Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Faux Landscape Technique





I was inspired to create a layered landscape for my super-cool Trees stamp, but I didn't want my card base to get super-heavy with lots of paper layers.

Instead, I devised a pretty easy way to create a highly dimensional look that utilizes the texture of the Light Green paper in our Trees collection.





You'll need the following supplies:
Next, take less than two minutes to watch this video:



And there ya have it! I hope you enjoyed today's video tutorial.

Happy Landscaping!
Tricia

23 comments:

  1. Very cool - pretty and easy!! TFS!!

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  2. Awesome - another way of making our paper go further.

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  3. Very nice, good to "see" you this morning!

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  4. What a great idea and it is so helpful to have a video to illustrate. This also would be a great idea of other kits, e.g., Aspen, Comfort Zone, Natural Resources, etc.

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  5. Wow! The different colors and oil Pastel really add a loot of depth. TFS!

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  6. Thanks so much for showing us this technique.

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  7. OMG, I just love this, just forwarded to my BFF! thanks

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  8. Very cool, Tricia! Love the so easy with grand effect techniques!

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  9. Beautiful. And I really liked the video done without words!

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  10. Thanks, Tricia, for this wonderful instructional video! I love this technique!!! tfs.

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  11. Ooh, I just LOVE this technique!!! Such an elegant result and yet so easy! I also like the video technique too--quick and easy to follow!!!!

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  12. That was great! A fast, easy technique, definitely need to try this.

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  13. That was great! A fast, easy technique, definitely need to try this.

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  14. You make it look so easy - cutting the paper with your exacto knife! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Very beautiful and effective, love the technique. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  16. Woo hoo, I finally had a chance to watch this video! I love how simple it is, but it looks fantastic. I should try this soon...

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  17. Okay, I'm behind, but I loooove this technique (and the card, love the quotations"

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  18. drat it, love the "quotations," too. :) Now I really need to CUT UP MY TREES UMs!!!

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