likes shiny things
Loc: Ontario, Canada
|Posted: 3/12/2013 1:44:22 PM|
What kinds of techniques, things come to mind?
Are there texture-based techniques you would like to know more about?
Love Letters Pea
Loc: Nashville, TN!
|Posted: 3/12/2013 1:47:40 PM|
Ribbon. I love ribbon for texture.
|Posted: 3/12/2013 3:05:58 PM|I would love to see fabric! I'm involved in many hobbies one of them being quilting and I have more fabric then i would like to admit. I also have denim. Would really love to see jean pockets on something. I know this probably sounds weird, but I love jeans.
|Posted: 3/12/2013 3:18:10 PM|
I think for me I most often think of twine or embroidery floss, followed by ribbon and on the rare occasion, felt (felt most often for cards rather than LOs).
|Posted: 3/12/2013 3:46:20 PM|I thought of paper tearing, and embossing first. or maybe even lacy, doily-ish die cut pieces.
Twine and sewing add texture.
smooth is also a texture, so things like buttons, enamel dots, and vellum.
I love inking edges for grungy texture, or ink splatters.
And a bit of glitter or shimmer with sequins.
Once I started thinking about there is a lot of texture out there.
2013 layout count: 58
Ancient Ancestor of Pea
Loc: southern new mexico
|Posted: 3/12/2013 3:58:31 PM|
I love the look of hand sewing and the addition of buttons and brads.
| Marilyn (now in New Mexico!!)
SCUBA diving and SCRAPPING Mom of two
You Wanna Peas of Me?
Loc: Western NY
|Posted: 3/12/2013 4:19:19 PM|
Sewing, embossing either dry or with embossing powders, tearing, inking, crinkling and sanding, ribbon, twine, tissue paper...tons of things!
|Chocolate......who needs a reason?!
50 page freeze challenge:
Started Jan. 3, 2014
15 12 x 12 pages completed.
Loc: Santa Cruz, CA
|Posted: 3/12/2013 4:34:00 PM|When I started scrapping (~2003), there were TONS of papers that had real texture...bamboo/weave, cork, faux suede. And mesh! Remember mesh? I have some scraps that I still use sometimes.
|Let each woman exercise the art she knows.
~ Aristophanes (sort of)