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Darla Hutt-Watson

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Weaverville, CA, United States
Hi there! I'm Darla and I live in BEAUTIFUL Northern California! I am a mother of seven terrific kids and have been married to my husband for 30 years. I have been a Stampin' Up Demonstrator since 2010 and love ALL THINGS paper crafting. I also have a scrapbooking retreat business called Scrap Happens Retreats. I love teaching and learning new techniques, sharing ideas, hosting my retreats, being a wife and a mom. Hiking, bicycling, gardening and cooking are a few of my other hobbies. I'm living for Jesus and LOVIN' LIFE!!

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Tuesday's Tip - Rock -n- Roll Technique

Good Morning everyone! Here we are, blessed with another day...and boy is it BEAUTIFUL!!! The fall colors seem extra vibrant this year! A dear friend recently got back from a trip back east which included lots of fun adventures...one of which was to see the fall colors. Turns out, she didn't have to travel that far because we've got it going on here this year!!!

Well...speaking of FALL colors, I have a FALL card to share with you today. First I have a video which shows a FUN stamping technique that I hope you will try! ENJOY!!



I know it's an old technique, but those old techniques are often forgotten and not used so I had to share!  


Here is the card that I created using this technique! The base is Cajun Craze with a 4 1/8" X 5 3/8" Very Vanilla layer and then a 4" X 5 1/4" piece of Painted Autumn designer paper. Stamp the leaf image onto a piece of 3" X 3" piece of Very Vanilla cardstock using Cajun Craze and Peeaboo Peach ink and the Rock-n-Roll technique. Mount it to a 3 1/8" X 3 1/8" piece of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock and then to the card using dimensonals. Use the Leaflet Framelits to cut two leaves, one in Lemon Lime Twist and one from vellum and glue to the stamped image. Just a dot where you plan on putting the Jute Twine works perfectly and it won't be seen through the vellum.  Last thing is the Jute Twine...cut about a 1 1/2 inch piece and tie it in a knot, then use your piercing tool to fray the threads...I love that look!  




Well..that's it for today! THANKS BUNCHES for joining me for Tuesday's Tip! I'd love to see what you create using this technique! You can add a photo and a comment at the bottom of this post!  

Have a FANTASTIC day! ENJOY those fall colors!!!

~Today's Thought~



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