Wednesday, December 7, 2011

My Splitcoast Debut!

A few months ago, Beate Johns invited me to share my Faux Crazed Porcelain tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers. I was so flattered and, of course, said yes! I love this technique and I hope the members over there are inspired to try it.

For my tutorial, I created  this Christmas card using Artistic Outpost's Snowy Woods stamp set - one of my favorites. I love this Santa!

It's so hard to get a good photo of this technique. You'll just have to try it for yourself and see!

Supplies used:
Artistic Outpost Snowy Woods Rubber Stamps
Sizzix Vintage Lace die
Sizzix Tattered Pinecone Die
Idea-ology Charm Clips and Long Fasteners
Ranger Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel - Clear
Ranger Distress Crackle Paint - Picket Fence

All the supplies listed above can be found at Inspiration Emporium. Enter my coupon code - stamptramp - at checkout to receive 10% off your order!

14 comments:

  1. Snowy Woods is one of my favorites too. Love your card!

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  2. YAY!!! I can't wait to go over to Splitcoast and check out the tutorial! I'm so proud of you for coming up with such a cool technique.

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  3. I absolutely adore your enamel techniques. They are so wonderful and I have been meaning to give them a try. I actually meant to use one for the 25 on my last Funkie Junkie tag but it just didn't fit in. A HUGE CONGRATS to you on your SCS debut - I'm actually shocked that it took them so long to feature one of your sensational techniques!

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  4. Another masterpiece! WTG, girl!

    ~Linda

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  5. A great tutorial - thanks for sharing it. I love that stamp of Santa!

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  6. This is OMG gorgeous! lol! Love it, Shelly!

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  7. Beautiful, I am amazed by the Faux Porcelain, I so have to try that one soon! x

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  8. This is so beautiful and I love the technique! Congratulations and so deserved!

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  9. I was so happy to see your technique on Splitcoast. Congratulations! A well-deserved honor.
    Alison J.

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  10. Beautiful card, Shelly! Just beautiful work, girl! Remember that "funk" you felt like you were in and not being very creative? Well, you are making up for it...big time! <3 Candy

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  11. Whoo Hoo! congrats! Lovely card!

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  12. This is the prettiest Christmas card that I have seen this year! Love it!

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  13. Fantastic card and I always love your faux porcelain!

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  14. Your tutorial is great - such a fun technique to share!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. I appreciate your comments so much!