Sunday, May 15, 2011

It's Technique Week at H2H

This will be a fun filled week at Heart 2 Heart.  We will be sharing new techniques all week that you won't want to miss.  Be sure to come back as often as you can. We really would like to see your favorite technique so be sure to share.

 My favorite technique is clustering with layering.  The trick to clustering is to combine your items in groups of three. Three is the magic number. Also, when you place your cluster on your card or scrapbook page use  triangle method for placement. Can you find all the triangle placements on my card? Butterfly, sentiment, flower.  Black brad at the top of the tag, black brad on the bow of the sentiment, black opaque in the center of the flower.
These are the items I wanted to cluster on my card. The tag, the flower. and the layered sentiment.  To make layered sentiments choose two shapes from the Booksmart Dimensional Elements. Cover the shapes with your favorite paper and layer together. Stamp a sentiment and add a ribbon. Very easy.
When adding your clustering items to your project start with the largest item. Mine is the tag. Then add the other items to form a visual triangle. 

Now it's your turn to share your favorite technique with us at H2H challenges? Be sure to use some Close To My Heart products in your creation (and of course follow the theme). Entries are open for each week of the month until the end of the month. So round up your CTMH products and share your favorite technique with us. We have two amazing sponsors this month, Angel and Sharon who are giving away some great gifts.

CTMH Supplies:
Paper: Wings
Cardstock: Olive, Colonial White
Ink: Black, Vineyard Berry, Olive
Stamps: Universal Backgrounds, Card Chatter-Sympathy
Embellishments: Black Mini Medley, Opaques black, Hemp, Booksmart Dimensional Elements
Other: Seam Binding Ribbon


Karen Day said...

Lots to love about your card, Jody! Aside from your clustering (great explanation, by the way!) - I see about 10 different techniques on this card :o) Really gorgeous!

Debbie Carriere said...

Jody, I love this!! Beautiful card :)

Haley D. said...

Your card is gorgeous! Thanks for the great tutorial on clustering. I too love all the different techniques you used.

Melinda Everitt said...

Love how you used the design of the paper as well as part of the card design. Your flower is gorgeous!

Lorrinda said...

OK you cheated, there are way more techniques going on here than just clustering, which is perfect by the way... Beautiful card Jody!