Try That Technique

technique-junkie-newsletter-modern-art Good morning, friends.  It’s Try That Technique Thursday, and did we have fun with this week’s technique.  Diana Enns and I like to choose older and forgotten techniques.  This week Diana and I challenged each other to use the Modern Art technique from the April 2005 issue.

When I finish a technique, I find it challenging to figure out a unique way to use it.  This week I decided to stick to the basics:  ink and rubber.  I think this technique works well with this style of card.  What do you think?

Diana Enns made some fabulous cards, and kept her full piece of paper in tact and used it as the focus.  Our queen of the Technique Junkie Newsletter, Pat Huntoon, also kept her background intact.

technique-junkie-newsletter-modern-art-2 Speaking of our Queen, Pat announced a new sale this week.  She has generously offered all 2005 issues for half price.  That’s right!  For only $9, you can obtain all 2005 colour issues.  You do not have to be a Technique Junkie member to take part in this sale.  Everyone is welcome.

If you would like a chance to have your card on the Technique Junkie Yahoo Group Home page, create a card using the Modern Art technique and link it up on the Design Junkie blog.


Michelle, from Laycock Designs, has been in touch with me, and my name is close to the front-of-the-line.  Michelle thinks by the end of next week, she can review my design .

My mind is swirling, trying to decide how I want my new blog to look.  If you are like me, you waffle every time you see a new example of work.  Michelle has created some fabulous blogs, and her prices cannot be beat.  She specializes in creating blogs for Stampin’ Up demos, and is ready to start creating with the new SU colour line.  Michelle has an awesome gallery for you to peruse.  Want a caricature of yourself?  She offers those services too.

I am tempted to have Donnie sit down with me to help me decide on things, but I know he would tell me that it is best for me to do it myself so it is “my” look.  I hate decision-making.  Don’t you?

So, once my new blog is published, you can leave me comments.  I really miss hearing from you.  It’s great interacting by e-mailing back and forth too.

Stamp Credits:  Tim Holtz from Croppinsville, Stampin’ Up, Hero Arts, Inkadinkado, Stamper’s Anonymous

Posted on : Apr 08 2010
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