends?  (Other than posting it yourself) ;)

Oh!  And one last huge thing-we have 7 new ladies that have joined us!  That's 7 more inspiring ways to use these awesome techniques!  Stop by and welcome them!

Thank you for stopping by here!  I've been super busy last week-but hopefully things will calm down a bit and I'll be crafting a little more!

Until next time my friends...have a wonderful Tuesday filled with excellent techniques! :)

10 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Gorgeous and I love the French theme.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Annette said...

wow this looks amazing...i love it..

Mynnette said...

Katy, this is beautiful! LOVE the background you created and I adore that you used the same image again! What a great way to showcase the versatility of them! HUGS! :)

Julz said...

Everything coordinates wonderfully French style from The Eiffel Tower to the French script to the sentiment! :)

Angi Barrs said...

What a fun technique. Love how you made this!

Ellen said...

Ah Paris! Love your DI background and the stamp. Beautiful colors!! LOVE it!

Dr Sonia S V said...

The brick technique is so fascinating Katy. I dont stamp much but feel so inspired to try this!

Hayley Kew said...

Really neat card, I especially like how you outlined the brick focal point in black card stock! Very excited to be a part of the team with you at Technique Time Tuesday :)

die amelie said...

Bonjour! :)

LOVE your french brick wall, Katy!
Beautiful aged look on the background!!!

Hugs,

Claudia xx

Louise van Vuren said...

Love your French theme here, and the colours are muted and very Parisienne! Great job with the technique, looking forward to working with you

Louise xx