Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Exciting Times at UDD

Hey Everyone!

There is a lot going on at UDD! First of all there is an exciting contest to tell you all about!! Get those old Halloween pictures out and put them to good use. Check out the details on the website. Submissions will be accepted until September 15th at info@upsydaisydesigns.com. There is a prize to be won!!

We are also looking for two new members for our fabulous design team. The call is open from September 1-30. Details are on the website. We can't wait to see all those great layouts!!

Make a comment on this posting telling us about any new techiniques you have discovered and each post will be entered in a draw for a UDD stamp set! Closes on September 9th.

Happy Scrappin and Back to School!

5 comments:

Julie said...

Oh contest will have to check it out. As for a new tech I have come across lately. I've been enjoying using my stamps and have tried the kissing tech with them. Inking up a solid stamp with a light colour ink then a patterned one with a dark ink colour and stamping it onto the solid one before stamping it onto paper

TraceyT said...

This is all so exciting. Will def. check out the contest and DT call.

New tech. I like distressing the edges of pp and then hand stitching them onto my page. It gives a worn fabric feel to regular pp.

caroline said...

ohh great!! a contest!! and a dt call too!!

lately i have play with my flocking stuff, and i'm still playing!

Ching-a-ling said...

I have recently discovered your paper line and just love it That's so awesome with all the new changes going on with UDD, and so cool you have a DT call too.

fyi - the link to the DT call on your website is coming up with error. :(

new tech? I've been loving the cuttlebug folders lately to add texture and patterns to the background of my projects.

Julie O. said...

Congrats on all the wonderful changes!

I recently discovered a technique of using a circle punch to create a scallop look. You line them up in a row and then cover, nearly the entire circle (except the bumps on top) with a piece of pattern paper. Fun stuff!!