We are continuing our "Use Your Favorite Technique" challenge. We have had a few questions about what constitutes a scene and a few entries that don't really match our criteria. Please be sure to check our rules before posting your wonderful creation.
In scenic stamping we often use specialized techniques to create our wonderful views of the world such as using a brayer to lay down color, starting with a photograph and adding stamped images, using a digi scene to build from, using glossy paper and a stylist, using chalk, and many more. I am sure you all have your own favorite techniques and we want you to share them with us. Please only link completed "scenes" and be sure to include an explanation of your technique in your blog post.
We have another guest designer for you this month - Emma from www.thesparklyfairy.blogspot.com.
Emma Writes - My name is Emma and I am a complete craft
addict living on the South
Coast of England with my son and recently a new puppy! I have been crafting
ever since I can remember but really got into it 8 years ago after the birth of
my son and becoming a stay at home mum. Stamping is my passion, but I enjoy all
types of cardmaking and papercraft. I love the vintage look and old ephemera
I am so excited to be the Guest DT member this month, although the work
on here far surpasses my own!
Next is our wonderful design team member - Rachel with another beauty made for your inspiration.
Now you have a chance to make a project with your own favorite techniques. You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.
If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.
Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.
Have fun creating!