Friday, February 27, 2015

Dylusions Resist

Dylusions Resist is a technique from the April 2014 Technique Junkie newsletter.  Of course all of the stamps are from the Technique Junkie stamp line.  You can find these stamps  on these web pages:
I love the colors of these Dylusions sprays. Colorful and they just add a beauty and warmth to the finished card.
Have you used these sprays at all? Have you stamped today?
Judy Jackson

Thursday, February 26, 2015

A Little Birthday Wish.......

{Jane Bosi}

Happy Thursday!  Today, I have a fun technique to share with you!  Recently, I pulled out my Artistic Effects CD--what a great one it is!!  The technique I'm show casing today is called Goosed Gelatos.  I LOVE THIS TECHNIQUE!!  Sorry for shouting, but WOW!  what colorful and interesting backgrounds this technique produces!

I own the big 28 colored Mix & Match Gelato gift set.  It looks like this:
I adore it and it gives me soooo many choices!!  For this project, I used Lavendar, Cotton Candy, Bubble Gum, Pistachio and Grape.

After my amazing background dried, I finished it off with some card stock candles and a few fun Technique Junkie Stamps.  You'll find A Little Birthday Wish (#SD398) and Make A Tree Set (#SS014) in the Technique Junkie Stamp store!

Go on now!! Pull out that CD and give it a go!
Don't forget to be awesome!  TTFN, Jane

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Angelic Outlined Resist

Hello folks, it's Beth Norman here with a very bright and colourful card for you.  I'm in love with my angel and background stamp which paired together go beautifully.  Both stamps are from Technique Junkies Stamps.

My background uses the Outlined Resist technique.  My angel was coloured with Prismacolour pencil crayons and OMS.

While you're in the house staying warm and toasty from the nasty arctic air, why not play around with some of our techniques. 

Thank you for stopping by.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

It's All About The Washi

Happy Thursday, Junkies!  Today I have a fun project straight from the brand new Technique Junkie CD featuring washi tape and ribbon!  It's a fantastic CD with lots of great ideas.  I know you are already wanting to order yours!  This is just a sneak peak so, be sure to keep your eyes open for more information!

My project is called the Washi Triple Pocket Card.  It's a fun way to share inspiration and words of encouragement!  I used my three pockets and the Things I Want To Do (#S546) stamp set, from Technique Junkies to create some bookmarks!  Later, I finished the whole thing with the Serenity Butterfly (SD#100). 

This is a wonderfully versatile project that can be used for so many occassions! 

I can't wait to see what you will do!
TTFN & Don't Forget The Awesome!


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Copic Colored Blocks

Good Day, it's Beth Norman here with Copic Colored Blocks, which can be found on the Designer Paper Perfection CD.  This is one of my favourite techniques, and it reminds me of a quilt.

I stamped out my #SD293 Poppy and coloured it with Copic markers.  Next I stamped Just Hi from the #SS2a Simple Sentiments set.

Thank you for dropping by.  

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Triple the Fun

Hello folks, it's Beth Norman here with the Triple the Fun technique from the February 2013 issue.  Where does the time go?  It seems like yesterday I was filming this technique for the Newsletter.

My pretty butterflies are from Technique Junkies Stamps and are coloured with Prismacolor pencil crayons and OMS.  I matted the layers with Stampn' Up's Rich Razzelberry, one of my favourite colours. 

Thank you for stopping by.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

From The Archives.....What's New?


Happy Thursday, Junkies!!

I'm pulling from the archives this week since so much busyness has kept me from creating!  I'll have something fresh and new next week, I promise!

But, an oldie can be a, today I am sharing a fun and colorful card to spice up the week and hopefully usher in some warmer-butterfly-like-weather!  It is frigid once again in my neck of the woods so, I have reverted back to "acting as if!"

This card/technique is fun and colorful.  It is called Stencil and Doodle---it's where color meets zentangle--and can be found on the Sensational Stencil CD---this is, by far, one of my favorite stencil techniques.    The CD contains 40 of them!!  If you haven't purchased your copy yet, you can do that here!

After creating the art piece, I finished off my card with several sentiments from the Simple Sentiments Set, Style 2.  As the name indicates, there are several sets available in this style---I just love the block look of each sentiment.  This card features the sentiments in black, but they are equally dynamic in a variety of colors!  Check them out.....

That's all for me this day......thanks for stopping and, don't forget the awesome!
TTFN, Jane