Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Peek-a-boo Technique Blog Hop...

I CANNOT WAIT for all of you to see what we have to show you featuring the technique PEEK-A-BOO!

There are only a few of us participating in this month's Blog Hop so it won't take you long to hop around and see what everyone is doing. If you've come from Brandi's Blog, you're on the right track...keep hopping around (leaving love along the way) until you get back to where you started. If you're starting here, WELCOME!

I decided to us our NEW Tabbed Doors Card Front Thin Cut and several Stamp Sets: Celebrating You, Birthday Greetings and You Brighten My Day (only available THIS MONTH)...

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I created a "template" to make stamping easy. You just cut an extra card front then take your microtip scissors and cut off the doors. You are left with a perfect template for your stamping...
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Here's a look at my template overlaying all my stamping. When the recipient gets the card, all the doors will be closed (not appear to have been opened and closed over and over) but the stamping behind the doors will be perfectly placed!

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I used an ombre of sorts to stamp the inside of the card...and that LOVELY PAPER is from the Party Time Paper Packet in our 2020-2021 Core Catalog...LOVE IT!!!


If you want to see some tips and tricks on this FUN CARD FRONT, you can watch my process video below:



Thanks for stopping by! Head on over to Alyson's Blog to continue being inspired by this month's technique!


Visit Melissa's Blog for a complete list of hoppers in case you get lost.

5 comments:

  1. Ahhh...what a GREAT idea for the template that resulted in a super cute card! Love it!

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  2. What a great card! Love the birthday stamped across the front and the shaker.

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  3. Wonderful tip Katy on making the template for the tiny door card...and a very special Birthday card. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Great idea to create a template for this thin cut - it certainly isn't the easiest to use... Love the card :)

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Thanks for showing some {{{love}}}....