Saturday, February 8, 2014

Just Us Girls - Technique Challenge #227

It's Sue V and it's my turn to host this week's technique challenge.
I came across this new to me technique - Inked Die Cuts by Becca at Amazing Paper Grace.  Follow the link for a tutorial.  It's a very messy technique, but I am glad I tried it and really like the results.  It looks like many, many layers.  It did take me 4 tries before I got the hang of it!  If you just can't get the hang of it, I am offering an alternate technique, to sponge ink on the die cut while it is still in the die to shade around your image or sentiment and give you a clean white/light border

Guest Designer - Melissa Hubert


Just a reminder:  if you win Chic of the Week in any of our February challenges, you could  be chosen as our Guest Designer for the month of April. 

How to play: Please copy and use our graphic on your post. You need to upload your new project [no back dating please] for this week's challenge to your online blog or to a 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 use the keyword or tag, JUGS227. After you post to Linky Tools you may also leave a comment here.  We ♥ love hearing what you think of our challenges!

Deadline to be considered for the "Chic of the Week" is 9:00 PM EST on Thursday, February 13 . The Linky Tools form will close at that time.  Our "Chic of the Week", will be announced the following Friday morning. Thanks for playing along.  We can't wait to see what you create for Just Us Girls!

Sue V.


Karren said...

Hi, am I just not seeing it or is the linky missing from this post? Great DT samples!

Ina G said...

Great tutorial for this weeks challenge. Love the idea and certainly going to try it.
Thank you also for someone from JUGS always leaving a lovely comment and encouragement on the challenge cards. It really makes you feel good.
Love the different challenges here but don't always get the time to enter. Keep up the great work. Ina.

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