May 21, 2019

Retiform and Best Catch

Hello! I have a fun card I want to share with you that I made on my Facebook Live Sunday night. It's a fun technique that I haven't used in a long time and I was reminded of it at my team meeting by one of my team members, Brenda.
Each month at our team meeting, I am having one or two of my team present a technique or new pattern to the group. I love the sharing among us and it keeps them engaged, and this month was Brenda's turn and she presented the Retiform technique. She used the too cute for words Hop Along Sale-a-bration stamp set and it got me to thinking I wanted to do something with this technique on my Facebook Live. So, I pulled out Best Catch.
It just so happens to be my product pick for this week. It's carrying over into the new catalog, however, the bundle pricing goes away with the end of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog on June 3rd, so don't miss out on that 10% savings. Seriously!

This stamp set lends itself to this technique perfectly with all of it's different fishing related images such as the fish, fishing hat and fly. I love this set and it's perfect for the fishermen in you life. I have several.
To create this card, you will need a post it note, ink (I used Crumb Cake for the sponging and Early Espresso for the stamped images) a sponge, and a multi image stamp set. Begin by applying the post it note across the cardstock and sponge color lightly over and into the post it. Then move it around, sponging as you go, to create random areas of demarcation as seen in the photo above. Keep in mind, everyone you do, will be different. That's the beauty of hand made! Once you are happy with your results, stamp your images randomly inside the "framed" areas created by the sponging and post it note. Quick, simple and a great card! I hope you enjoyed this and if you would like to check out the video for this card, visit my Facebook page to view it here. #simplestamping
Have a great remainder to your evening and thanks for stopping by, I truly appreciate you!
Happy Stamping,

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