Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Telescoping Technique



I saw some cards on display at a craft store a couple of years ago.  I was so impressed and I wanted to learn how to do it.  It looks hard but really is not, especially with Stampin Up framelits and coordinating stamps.  The stamp on the card I used is retired - sadly.  I did not realize this when I make this card and video, but we do have the stamp set Apothecary Art and the Label Framelit.  I kept thinking I needed something on this card (maybe some designer paper or embossing folder) but I did want to emphasize the Telescoping Technique.

I used: 

  • Crumb Cake 4 1/2 x 11 - scored at 5 1/2
  • Marina Mist 4 5/16 x 4 1/8
  • Used Adorning Accents Edgelits on the bottom of the Marina Mist and Corner punch on the top.
  • Musical Notes Wheel for the background on the large heart with sponging using Crumb Cake ink to distress it.
  • Distressed around the edges of the entire card using Crumb Cake.
  • Stamped Happiest Birthday with Soft Suede.

I used the following products:

Hearts Collection Framelit #125599
Labels Collection Framelit #125598
Retired Take It to Heart Stamp Set
Apothecary  Art CM #125527 WM #128415
Adorning Accents Edgelits #125595
Corner Punch #119871
Marina Mist Ink Pad #125952
Crumb Cake Ink Pad #126975
Soft Suede Ink Pad #126978
Marina Mist Card Stock #119682
Crumb Cake Card Stock #120953
 Musical Notes Wheel #120327
Big Shot Machine #113439
Magnetic Platform #130658



Have a wonderful day!  Until next time.