Saturday, May 21, 2011

M.O.M Online Crop - BargelloTechnique

Terri...It was really great to meet you last night at the virtual crop....and the technique we did was a great one.....This was the first time that I did virtual scrapbooking and I have to say ...it was a great experience....It was almost like having people in the room with you...(hehe...) and yes..... there was a lot of chatting going on....but that's the great part of cropping together (hehe...and I talk alot....).  We did do a technique that I never did before....so learning a new technique was really a big "PLUS"  for me.  You can find the technique  at splitcoast stampers.  Looks like basket weaving huh????...try it....You will be totally surprised with this one.........

Thanks ladies.......I enjoyed......and here is my final product...Can't wait for the next meet....The virtual crop I  participated in  is sponsored by Stampin Dymonz Scrap Shack.  Check out the blog....they have loads of great projects and happenings going on......
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                                                                                                 Upper portion of card
                                                                                                         Bottom of card with embellies
                                                                                                                  Closer view

3 comments:

Maestra Orquestra said...

Please share more about the M.O.M. online crop! I would love to do something like that. I googled...but didn't have much luck. Love the project!!!

Ms_Dee said...

Maestra, MOM is a online crop sponsored by Stampin' Dymonz ScrapShack. The crop is scheduled every other week on fridays from 8 to 10. Check out her blog and you should be able to find all of the details posted there.....

Craft Creations by Netta said...

Another awesome project

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