Hi, Daria! I love your bargello card! Soooo cool! :-)
ohboy! I really have to study and step up my game for this! Your card is so beautiful! I tried this once and ended up with confetti so I think I did it wrong, LOL! That's why I stuck to strip quilting, haha!
Daria, this is amazing. You've inspired me to try it, thanks to your great technique description. TFS
Stunning! What a beautiful piece... Love the colors and movement!
Thanks for sharing all the details!
this is a really beautiful piece. I am loving the quilting effect! Thanks for sharing.
This is beautiful, Daria. It looks just like a bargello quilt! Such a fun technique! TFS
Project - WF10--Stamped Scraps Challenge
posted 02/23/10 at 12:45 PM
About 4 1/4“ x 6 3/4”
Matting–Judikins black glossy cs
Oh, how I love this technique! I've been wanting to try it out forever. I posted some steps so you could see how easy it is.
I went through my scraps and pulled out some similar colors. (I already have some pulled for other colors too.
Step 1. I used a glue stick to attach some strips of scraps to a piece of cardstock. The widest piece is 3/4“. The narrowest is that solid piece, only 3/8”. If you are interested, look below to see what the scraps were.
Step 2. I trimmed the pieces making sure everything was squared up. In the next step you'll cut across the patterns.
Step 3. I cut across the different patterns to make 1/4" strips. As I cut them, I put them on a piece of cardstock using temporary adhesive to keep them in order. This also allowed me to adjust their placement up and down until I was happy with the pattern they created.
Step 4. I happily had a piece of cardstock I had already put through the Xyron machine so I cut a piece of that to permanently attach the strips. Notice that the adhesive-backed cardstock has to fit so that it doesn't extend beyond any of the strips. (I put a piece of acetate over this to protect my scanner. It's not a part of the card.
Step 5. Trim away the excess adhesvive-coated cardstock, and it's ready to be made into a card.
Scraps (beginning at the top):
Textured Perfect Pearls:
plain SU cs
Judikins Mica Gloss ink of glossy black cs(I think)
Penny Black Scroll Tapestry stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with Bmuse pale orchid metallic detail EP on SU cs
another plain SU cs
Judikins Mica Gloss ink on black glossy cs
Stamp Zia watercolor sprays
Penny Black Scroll Tapestry again, this time embossed with clear detail EP
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