Brace yourselves…Betsy is going to blow you away today with today's technique. Absolutely fabulous in every way.
If you are joining along this week, here are the details concerning the Make It Monday Challenge.
–A new Make It Monday Challenge & video will go up every Monday morning at 9am EST.
–Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and use the foam ink pad multi-color technique.
–Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).
–Add your link to our —>InLinkz List<—
–You will have until 7am, Monday, July 11th, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win. And you can enter as many times as you like.
–We will be tweeting and posting on our Facebook page every night (between 5-9pm EST) highlighting a Featured Project. These tweets/Facebook postings will just be a shout-out regarding projects that caught our eye. The tweets/Facebook postings no longer have any special merit regarding the actual contest.
–One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday, July 11th, after 7am. The winner will be posted here on this blog post, on Twitter and Facebook. The randomly selected winner will get to select a FREE Papertrey stamp set of their choice!
Good luck to everyone and we look forward to seeing your projects!
EDITED TO ADD RANDOMLY SELECTED WINNER:
Congrats to Katie Muck for winning a free stamp set of her choice! Please be sure to contact customer service with your name and set selection so we can get that prize package out to you! And thank you to everyone else who played along! All of the entries were amazing!
Jessica B. says
this is so awesome!!! I’m gonna have to try this technique! It looks so fun and easy! 🙂
Holly aka Toy says
Awesome!! I’ve actually done (sort of) with small sponges, but this is way cooler and it looks so much easier. Thanks so much for sharing!
Marlene Vallée says
Karen H. says
Oh Betsy – this is awesome! Many times I have chosen not to make my own background because I didn’t want to marker it for every impression. Thank you!
You are just AMAZING Betsy! LOVE this! THANKS!
This is a great stamping idea – one I will actually employ 😀 Thanks so much for sharing.
can’t wait to try this!
Rebecca Ednie says
Ranger makes cut n dry foam and felt for this purpose too if you want a more permanent ink pad or need to use it a lot without reinking so often. But for a single quick card? Great idea to use craft foam! I love the card too!
Juanita in Ohio says
This is a wonderful technique and great card. I can’t wait to try it with the “new PTI ink formula”!! I will practice using my old formula. I will be trying it using my craft mat…I hope it holds enough ink. You have made my day today Betsy. TFS.
Kathy H says
Beautiful card, Betsy! I did learn something similar several years ago but have forgotten it! So easy peasy. Thanks Betsy:)
Sara G says
Great card and video! Thank you for sharing.
Love your card, Betsy!
Holly saveur says
Such a sweet card ..thanks for your great video Betsy..love your style so very much!
Laura Isham says
Betsey, this card is GORGEOUS!!! Great idea! You always “wow” me.
WHAT an adorable card!
Sharon Osborn says
What a sweet, sweet card! I have been stamping for years, but this is actually a new technique for me. Great idea! Happy 4th of July!
Love your card and thanks so much for the tutorial showing the rest of us “how to” 🙂
I *love* this card! The pattern Betsy got really looks like some wonderful vintage calico. Gorgeous!
Betsy, what a great technique you shared, and I LOVE the card…it’s so sweet and lovely…and easy! Definitely going to try it…thanks so much! I really like these videos!!
Janice Boon says
Betsy really enjoyed this and have definately learn something new today! Thanks for sharing!
Evette K. Ciampo says
Just a great tutorial on making this stunning card. Love watching how easy it is to make while it looked so difficult at first sight. TY for sharing this with all of us.
Betsy, What a great technique cannot wait to try it and see what I come up with. Thank you.
Laura Isham says
I had to watch the video again because I enjoyed it so much. I also wanted to add that I CANNOT wait for that new PTI ink to come out!!!!
Donna Sherman says
Betsy, have never seen this technique before. Loved it, and really like how you teach! Sweet card! Thanks for all you do. Love each video the the different techniques!!
Pam L. says
Betsy very creative idea! You are so professional in your presentation. You explain every detail perfectly!
Thanks for doing this video for us!
I love the vintage look of Betsy’s card!
Ohh this technique is simply amazing! I don’t own any markers either and hate investing in them since I have all these ink pads. I don’t have a lot of reinkers but now I may just get more as they would be much more versatile than the markers. I didn’t get my card posted in time for the challenge but you can see it on my blog at the link below. Thanks for teaching me this grand technique! Oh and congrats Katie…love your card!
Alexis R says
This is a great idea…I have gone back and forth on whether or not to purchase markers and you have solved that issue for me!!! Thank you!!!
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Interesting. This is something that I can modify to use during our brainstorming sessions for story development.