Thursday, April 4, 2013

Timeless Twine and A Blog Named Hero

Hello!
Have you been visiting ABNH this past week? Awesome projects from the DT! Today I'm over there with some of the DT girls, mixing Timeless Twine and Hero Arts stamps, and I get to share it here too:

Hola!
Has visitado A Blog Named Hero durante esta semana? Las chicas del equipo han hecho unas tarjetas fantasticas! Hoy me toca a mi combinar el cordel de Timeless Twine con los sellos de Hero Arts, y tambien lo puedo compartir aqui:
I had so much fun making this card! Just playing around with the twine, trying to figure out different ways to use it...
I used a die cut sentiment from Hero Arts for the Silhoutte to shape the twine, and it was easier than I thought. I just traced the die cut with Tombow Mono Multi Glue, and then added the twine!
I wanted to have some soft stamping over the background, because I wanted the sentiment to stand out, so I used "double generation stamping" to get a softer look.
Then I added the "teal" butterflies for a pop of color, and I didn't glue the wings down to give it more dimension.

Me he divertido mucho haciendo esta tarjeta! Jugando con el cordel, buscando diferentes maneras de utilizarlo...
He utilizado el "hello friend" de Hero Arts para la maquina Silhouette. Lo corte en papel, el de impresora vale, ya que es solo para hacerte la plantilla. Necesitas aplicar el pegamento, siguiendo la plantilla, yo he utilizado Tombow Mono Multi, pero cualquier pegamento liquido te valdria. Sera mas facil si tiene un aplicador en punta o algo asi. Una vez que tienes la frase "escrita" en pegamento, vas dandole forma al cordel.
Queria que el panel en el que iba a colocar el cordel tuviera un estampado suave, para que no le quitara protagonismo, asi que utilice la tecnica del "estampado de segunda generacion". Consiste en estampar el mismo sello dos veces seguidas sin añadirle tinta, unicamente utilizando la tinta que queda en el sello despues de estamparlo una vez.
Despues añadi las mariposas turquesa para tener un golpe de color, y no pegue las alas al panel para que tuviera algo de dimension.
Now go over to the blog to see what the other DT girls made (you don't want to miss it!), and I hope you get to use some twine in your next project!
Thanks for stopping by!

Ahora no te olvides de pasar por el blog para ver que han hecho el resto de las chicas (no te lo puedes perder!), y espero que utilices cordel en la siguiente tarjeta que hagas!
Gracias por pasarte por aqui!




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11 comments:

  1. This is stunning! I love your twine words!

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  2. YOU are utterly AMAZING. This card is just so phenomenal. What a GENIUS idea to cut the title out of the Silhouette and then add the twine. You NEVER disappoint my friend. Your cards are ALWAYS top notch!!!

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  3. chica, this is amazing! i love it! so creative and i love that font. awesome!

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  4. I never could have pulled this off with twine--it's beautiful and unique!

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  5. Such a clever way to use the twine and the card is really lovely with the subtle stamping and the pretty butterfly!

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  6. Beautiful...I love the sentiment and the soft stamping =)

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  7. What a gorgeous card!! TOTALLY LOVE how you used the twine!! So beautiful!! wow!!!!

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  8. This card is Gorgeous with a capital G!!

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