Monday, January 29, 2018

UTEE Texture

Today (on the Cropstop blog) I'm sharing a fun technique for making textured embellishments for your cards and paper craft projects.

For step by step instructions on creating that fun textured embellishment: Visit today's post on the Cropstop blog.
 Supplies and Tools
Dies: Sentiment Words Thinlits (Tim Holtz), Mixed Media Dies (Tim Holtz)
Embellishments: Prima Flowers, Pearls, Burlap String, PearlsInks/Embossing Powder: Picket Fence Distress Stain (Tim Holtz), Walnut Stain Distress Oxide, Versamark Watermark, UTEE 
Misc. Mounting Tape, Fiskars Paper Crimper
Stamps: Background Stamp from Outlines, SU Love is a Grand Thing

This post linked to:
Mod Squad Challenge - Valentine - LOVE (must use red)
Allsorts Challenge - Old Favorites (I used an old favorite sentiment inside and my old favorite paper crimper on the front)
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes


Lori said...

Love that heart! Such a cool technique. The red elements on the corrugated kraft look so pretty!

brenda said...

Love this and the bright welcoming colours and design, many thanks for joining us at Allsorts challenge this week.

B x

Pam said...

Love all of the texture on your card!

Ellibelle said...

So loving this color combo! Fabulous creation!
Thanks so much for joining us this week at Allsorts challenge, sharing some old favorites!

Glittered Paws said...

Love the textures from the crinkle to the UTEE - I have some of that too and haven't used it in a really long time. Like the black/white and red together.

sarascloset said...

Beautiful card, Esther! I was delighted to see this featured at Kathy's Top Picks! Hugs!

Jo Ann said...

Great card. Love the texture you created. We're so blessed that you joined us with your wonderful art last Challenge. We would like to invite you to link with us again in our current Challenge at Word Art Wednesday. Leaving some inspiration from the Word of God in John 4:14 n which Jesus said, "But whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a fount of water springing up to eternal life." Have a wonderful and blessed week.


SewPaperPaint said...

This is really beautiful Esther and I loved seeing it in Kathy's top picks. Congrats! Hugs, Autumn