Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Technique Tuesday - Blurred Vision

Hello Everyone!

Well I mailed my swaps yesterday.  They are supposed to arrive in Salt Lake at the hotel on Monday.  I get there Tuesday so it is perfect timing.

My card today uses the Blurred Vision technique at Technique Tuesday.  I had never heard of this technique so I had to play along.  While I can tell my images are blurred I am not sure you can tell.  I am thinking this might be one that you need to use darker inks.  Here is my creation.

      
























inside of card and envelope



















As you can see I am having issues with photographing white cardstock still.  I am think I need to use a black background to avoid this.  I may try photographing my cards with a black background for a while to see it that helps.  The background was also made using an embossing plate from a few years ago.  I don't remember the name of it.

Go over to the Technique Tuesday blog to check out the tutorial and then give it a try.  I wold love to see what you did with it.  Thanks for looking and have a Terrific Tuesday!

Robbie  

8 comments:

Mynnette said...

Sometimes the blurring is very subtle--I can kinda see it and I'm sure it's there! This is beautiful, Robbie! Gorgeous images and a fabulous CAS feel! Thanks for joining us at TTT! :)

Carol Carriveau said...

Great card even if we cannot see the blurring....will definitely try it. Thanks for sharing the tutorial link!

Katy said...

This is such a pretty card! Your flowers are so delicate! I love how you always do the inside too! :) Thank you so much for joining us at Technique Time Tuesday! :)

Ellen said...

Oh how pretty! The flowers turned out just gorgeous. I agree it is sometimes hard to see the blurring in the photos, but your CAS design is just fab! Thanks for joining us at TTT!

Rocky said...

I just love the simplicity of those gorgeous blurred flowers, great card. Thank you for joining us at Technique Time Tuesday.

Karen said...

Pretty card, love those flowers and you can see the subtle blurry lines. Thanks for sharing with us at Technique Time Tuesday -Karen,DT

Louise van Vuren said...

Great use of the blurred vision technique, love the three flower images, quite CAS. Thanks for playing along with us this month at TTT
Louise xx

Julie Fields said...

Love the delicate details & color choices Robbie! Thanks for joining us at Technique Time Tuesday! :)