Try this Technique

Making a mini canvas

All you have to do is create a layout using this technique for your chance to win product from Print Blocks.

Love gives you wings
By Jill Geraghty-Groves
Paper: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Other: Scenic Route Chipboard Alphabets, Heidi Swapp chipboard alphas, Making Memories foam stamp, Collections Elements chipboard squares, 7gypsies twisty tie, Scrapping Outback chipboard heart, acrylic paint, crackle paint medium, ribbon, ink, music stamp 

Life on the Edge by Jill Geraghty-Groves

Step one
Swipe the canvas using acrylic paint. Stamp over the entire painted surface and set it aside to dry. 

Step two

Adhere a ribbon strip to the canvas.

Step three
Paint the large chipboard alphas and allow it to dry. If you're using crackle paint, when it's dry, rub an ink pad over the entire surface of the edges. On the second word, stamp using a stamp of your choice.

Step four
Cover tiny chipboard squares with patterned paper and ink the edges to distress. Punch a small hole in the first square and attach a charm or twisty tie. Attach three chipboard squares to the layout.

Step five
Attach large words to the layout. When you're happy with their positions, add small alphabets on top to create depth. 

Step six
To finish, ink and attach some chipboard elements.

To enter the Try This Technique Challenge, fill in the following form and attach a digital image of your layout for submission.  If you are selected as a finalist you will be contacted by the Scrapbook Creations editorial team. You could win product from Print Blocks! Challenge closes April 8th, 2009.

Love by Vita Thai

Congratulations to last month's winner, Wendy Smith!
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