Thursday, February 7, 2013


This is a technique I learned in Day 8 of Class today.  
Laura Bassen shared her technique for creating plaid patterns.  I stamped my plaid pattern using the back of a background clear stamp on my circle then cut it out and used it as a frame. Fun technique. I cannot wait to play with it some more. 

The online class I am talking about is 

I used this adorable stamp set by Ali Edwards called HEARTS from Technique Tuesday!

STAMPS:Hearts by Ali Edwards (Technique Tuesday)
PAPER:White, Spring Moss (Papertrey Ink)
INK:Versafine Onyx Black, VersaMark, Memento Summer Sky, Rose Bud, Dandelion, Tangelo, Pear Tart
ACCESSORIES:Heart Trio Punch (SU), Corner Chomper 1/2", Spellbinders circle dies, Cuttlebug, Heat Tool, Top Boss White Embossing Powder, Anti-Static Pouch, Dimensional Tape, Inkessentials Glossy Accents, Silver pearl
TECHNIQUE: Plaid Stamping, Heat Embossing



Sara I. said...

Love the pop of the plaid against all that white space! Gorgeous CAS card - you totally rock them! xx

Letty Abad said...

Great Lisa !!! I like it so much :)

lostinpaper said...

Would you believe I was only stamping some 'plaid' myself last night, great minds! LOVE your card BTW, isn't it great how the colours join together!

Laura B. said...

Lovely plaid!

Kathy Bradley said...

Adorable card, Lisa, a and what a fun technique!

Darnell J Knauss said...

Excellent job CASEing Laura's fantastic plaid technique, Lisa! I'm going to be attempting it soon; I SO love plaid!

Brenda said...

Hi Lisa. Wasn't this class fun and so filled with awesome techniques! I love your Plaid creation, it came out stunningly! It's one of the techniques I want to try once I find a stamp or something I can use! Thanks for visiting my blog the other day!

Lola said...

You made your own plaid paper? Now that really IS impressive. I'm really enjoying your class projects/homework!

Izolda said...

Frankly, this particular technique didn't get me first. But now, looking on your card I understand that underestimated it.
Great job!

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