Wednesday, August 22, 2007


Serendipity is a neat decorative technique. There are several different versions of this technique. The one I used is quick and easy. Stamp some solid images or brayer some colors on your cardstock.....stamp an image in black ink randomly on top of colors......cut the cardstock into strips or squares......switch squares around and finish off card.
I took three stampin' spots ink pads and applied the ink direct to paper. I then took the outline flower from "Heartfelt Thanks" and stamped it randomly on the cardstock. I cut the square into four pieces and turned them around so the images no longer lined up. The also stamped the outline flower on the Designer Prints paper used in the background, cut it out and mounted it on a dimensional. The ribbon ties all the pieces together and ballances the focus.
Try a serendipity square today. Book a workshop and learn another way to make a serendipity square with your friends.

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