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Monday, July 13, 2009

Faux Grid Card Challenge



Here is another one I did this am. Soft Summer Two -Step Stampin. I also used in Colors Crushed Curry and Rich Razzleberry for this card. Wow - took over an hour to get two cards. I messed up so many times becasue I got the stamps mounted so opposites are on the end and I would stamp the trunks in the leave and vice versa. Finally got a layout I liked.

The challenge on Splitcoasters today was a Faux Grid Card. I am loving the In Color sso much I use them for everything. Here is my sample - quite simple:


So let's begin - for this project, you will need:
cardstock
stamps
ruler
pen
(not required, but very handy - a piece of grid paper to work on)

1. Stamp your images in various random locations on your cardstock
2. Draw lines with a pen at equal intervals across your page, skipping over those images you have stamped. This is where the grid paper comes in handy. If you place your stamped cardstock onto a piece of grid paper, it makes it easier to measure and draw your lines.
3. Turn your cardstock 90 degrees and draw lines with a pen at equal intervals, creating a grid which your images seem to float upon.
4. For interest, color a few of your squares in colors that coordinate with the rest of your project.

I am making several of thse cards to send to Card for a Cause - Cancer Center: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=443223


12 comments:

  1. how stinkin cute is this!!!! awesome.

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  2. great challenge and this looks lovely.

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  3. These are both great cards. I really like this technique and will have to give it a try sometime.

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  4. Good work Linda! I'm having a bit of a hard time with the new colors, you did a great job!

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  5. A great challenge Linda and I love how you have used this technique! I love coming to your blog just to see what recipe pages you have produced! They look great and the recipes always look so yummy!! I don't have an oven at present - sooo sad!!

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  6. Lovely, lovely cards. You did a wonderful job on these.

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  7. Great job with the challenge, I love the one with the bright flowers.

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  8. I haven't tried this technique yet, but I might have to now that I've seen your cards. I really like the way your cards turned out!

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  9. Love the grid technique! Great job (:

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  10. love this technique Linda.. thanks for sharing

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  11. How pretty! great job on this! and thanks for sharing the technique!

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