Monday, July 13, 2009

Faux Grid Technique

Hi! Every Monday on SCS there is a technique challenge, I LOVE them! This week's challenge is to create a faux grid. When I first read the post, I wasn't sure about how it was going to work, but then I looked at a couple samples and knew exactly what I wanted to do. I love this month's Journaling set. I think partly because I love the beach and the colors associated with it. :)


So, here is my card. I will edit this post to put a link to the challenge, but right now I think SCS must be having some issues because I can't get onto it. Anyway, I stamped my images on the background first and then created the grid. Then I colored in a few of the squares and then added the suede ribbon and button tied with twine. I cut the sentiment out with nesties and pop dotted it over the ribbon. That's it! It's ALMOST a one layer card. Really fun!

Supplies:
Stamps: July Journaling Spot - 2RedBananas
Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia, Sahara Sand Versamagic, chocolate Zig writer
Paper: reg white cardstock, Bazzill
Other: prismacolor pencils and mineral spirits, pop dots, May Arts suede ribbon, button, twine, nesties

Our quote for the day: "Every achiever that I have ever met says, "My life turned around when I began to believe in me."" - Dr. Robert Schuller

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!



4 comments:

Cassie said...

I am in AWE - SERIOUS AWE - of this card Jeanette! It's so beautiful!!

Teresa said...

So cool how you made that background paper and the grid. i really like it but I don't think it's one layer. ha ha

Lynette Neus said...

Super card, Jeanette! Love the colors and the way you put everything together.

Wendy said...

Jeanette, this is so cute! Did you free hand the grid? It looks so awesome.