I love the Serenity Prayer and was thrilled to see that Pat had the verse inside a butterfly. The stamp is SD100 Serenity Butterfly. This stamp was paired with S627 Flourished Floral which is a very large stamp that filled my 4″ x 5 1/4″ cardstock.
I sponged ink onto regular white cardstock and stamped my butterfly over top and fussy cut it out. My flowers were coloured with Copic markers. Truly, the camera didn’t capture the three different reds I used in my flower. It’s so much prettier in real life. Next, I pop dotted the butterfly onto the flower and cut out Cuttlebug corner decorations.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and take a look. Have a good week.
I’m confused alright! I had posted a sneak peak yesterday and said I’d post the reveal today. Well, I can’t do that because it’s being revealed on the Technique Junkies design team blog on Tuesday, so I’ve programmed my reveal to you on the same day. Blogging can get very confusing, can’t it? Or as we say in Canada, blogging can get very confusing, eh?!
Althought I am not revealing one of my new favourite stamps, I’m revealing one of my favourite background stamps that couldn’t be any more appropriate for the sentiment I used because the background stamp looks a little confused, eh?! This cute stamp is also Technique Junkies and is simply called I’m Confused.
I spent a considerable amount of time colouring Technique Junkies Abstract Checks with Copics while watching TV and drinking some ice tea. The kind of ice tea the American’s drink–made out of tea bags. Here in Canada, ice tea is a sugary sweet drink from a can or bottle. I love my ice tea from tea bags ice cold with lemon squeezed in. What is your preference?
Hello folks! I’ve been busy filling an order and am colouring 16 of this beautiful image from Technique Junkies called Flourished Floral. These are being coloured with Copic markers. I will show you a finished card tomorrow.
Have a super day!
Howdy folks. It is my week to post to the Design Junkies blog and I posted a tutorial on how to make this card. Won’t you wander over to take a peek at Art Squared.
Good morning peeps, as my dear friend Beth would say. Hope you are all well and have a little bit warmer weather than we are having here in Southern Ontario, Canada.
I created my background with Dylusions spray and stamped my background with Technique Junkies Vintage Music, and then heat embossed Big Flourish over top with white embossing powder. My sentiment that I added is called Always Be There.
I just love the embossed flourish over top of the music notes. Embossing adds such a richness, wouldn’t you agree?
Take care, and have a good weekend.
Hello fellow stampers. How is your week going?
I just made this card, on behalf of my department, for a co-worker who is off work for five weeks due to cancer. We wish her all the best.
My background was stamped with a large background stamp from Impression Obsession. It was stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. Then, I used my heart embossing folder and ran it through my Cuttlebug. My flowers were made by punching them with a punch, run through the Cuttlebug using my Swiss Dots embossing folder, and then with my flower-making kit I used the tweezers to shape the flowers.
My image is from Stamping Bella, and was coloured with Copic markers.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!
Wow, are we at June already? It’s time for another blog hop for the June release from Technique Junkies. You should start this hop at the beginning so you don’t miss a thing. If you came from Pam DeChellis’ blog, you’re on the right track. Don’t you think Pam’s work was awesome?
It’s officially summer and the Technique Junkie Design Team is kicking off the sweet, sunny days with a blog hop showcasing all of the new designs for June. You can SAVE during these sweet days of summer, also! The June release stamps will be on SALE (15% OFF) for the next week! Get them while it’s hot! You can see all the June release images here.
I have many good friends, both in person and on-line, and when I saw this stamp I knew it would be perfect for a variety of occasions. Today, I used the Flap Fold from the Fancy Folds & Motion Paper Crafts CD. It is one of my most used techniques because it holds a gift card so nicely. My image is called Friend Like You.
For this card I used the Distressed Removal technique from the Sensational Stencils CD. Makes for a perfect masculine card, eh?!
Your next stop is at the very talented Jane Bosi, who loves to experiment with mixed media. Head on over to drool over her work and to see more June releases.
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of the new releases. Don’t forget that June releases are 15% off for the week.
Good morning. I was commissioned to create a gift card holder for a wedding and this is what I came up with. I used the Flap Fold technique from Technique Junkies Fancy Folds & Motion Paper Crafts.
I used Stampn’ Ups! owl punch and a separate die for the leaves, and a punch for my pink flowers. I ran the dress and flowers through the cuttlebug to give them texture.
My friend picked out these colours for her card. Which colour is your favourite?
While I made one card, I thought I’d make seven of them so I would have extra on hand, and really it didn’t take much extra time to create extras.
Have a great week my friends.
Hello fellow stampers. Today I have one card, two ways, to show you. I had fun inking up the Vintage Ship Collage from Technique Junkies. The white pen worked beautifully and was bought from Stampn’ Up!
I find that this card stands alone well without the white, but I was dying to try the Bandana Technique. I created my background by spraying Dylusions spray onto white cardstock. Easy peasy.
Thanks for stopping by.
Good morning. Are you having a good week so far? After beautiful summer weather, it turned back to 15 degrees C (60 degrees F) for the remainder of the week. Ugh!
To brighten things up I created a colourful card with designer paper and Washi tape. This card uses the Chain Link technique from the October 2013 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. I changed out the Washi tape for the strip of cardstock and I think it makes it so much prettier. My background was sponged with ink prior to adding the chain link.
Enjoy the rest of your week.