First Sight Tile Technique

Wednesday, March 23, 2016
First Sight
This is another card we did in my Card Club this past Monday night. This is a faux tile technique.

I saw a card like this on Pinterest and had to give it a try.

With this card we used the Diagonal Plate with the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.

The stamp sets we used are the First Sight stamp set from the Occasions Catalog and the Perfect Pairings Sale-a-bration stamp set.

The card base is Elegant Eggplant.

Monday was my 13th Anniversary with Stampin’ Up! and I’m giving away a free gift when you place an online order with me this week.

You will receive either the Rhinestone Jewels or the It’s My Party Enamel Dots.

Place your Online Order by Sunday, March 27 to receive your free gift.

Here is the blog candy giveaway for today:
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Two of my favorites It’s My Party Enamel Dots and the Rhinestone Jewels.

Yesterday’s Blog Candy Winner is Kathy Horton! Congrats Kathy! Send me your address and I’ll send out the Pretty Petals DSP Stack.

To get entered into today’s drawing leave a comment and share my blog post for today.

If you would like an invitation to my Next Live Class featuring the Bountiful Border stamp set place a min. $25.00 order and use this hostess code: K2WMN4ZH. This class is being held at 8:00PM EST on Tuesday, March 29.

We will be making different fun fold cards using the products for this month’s featured Stamp Set Bountiful Border.

If you would like to receive the PDF file to this month’s featured stamp set Bountiful Border place a min. $50.00 order and use this Hostess Code: K2WMN4ZH
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You must use the hostess code in order to get the unlock password for the PDF file. If your order is over $150.00 do not use the code you will be your own hostess and receive the hostess dollars. Make sure to add your hostess dollar items to your order before checking out.

If you would just like to purchase the PDF file for this month’s project email me and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice for $9.95.

Thanks so much and Happy Stamping!

6 thoughts on “First Sight Tile Technique

  1. Kate Stockman says:

    VERY pretty card. I’ve never tried this technique but your card looks so nice, I think I’ll give it a try.

  2. Jean Baraclough says:

    Glenda, I just love this card and the Pillow Top card you did yesterday. Any chance you will do videos of these two techniques? I would really like to see how these are done. Congrats on your anniversary with SU!

  3. Kathy Allen says:

    Glenda, I think the tile background is super neat. I’m in agreement that this technique and the pillow technique would be good for demonstrating at some point. Again, Congrats on 13 years. Time flies when you’re having fun!! Blessings,

  4. Rita Bracy says:

    Love the little lamb. I missed out on that stamp set, thanks for another chance to get it..

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