Saturday, February 21, 2016
I had so much fun with yesterday’s Bandanna technique that I decided to use the heart from the First Sight stamp set to create a pattern on my Melon Mambo cardstock and create a different Bandanna technique.
This time I just made little dots using the White Gel Pen.
I was liking these card so much I took Judy’s advice and did it in multi-colors.
This one is Crushed Curry using yesterday’s stamp from the First Sight stamp set:
I decided to blend the two ways with the gel pen doing some lines and some dots so these were done that way:
These colors were Wisteria Wonder and Wild Wasabi.
So much fun; give it a try. I would love to see your cards.
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9 thoughts on “Bandanna Continued!”
YES! YES! Beautifully done! What a lovely set 🙂
Amazing! I agree with Judy. My favorite is the green one. I can see this as a set for a gift perhaps.
Thanks Susan, Yes a perfect gift to bundle up for a teacher, co-worker, bus driver or just because.
Hi Judy, Thank’s for the suggestion. 🙂
Well done, Glenda! Love the bandana technique. I haven’t done that. You inspire me.
Thanks Kathy, Happy to give you the inspiration! Give it a try and send me a picture of your card; I’d love to post it.
Each card is prettier than the next. I haven’t done that technique in years, and now I am just inspired to play around with it, too. Guess I might want that stamp set too. Movini’ it up the list.!
Thanks Mary Alice, I appreciate you checking out my blog and leaving a comment.
Wow! Love these Glenda! Congratulations! This project is one of my most popular pins this week and is being highlighted on my blog today. Thanks for sharing. Kylie xx