Monday, August 4, 2008

CHF Challenge #19 - Technique Inspiration

Oh Monday... can't trust that day...

It's been a wild weekend.  I did manage to create for this challenge and I'm so glad I did.  Cornish Heritage Farms has a wonderful resource available... a weekly technique article.  The challenge of this week was to peruse the posts in Technique Talk and use one for our card.

My card used the Paper Piecing technique that Keri Sereika posted.


This was a super fun card to create.  I created a card base and stamped all my images on pieces of Sultry patterned paper, trimming.  Super fast!  It's a perfect alternative technique for line art, which abounds in the Cornish Heritage Farm images!

Thanks for stopping by,





-Bloomin' Beautiful (The Kim Hughes Collection) by Cornish Heritage Farms

-Vases stamp set (The Kim Hughes Collection) by Cornish Heritage Farms

-"hello" from the Tag!  You're It! stamp set (The Kim Hughes Collection) by Cornish Heritage Farms


-Pitch Black Adirondack ink by Ranger

-Vintage Photo Distress ink by Ranger


-White Prismatic and Crabapple Light cardstock by Prism

Patterned Paper:

-Sultry by Basic Grey


-Dew Drops by The Robin's Nest

-Zip Dry Beacon adhesive

-Copic markers

-Precision scissors


  1. Love it Lise! I think paper piercing is one of the best techniques out there and I never use it!!! Your card turned out great!

  2. Cute! Those flowers look great trimmed from DP and the houndstooth vase looks perfect - love it!

  3. Those flowers look awesome Lise! Love the vase with the houndstooth too!

  4. My favorite technique!! :) So cute!! I love the flowers and vase!!

  5. Now I'm going to be singing the Mamas & the Papas all night!!! :) Super cute card, Lisa!

  6. This is such a lovely card! I wish I could have met ya at CHA....but we couldn't find your booth! (We lost our map!) Maybe next year! : )

  7. Jennifer (refinnej2)August 12, 2008 at 7:46 AM

    Hey there Lisa...I was looking through my Papercrafts magazine and noticed a familiar style and name...not once but twice. Congratulations on being published. You are an awesome stamper.

    Jennifer ( former DSS)