Thursday, 11 November 2021

Joseph's Coat Stampin' Technique - Hooray It's Thursday with Courtenay

Hooray It's Thursday and I have a technique to share. Known by me as a variety of names including Joseph's Coat technique - stretch that to the Josephs amazing coat technique - you get the picture. I found most people calling it Joseph's Coat on YouTube.

Butterfly Card Front

Card Inside

Cutting Dimensions for your card.

Card Base Basic White - A5 or 14.9 x 21 score and fold to make card front 14.9 x 10.5cm

Mat 1 Basic Black - 12.4 x 9 cm

Top Mat Basic White initially - 14 x 9.6cm use 2nd largest Rectangle Die to cut it after the colour has been applied.

Basic White for Die cut sentiment and stamped sentiment piece 9.5 x 7.5cm

C6 Envelope.


THE VIDEO:



Wow looking back through my history because I knew I had done this technique before and well I found THIS POST from 2016! So different! I am thinking I might need to revisit some other early techniques I did - what do you think?


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Courtenay 
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