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Blogger's Challenge 53 - Use any resist technique

I chose the Crayon Resist technique for this challenge. I really did use a crayon on this however it doesn't show very well in the picture. It has been a really long time since I did this technique and it was kind of fun going back to something and trying it again.

I used a retired SU set called Garden Collage for this. I have just loved this set since they put it out. It was one of the few sets that I have held on to in all my cleaning out. The papers are SU and Foo-Fa-La. The inks are Staz-on and SU. I used a SCS sketch for this layout but I don't remember which one it was and I had one of those moments in forgetting to write it down.

Hope everyone has a terrific weekend. I will think of you while lying on the beach in FL where I will be starting tomorrow. Can't wait to come back and see what everyone comes up with.

Comments

  1. I like the layout...really focuses your eye on the main image! Neat DSP and great card!

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  2. Hey Suzanne, love this card. The focus is all on that image and what an image! Love it.

    Marcia

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  3. Beautiful, I love it!!

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  4. Very pretty! What a great layout to showcase this lovely image! :D

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  5. Nice job with the challenge. The layout really draws attention to the stamped image.

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  6. This set is perfect for this technique. Like you, I've always loved this set. Lovely card!

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  7. great card. I've got to try this technique one of these days. :)

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  8. Very soft and elegant looking. Simply lovely!

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  9. Very pretty. I love this stamp set, and it works really great for this technique. I have used it before as well, but it was a while ago. Thanks for the inspiration to get it out again.

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