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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

CAS Mix Up Challenge - April 2018 - Rubber Band Technique - Fresh Foliage

Hi there,
Had a go at the Rubber Band Technique for the CAS Mixed Media Challenge for April.  I used thin rubber bands on a Clear Block for the Black background on my card using Versamark and then Heat Embossed with Leaf Green Embossing Powder.  The embossing powder matched perfectly with the Lemon Lime Twist card from Stampin' Up!  I finished off with a Sentiment and then decorated the inside of my card.
Technique's Used: Rubber Band, Stamping, Die Cutting, Heat Embossing
This card received an Outstanding Design Award for April 2018.
The next two photo's are a couple of other samples I made, had a lot of fun and can't wait to try some other mediums and designs.
Brayer Rubber Band Stamping
Clear Block Rubber Band Stamping
Supplies:
Stamps: S/U's Cake Soiree
Card: Thick and Thin Whisper White, Basic Black, Lemon Lime Twist
Ink: Versamark, Stazon Black
Cool Tools: Big Shot, Memory Box Fresh Foliage Die, Embossing Buddy, Zing Leaf  E/Powder, Heat Tool. Rubber Bands, Clear Block, Dble Sided Tape, Foam Tape, WXpress Wide Glue Pen
Thanks for visiting today and a special thanks for you comments.
Hugs,

7 comments:

  1. LOVE your card Susan. The lime green with the black looks amazing! LOVE the design ... that leaf die-cut is so pretty! And I love the way you've finished the inside of your card as well. Very special. Isn't this a fun technique. Your samples pieces turned out so well and will make great cards. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  2. Gosh! look at how much fun you had playing with this technique Susan! Love the beautiful green against the black on your card - and the wonderful gold on both black and white panels! thank you for joining us in the CAS Mix Up! Julia xx

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  3. Wonderful examples of rubber band stamping, Sue! Love the green on the black background with the die cut leaves! Beautiful inside too! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! It's always good to see your creations, my friend!

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  4. Such an eye catching and unique card. Love the black with the fabulous green. You sure look like you had fun with this technique and even did a few more backgrounds. Your rubber band technique is stunning, thank you for joining in over at The CAS Mix Up Challenge.

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  5. Beautifully done Susan. That green really is a stunning contrast to the black, love it. The inside is precious too, thanks for joining us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  6. Congrats on being voted Outstanding Designs at the CAS Mix Up Challenge! Your card is beautiful, inside and out, and your other sample look fun, too!

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