Saturday, May 12, 2012

JUGS #136: Technique Challenge: Generational Stamping

Happy Saturday!  It's the second weekend of the month and that means it's time for our technique challenge at Just Us Girls!  Our challenge for you this week is to use generational stamping.  If you're not familiar with this, please feel free to watch this video from Gina K.  It is a very fun technique helps you stretch your ink supply and can be used with all types of cards. We'd love to see how you interpret it!

Now onto gorgeous inspiration from our team:

How to play: Please copy and use our graphic on your post. You need to upload your project for this week's challenge to your online blog or public photo gallery. Leave a link that goes directly to your project in the Linky Tools form at the bottom of this post. If you upload to online galleries, please also use the keyword or tag, JUGS136. After you post to Linky Tools you may also leave a comment here.

Deadline to be considered for the "Chic of the Week" is 9:00 PM EST on Thursday, May 70th. The Linky Tools form will close at that time. Our top pick, "Chic of the Week", will be announced on the following Friday morning.

Thanks for coming by...we can't wait to see your gorgeous creations!


Sharon Wheet said...

Thank you so much for including the video! And I really love the idea of making a chart for your stamped off colors.

Judy McMullen said...

Wow! What an terrific technique and all the design team cards are beautiful examples of this technique. Thanks for the link to Gina K's tutorial. I am curious as to why this techniques is called "generational stamping?

Lisa Kind said...

Judy, it's called that because you are stamping several times from the first inking. Different colors from the same "generation". Make sense?

Deb Neerman said...

I LOVE generational stamping ... it adds such a soft, worn look to your project!

The Designers inspiration pieces are all so gorgeous ... they make it look easy, LOL!

Thanks for another fun challenge, ladies!

Rachel Scott said...

Only with good intention you can do it.

Janine said...

The teams examples are all lovely but all so different - just shows how useful the technique is!

Gloria e Rogerio said...

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We wish you a great Thursday.
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