Part Two of my six-card set was this group of cards made using the Plaid Silhouette technique.
Similar in versatility to the Rock and Roll technique I posted last week, Plaid Silhouette extends the range of your bold-image stamps. I love the combination of this technique with the elephant stamp from Animal Stories.
Here is a close-up of the card with a Rose Red base.
Again, I kept both the layout and stamping simple.
The Plaid Silhouette technique uses three ink colors. Here I selected So Saffron (light) and Rose Red and Old Olive (darker). After inking the stamp with the light ink, turn the stamp over and press the edge of one of the darker ink pads on the stamp to make a series of lines. Turn the stamp 90 degrees to make crossing lines. Repeat with another dark ink pad.
If you haven't tried this one, you should. You'll love the look you get.