Thursday, February 23, 2012

Herringbone Technique Tutorial


Did you like the card I posted yesterday? Click here to see it now. I love the way this Herringbone technique looks. This was one of the techniques demonstrated at Leadership Conference last month (and a special thanks to Claudia for the refresher at our last group meeting).

This technique is a great way to use up scraps of designer paper, and the key to holding it all together is the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. (Click here to see it in my Online Store.) They come in a package of 12 12"x12" sheets and you can cut them down to any size. I used a 3" x 4" piece for this card. Check out my free printable tutorial to learn how to do this technique at home.

Herringbone Technique Tutorial (.pdf)


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12 comments:

nelliebly said...

I can not get this PDF it keeps coming up Error 404 Thanking you Nellie

Anonymous said...

I love your herringbone card, but I can't get to the tutorial either. Can you fix it so we can get to it. Thanks for sharing. I love that twitter pated DSP.

Joy said...

Hi, I want to try the technique as well. When I click on the link, it brings me back to the same page posting the technique. Thanks for your time!

Sue said...

It is now 11:30 and I still can not get the link. I love the card. You are so creative.

Sue said...

I still can not get the link at 11:30. I love this card and think you are so creative.

Susan Carlson said...

Julie, thanks for writing the tutorial, I appreciate it. I had to open the link to your blog, then the tutorial would open just fine. (The link didn't work going straight from the email.) I may have to incorporate this technique in one of my classes/clubs.

Paula S. said...

What a beautiful card! I love the quilted look this technique gives and it is a fantastic way to use those scraps I have a hard time parting with. I was just surfing the internet for inspiration and came across your blog. I make cards for our troops through Operation Write Home and enjoy checking out card maker blogs from time to time. Great blog you have!

Wendie said...

beautiful card and great tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

Beth McAlexander said...

Absolutely love this!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous!!!

Sandi said...

Thank you so much Julie for doing this great tutorial! I loved both of your cards and your choice of designer paper -- beautiful patterns!!

Creative Mojo said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely technique tutorial! Your hard work is greatly appreciated. I have posted it on my Pinterest Board to share it further.
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Peach