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11 Feb 2014

Sunburst Technique.

I was surfing blogger as one does late at night at the weekend and came across a technique that was new to me. So following on from my quest this year to try as many new ideas and card shapes as possible I decided to investigate further. Thanks to Kimbo I was able to watch a video on how to do this technique and found a new challenge into the bargain. I just happened to have some  Christmas papers on  my desk  so I followed the video there and then and today have finished making it up in to a card.
KaiserCraft  'Christmas Collections' Paper Pad.
Ribbon, lace and  burgundy card from stash.
Sentiment cut  from an old Christmas card.

Determined to finish the insides of my cards as I go along.
Die  is By Xcut  'Rectangle Parentheis'
Wording salvaged from an old Christmas card.
I not only found a new technique and a new challenge but have also added to my C. cards.
Results all round!!
 
Entering in to the following challenges:
The Technique Twist #16 Sunburst Technique.
My Craft Creations # Anything goes.
Sister Act #43 Anything goes.
Crafty Ribbons #75 Anything goes with ribbon.
Sparkles Christmas Challenge # Anything goes.
Crafty Hazelnuts Extra # Christmas cards only.
Crafty Hazelnuts #163 Use a die cut and or punched shape. (Die cut used on inside of card shown).
Winter Wonderland # No stamping allowed.


19 comments:

  1. A very pretty Xmas card using the sunburst. Thank you for joining us at Technique Twist!!!

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  2. Mrs. A I have been remiss and needed to read backwards to your previous posts for all I have missed. Your cards are always so amazing. I love how you try new techniques. Little envelopes for love notes equals joyful love. Blissful Dear...

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  3. Wonderful card! Love your daring use of new techniques. Thanks for linking up at the Sister Act Challenge Blog.
    Cathy xx

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  4. Fabulous technique and a beautiful card, love the colours you've used x

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  5. I've watched the video, too and was intrigued but haven't tried it out yet. Your card looks fabulous!

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  6. Such a gorgeous card Mrs A. A really effective design and I love the papers you have used.
    hugs Sue xx

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  7. Fabulous Mrs A - this is on my 'to try' list since Kim brought it to show the Playground and it was a pick of the week on Sunday.

    Clever technique and I bet the results can look so varied.

    Hugs, Di xx

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  8. Oh this Mrs A is so pretty what a lovely new technique must have a go at this myself thanks for the link xx

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  9. This came out great! Love that you are trying out new things. Thanks for the link to the video.

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  10. This is a beautiful use of papers. Thank you for sharing at My Craft Creations.

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  11. Beautiful creation, thanks for joining us with Crafty Ribbons this week.
    hugs Anke

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  12. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely card - hope to see you again soon. x

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  13. This is another pretty card. Great colours, very refreshing for Christmas x

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  14. This is a fabulous card, such a wonderful technique.
    Thank you for joining us for our No Stamping Allowed challenge at Winter Wonderland.
    Pauline
    x

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  15. A beauty of a Christmas card. I watched the video and made my version. I think I need another go at it....hmmmmm.

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  16. Oh how Gorgeous this is and thank you for sharing your wonderful creation with us at Sparkles Christmas Challenge and Blog hop good luck and hope to see you again next time Dt Member Sandra H xx

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  17. This is just beautiful Mrs A. So glad you had a go x

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  18. What a great technique - really effective.

    Thanks for joining us at the Sparkles Christmas Challenge.

    Helen N x

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  19. I'm back again to say thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra.

    Helen x

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