3.13.2012

Lawn Clippings Video {3.13.12}

Hello, everyone! Today we have a fun video that shows a sticky back canvas patterned paper transfer technique!

You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel



Thank you so much for watching!

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Card stock: Neenah
Patterned Paper: Lawn Fawn Bright Side 12x12, 6x6
Ink: Stampin' Up, Distress, Versamark
Etc: Claudine Hellmuth sticky back canvas and multi-medium, Distress markers, foam ink blending tool, white embossing powder
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

20 comments:

  1. Kelley this is so so awesome...I had not seen this technique before...I totally love it...your card came out amazing...thanks for sharing..

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  2. So fabulous, and such perfect timing too! I happen to have a strip of Sticky Back canvas along with some Lawn Fawn paper sitting on my desk right now. I'm off to give this technique a try with some excellent inspiration!

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  3. Now that is a seriously cool technique - and the finished card is just great. Thank you. :)

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  4. great video! Thanks for sharing. I have never seen this before can't wait to try it out!

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  5. That's a cool technique... Thanks for sharing! Love the beautiful card and that beautiful watercolored butterfly.

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  6. Yay! Such a cute and fun card! Love you videos. :)

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  7. What a cool technique!! I nee to give it a try! Your card turned out really pretty, thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. Wow I would not have thought of that... now for question and answer time... will this work for papers that are only one sided?? Like I have the petite pack but I don't want to waste any of the beautiful paper trying it if it won't work LOL. :) Thanks for the great ideas as usual though :)

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  9. Hello Kelly
    You said you have stuck your card backing on wrong before.....lol
    I have made some cards and at the very end when I stick the completed panel on the front I have stuck it on upside down.....lol I did that for my cousins wedding card and I gave it to them that way and they loved it;-)
    Have a wonderful day.

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  10. Ohh, that looks like fun! I'll have to give it a go! Gorgeous card!

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  11. Thanks for the fun technique Kelly. I am so looking forward to getting my LF papers and will try this technique. Love it.

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  12. Love the shabby chic look the canvas piece has! Thanks so much for the video!!

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  13. What a super great card - so bright & lovely! I've tried this technique with pictures (printed onto copy paper - super cool! I love it with the patterned paper and can't wait to give it a try. I even have the sticky back canvas... ready to roll ;).

    I've been loving playing with the 6x6 paper pack & have some 12x12 pages on their way to me :).

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  14. Hi Kelly:

    This is a great technique. I love how you accomplished the pleated look. I've been reading your blog for a few weeks now. I can't remember how I found it, but I was enjoying the first few pages so much I decided to go back to the beginning and start reading it from the first day. So I've learned that you are Cuban from Miami. I'm Puerto Rican and spent half of my childhood in Miami. I know you have a great loving relationship with your hubby (gorgeous wedding photos by the way). And that you have the most adorable little dog named Putter. I love it when he barks in the videos, for some reason he reminds me of so many Latino households that always seem to have a little dog like yours :).

    It's been great to see how your work has developed. I love that you are so "real" in your videos, making mistakes, experimenting with copic colors, or loosing stuff on your desk. I do the same thing. You don't know how many times I start yelling because I can't find something, only to find it five seconds later just right in front of me!

    But what I've enjoyed the most is your fun-loving and positive spirit. I've never met anyone who always identifies the things that make her happy, from large to small. I even found myself the other day saying to myself "this makes me happy." I can't remember what it was but I remember thinking this and realizing where I'd gotten it from. I guess I have been reading your blog alot :).

    I know this is kind of long, but I just wanted to thank you for your inspiration, your great spirit, and for creating such a fun and inspiring space online with your blog, and such beautiful and fun stamps. I just ordered my first few sets of lawn fawn stamps and can't wait to get them in the mail so I can start playing.

    I do have two humble suggestions for future stamps. One is a sentiment stamp set in Spanish. They are so hard to come by and some of the ones out there don't translate the sentiments well. Like "Feliz dia de la madre", instead of "Feliz dia de las madres." The second is a stamp set for Mother's Day. I've been looking for a nice one and there just aren't very many at all, which is surprising since I think Mother's Day is one of the top holidays for greeting cards.

    Anyway, again, sorry this is so long. But I just had to write to you and share with you my thoughts and appreciation for your work.

    Keep doing such a great job!

    Elizabeth

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  15. I love this video and your darling little card! I didn't even know this was possible. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  16. Wow what a great technique, love the way you pleated it too :0)
    Jenny x

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  17. Oh my gosh..... I have got to try this technique Kelly!! Love your card Awesome!!

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  18. This is such a cute technique. I've transfered some pictures to hang on the wall, but never thought about putting it on a card. So fun!

    Lauren
    www.craftsbyreadysetlove.com

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  19. Ok so this card is just amazing!! Thank you for sharing this. I love how you made the back to the circle card, I learned something new today!! Yay!

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