Good day stamping friends.
Today I have a card for you that uses Meow Chicka from the April release of the Technique Junkies. I thought the Grunged Stencil technique, from the Sensational Stencils CD would make a great pairing. I have quite a few stencils to use on many techniques that can be found on the CD.
Pat Huntoon posted a free technique on the Design Junkie blog which you might want to check out. There are endless possibilities with stencils.
Technique Junkies now sells stencils.
Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by.
Three cheers for Gelato Rub technique which is found on the Technique Junkie Newsletter’s Artistic Effects CD. I wanted to show off the colourful background so I used a background stamp with large open areas. Both stamps are from Technique Junkies Stamps. My pink paper comes from my stash of SU DP.
Hope you are having a great week.
Happy Saturday friends. Hope you’re having a nice one so far.
I’m entering this card into the Craft Stamper “Color” challenge. The technique that I used for my card is from the Technique Junkies Sensational Stencils CD and is called Distressed Removal. It is just one of the many tutorials that I shot for Technique Junkies. I love using stencils and this is one of my favourite techniques.
My next card uses the Double Stamped Resist technique from Bodacious Background CD.
Hope you’re enjoying some sun and warmer temperatures today. Finally, the sun is peaking through today, which is rare for winter and spring in southern Ontario (Canada).
Good day friends. How is your week going so far? I’m having a great time here in Atlanta visiting with my family, but I do miss my Al. He has a quick whit and funny sense of humour that I miss.
Today’s card uses Jenny’s Coat technique which can be found on the Designer Paper Perfection CD, one of my favourite CD’s. Why? Because I consider myself to be a paper piggy. I love all kinds of paper. When I order from Stampn’ Up! the order mainly consists of paper. I made a promise to myself to slow down on my designer paper buying, but when our local stamp store had a garage sale, I couldn’t resist all the Stampin’ Up! paper that there was. I felt like I found a little piece of heaven. Do you do the same thing and hoard paper?
I should also mention that I used the Whisped Frames technique around my sentiment. It is a technique that I use all the time. It seems to complete the image, don’t you think?
I love the flourish stamp because it leaves a large open area for the designer paper to peak through. All stamps are from Technique Junkies Stamps.
Have a great week!
Wowza, Wowza, Wowza, do we have lots of news to share with you. Pat Huntoon now owns Technique Junkies Stamps and today we are introducing the new Design Team, Website and stamps. TJ is running a SALE in celebration of all things new! Stamps in the store will be a generous 15% off from April 1-April 8th
The blog hop starts with the Design Junkies Blog so you might want to start the hop there so you don’t miss a single thing.
To be taken to the stamp that I am using, simply click on the name of the stamp. For some reason it is not highlighted.
I am using April release stamps and couldn’t be happier. If you know me, you know I like to colour and I spent approximately six hours colouring S615 Darling Blooms with prismacolor pencil crayons and OMS. As you can imagine, I did it over a couple of sittings. I like this card so much, I made it my wallpaper on my phone. I added the sentiment SDX050 Always be There. I used the Pencil and Ink technique from the Bodacious Backgrounds CD.
My next card uses a technique that I developed for the Technique Junkie Newsletter simply called Giraffe. The stamp I used is SD601 Stand Tall. Who doesn’t love giraffes? Pat used a Washi Tape technique from Washi Tape & Ribbons and you can see her card here.
Let me introduce the Design Team
Hello folks. I am so excited because I am flying out (from Canada’s late winter) to visit my mom and sisters in Atlanta, Georgia for the week. I’m so looking forward to being in warmer weather after the cold arctic winter we had this year. I’m bringing my prismacolor pencil crayons, OMS, and images to colour in my spare time when I’m not knitting along with the rest of the family.
My card seems fitting for my trip as I will be hearing tiny little adventurous birds in the tree branches.
I used my favourite branch stamp and paired it with a cute little sentiment. Both stamps are from the Technique Junkies Stamps.
I used the Burnished Embossing technique which can be found on the Stampin Companion CD.
Soon there will be a new website and I’m as anxious as the rest of the new Design Team for Technique Junkies Stamps. I’m so thankful to Pat Huntoon for keeping me on her team.
Hello friends. Today I have a card that uses gelatos and is a technique called Gelatos Direct which can be found on the Technique Junkie’s Bodacious Background CD.
I love the softness of the background so that my stamped images really pop. Today I stamped out my bird image in black, but I usually colour my stamp with Tombow markers and huff on the stamp then stamp it out.
Have a great week!
Pat Huntoon produced a quick video of how stamps are made. I found it very interesting and wanted to share.
Happy Sunday friends.
I belong to a forum for cardmakers called Artsy Inkers and there is a challenge put on by Far North to use our alcohol inks, and this is what I came up with. We would love to have new cardmakers join our forum. We are mostly made up of people displaced with the closing of Two Peas in a Bucket last year.
My main image is from Chocolate Baroque and the sentiment is from Stampin’ Up!
I made this card for a coworker who finds out on Tuesday if the deal on her first house goes through. I’m being optimistic that the deal will go through.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, and have a great week.
Hello friends. Are you enjoying this nice weather? In two short weeks I leave to visit my family in Atlanta Georgia, leaving the snow behind in Southern Ontario, Canada.
I recently purchased the Klimt Panel Stamp from Chocolate Baroque and had so much fun colouring it. It took approximately three hours to colour and shade it with my Prismacolor pencil crayons. I think I will colour another one while I’m on vacation. The trickiest part of colouring this stamp was deciding on the colours to use.
I’m entering my card in the March “Anything Goes” Craft Stamper contest. I love the Craft Stamper magazine and get so excited when my subscription arrives. It is a magazine based out of the UK, and the same with Chocolate Baroque.
Do you enjoy colouring or using outline stamps?