I have admired the look of the Bargello technique for a long time, but this is the first time I've tried it.
Finding the paper scraps was the easy part.  Stamping some texture on them was just as easy (I used seasonal branch and marvelous marigolds from A Muse Studio).  Cutting them to size and adhering them in place wasn't really hard, just time-consuming and very fussy.  If you try this technique, I will make two suggestions - first, make sure that the two pieces on which you are gluing your strips are completely coated with adhesive.  I used Aleene's Tack It Over and Over.  Second, use dark or black paper under your strips, so that if there are any gaps, they don't show badly.

The hardest part of this technique is embellishing it - you hate to cover it up!


Juliet Arrighi


Myrna said...

What a great card. Love the technique and the colors are perfect.

Jenny said...

Eine klasse Karte. Mal was ganz anderes. Toll.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei Fairy tale Challenge. LG Jenny

Vickie Y said...

Beautiful fall colors. Thank you for playing along with us at Cuttin' and Stampin' Challenge.

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love your color choices and your tips- what a great idea to use dark paper underneath so gaps do not show..... The stamped pieces really add dimension. Beautifully done.

tilly said...

thanks for the tips and love how it looks, thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz

Bianca said...

Your card is so wonderfull! The fab woven parts are looking just amazing. I think this must be much hard work! Thank you for joining us at Fairy Tale Challenge! xx Bianca

Sue B said...

This is really beautiful Juliet.. I love the colours and fab technique. It does look quite time consuming but so worth the effort as it looks awesome! :-)
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week!
Hugs Sue B xx

Unknown said...

This looks fabulous! Thank you for joining our challenge at Crafty Catz and I hope you will come back again.
Anna xxx