4.28.2011

Tips, Tricks, and Techniques with weird names. Just say'n.

That's what I have for you today! It's Tips and Tricks Thursday over at Skipping Stones Design and I am the lucky Stamp Tramp who gets to share with you this time around! I pulled out a super fun technique from back in the day! I actually learned this one from my Close To My Heart upline back when I was a consultant! Susan was the MASTER of Retiform and could do beautiful things with it! And now, I am excited to share it with you today because I know you can do ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS things using this great technique!

Retiform Card


This is my completed card! Isn't it such a pretty technique? I used the Heartsong set from Skipping Stones! For the full tutorial you will want to hop on over to Skipping Stones sometime today to check it out! I really would love to see some peeps try it out, because each person makes this fun technique their own and the results are super fun! As for the name...Retiform...I have no idea where that came from, but that's what I learned it as, so I'm stick'n to it. Just say'n.

Retiform Card (close)


Anyway...I do hope you will check it out! And try it! Happy Thursday!!!

19 comments:

  1. great card! love the colors and all the stamps

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  2. Really COOL! I am SO getting to my scrap table today and this technique is on my "To DO!" list.

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  3. Not only is that a gorgeous CARD, but the technique would make wonderful WALL ART! Hmmmm! Oh, the super ideas I get from you, lil' sweety! THANK YOU!

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  4. Awesome card and I LOVE how you blended the colors together.

    HUGS!!

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  5. fabulous...I haven't used that technique in a long time...the SSD images you used are perfect!

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  6. Wow!! You've outdid yourself on this one!

    Deanne :)

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  7. This looks great, I will hop over and take a peep! Valerie

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  8. Great technique! Thanks for sharing :)

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  9. Terrific colours and stamps. Am off to see this technique now. Annette x

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  10. this is stunning!! have never seen this technique.
    i tried masking but.....well lets just say it got tossed! lol

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  11. This is fantastic, the finished card rocks!!

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  12. I can't wait to try this. I like the idea of mini canvases. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Fantastic :) Love the collage of images :)

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  14. Stunning card! That technique looks really cool.

    I'm still laughing at "stamp tramp".

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  15. Your card is so pretty.
    Looks like a fun and pretty technique

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  16. So pretty and love the colors and images! Great technique! The brewery tour sure does looks like a blast!

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  17. What a fun technique! Thanks for sharing it...

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  18. Thanks for sharing this technique! I can't wait to try it. Your card, as always, is spectacular!

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