Pressed Tin Paper Challenge

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We have a new challenge beginning today, but first you’ll want to check out the video that inspired the challenge and all the amazing Creative Team layouts below.
Pressed Tin Video Tutorial:
Create paper that looks like Victorian pressed tin using a simple embossing technique. Learn two methods for extracting patterns. Method 1 is for clean, easy to extract patterns, and Method 2 is for grungier pattern papers. This video tutorial is by Susie Roberts.
So where do you find this video by Susie Roberts?
Premier members can find it FREE in this month’s Premier Classroom (login required). Non-Premier members can find it in our shop.  But, before you buy, consider the minimal cost of upgrading to a Premier subscription.
Step One: Create a Page
Play along with us by creating a digital scrapbook page or greeting card using the Pressed Tin Video. This challenge will be open for two weeks.

Step Two: Post Your Page
We cannot wait to see all the awesome things you are going to come up with. So please share!

  • Post your finished layout or card in our Pressed Tin Paper Challenge gallery. Don’t forget to add credits for the photo(s), supplies, and fonts used.
  • The deadline for posting is Sunday, March 9, 2014, 10PM Eastern. If you post by the deadline, you’ll qualify for a FREE Challenge Posting Bonus! Post a qualifying scrapbook page in the Pressed Tin Paper Challenge Gallery by Sunday, March 9, 2014, 10PM Eastern, and you will receive an email to download this Everlasting Love Cluster for FREE. Please allow adequate time to receive your email (up to a week).


Step Three: Congratulate the Winners
Soon after the posting deadline, we will choose one standout page to feature in the March 18th edition of the Digital Scrapper News. We’d love for yours to be chosen! Watch your Inbox for details.

Note: Pressed Tin Paper Challenge layout(s) will be moved into your Member Gallery after the challenge has ended.

Our Creative Team had an awesome time working with Susie Roberts’ great ideas from her video!  Check out all their gorgeous pages below. To see the pages up close, check them out in the Pressed Tin Paper Challenge gallery.


by rfeewjlj
by rfeewjlj


by Joshgirl
by Joshgirl


by kathyblack
by kathyblack


by Lidia
by Lidia


by Luisa
by ouisiekelly


by Nann
by Nann


by marylc
by marylc


by connieg
by connieg


by donnal
by donnal


by Annette
by Annette

Happy Scrapping! 🙂


2013-1022-blog-andreaAuthor: Andrea Graves |
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  1. Shirl
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    The layouts are fantastic and diverse in patterns that really showcase this Pressed Tin unique tutorial. I remember seeing photo frames made of pressed tin as a child. Thanks for another fantastic Premier tutorial. 😉

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