Stazon Technique

Thanks so much to those of you who’ve sent messages – they really, really ARE very much appreciated!

I’ve decided to go to spend a few days with my brother, in York, so before I go, I’m uploading the Stazon Technique cards I promised and the card I made with Lindsay Mason.

These were made around 5 years ago, when the technique was on the Stampers Anonymous website (it no longer appears to be there) so my stamping has changed a little since then.  I still love and use these images.





It’s a really great technique to get you playing with contrasts and I love contrasts 🙂

Here’s my Lindsay Mason card. If I’d done this at home, I wouldn’t have covered up the gorgeous background (acrylic resist and DIs) but I was following instructions (in my own way) so this is how it ended up.


I still love this Zetti girl – I think she reminds me of me – and I love to use colours that don’t match with her.

Lindsay is a lovely, no airs and graces person – I was speaking to her again at the weekend when she was demoing at a show.  I love her arty designs and her words. Her journalling is fab and I’m sure you’ll agree if you get to see it.  She’s been at Port Sunny the last couple of years, too, so let’s hope she’ll be there again.

See you soon and thanks again.

Cath xxx


3 thoughts on “Stazon Technique

  1. Lovely to see the Stazon technique again Cath, it brings back happy memories of the Stamp Camp workshops. Know what you mean about the resist background. I spent ages on the one I did last week and then you could hardly see any of it, need to plan my resist stamping a bit better. Enjoy the time with your brother, I miss both of mine so much.
    Ann B

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