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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Technique Saturday

Good Morning Friends today the MFP Challenge is to make a card
 using the Bandana Technique. The tutorial is here. 
 I started making a  background using Tim Holtz  Faded Jeans ink 
. Smooshing it around with a little water. After it dried I using the center portion
 of the snowflake from the Snowflake Set. I let it dry for a while then started adding the
 dots around the image and also added some doodling. I embossed the
 sentiment (Hum Along Set) on a band of vellum then added two stars cut with
 a Spellbinder die. Wrapped and few layers of white thread. Its shiny and looks
 kinda yellow in the pic but its snow white in person.A fun technique and
 my teamies have done lots of cool things so check out their creations!!
 You have all week to join in the fun. so be sure to stop by.

For all of those of you in the USA don't forget tonight we SPRING ahead!!
I  live on the border of Arizona who does not do Daylight Savings time so its always an
ongoing problem to figure out times.At work our Arizona patients are
 always an hour early, its a real pain sometimes lol

9 comments:

  1. You did a great job on this using the technique - beautiful!

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  2. Oh wow, this is so gorgeous, Davi!! I've never heard of that technique but you've mastered it!! This is fabulous my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. It does look like a Bandana!
    I love your card Davi!!
    Super fun ;)

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  4. I so love your card! Your attention to detail never ceases to amaze me!

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  5. Oh your BG is stunning!! What a lovely card!

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  6. Gorgeous card Davi! I love that fabulous background and all of the blue! I hope you are enjoying your Sunday my friend!
    Big hugs, Tammy

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  7. Such a beautiful wintry card. Love the blues with the snowflake image!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    Garden of Grace

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  8. Oh my goodness Davi, this is absolutely stunning with your snowflakes!! Love your idea with the technique my friend!! HUGS

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