I know this is an older tutorial. I try to add videos to those tutorials that are featured in the newsletter. The Grid technique was one of the techniques in yesterday’s newsletter.

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For this video I used all Unity stamps.

I started with a 2 7/8″ x 3 5/8″ piece of Shimmery White cardstock. I added the score lines with my Scor-Pal. The Tea Time Pattern Background was stamped in second generation Old Paper Distress ink. Then the bird from the August 2009 KOM was stamped in Vintage Photo Distress ink over it. I sponged the edges of the cardstock first with the Old Paper, then with the Vintage Photo ink and adhered it to a Chocolate Chip scallop rectangle that had been cut with the largest of the Classic scallop rectangle Nestabilities.

The sentiment is from the February 2009 KOM. It was stamped in Vintage Photo ink on Shimmery White cardstock, punched out with the large oval punch and layered on a Chocolate Chip Scallop Oval Punch-out.

The card base is a 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of cardstock folded in half. It was layered first with a 3 15/16″ x 5 3/16″ piece of Whisper White cardstock, followed by a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of Fancy Pants Patterned Paper. Before adhering these two layers to the card base, I paper pierced the edges and wrapped ribbon around them. The ribbon was also threaded through my main image. I had cut a slid on lower right hand side for that. The ribbon is Satin May Arts ribbon. I LOVE wider ribbon now and have a hard time using thin one.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

19 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Grid Technique”

  1. This is gorgeous. Perfect everything! Amazing inspiration, Beate!!

  2. It is so much easier when you show me how to do something. I will certainly try this. Your card is beautiful.

  3. I just LOVE the grid technique!! It’s been a while since I’ve done it, so thanks for the inspiration. Your card is absolutely fabulous and I love the color combo. Have a wonderful day!!

    hugs!

  4. This is gorgeous! Love the colors and technique!

  5. Your card is just so beautiful and calming Beate! Love the softness of the grid! Wonderful!

  6. Very Pretty. I am going to have to try this one.

  7. Just beautiful!

  8. This visual learner thanks you from the pits of my eyeballs (do eyeballs even have pits??) for taking the time to make this videos!

  9. I love the warmth of the backgrounds on the grid pattern. I still haven’t stamped on a grid and need to try this!

  10. OOOOo Beate this is very elegant. Its funny you post this today as I have a grid card of yours saved which uses the baroque motifs and have put that on my to-do list. Thanks for always inspiring and motivating us xx

  11. Oh Geez Beate ~ I am so happy that I subscribed to your blog…This last tutorial with the grids and the sponging technique is something that I have always wanted to try and just did not know where to begin…You also made sure that you showed the colors of the distress inks you used, which certainly helps. I am going to Hobby Lobby on my lunch hour to get those inks…YOU are such an inspiration. Thank you SO much for sharing. When I get off of work today I will be working on this technique! Go Beate!!!!

  12. Beautiful! I love the colours you have used! I need to buy myself some distressing inks~! LOL! TFS!

  13. Love the technique! And it’s great that I now know how you pronounce your name!!

  14. Beautiful is right! I am in love!!!

  15. so pretty, love these colors and thanks for sharing the video!

  16. Beate, what a soft look this creates! Thanks for such detailed instruction. What a surprise I received when I saw that you had used my suggestion about using Paper Glide!!!

  17. Simple, warm and so expressive. I saw a card this week also using the Scor-Pal for a background and Loved the look. I will try it in the morning, it’s getting late. Thanks for for tutorial, they are so helpful!

  18. Your grid looks amazing, and I love the colors and images!! I love it, Beate!!

  19. Liebe Beate, diese Karte ist ein Traum, wahnsinnig schön.

    Herzliche Grüße
    von Anke

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