Thursday, October 30, 2014

K-Flip Technique by Judy Jackson


Did you read my last post?  Did you see where I was able to get some new Technique Junkie stamps at the Heirloom Rubber Stamp show?  Well I am using more  new stamp today.    All of the stamps on these three cards are from the new Technique Junkie stamps I now have in my collection!

I used Smooch paints to add some highlights to the silhouette image in the top card.  I used Copic markers to color the vintage4 car in the second image.

You will note I am sure that  hmmm the blue card doesn't look flipped but it is. I never realized until I created this card that the exact same colors are both sides of the Blue Frost K-pad are almost exactly the same.  So when you flip it -- hmm there isn't much difference!  But they really are flipped.

The third card also uses Goose Bumps before I brayered color on the card stock.

Have you looked at the new stamps on the Technique Junkie Stamps website?  If not -- here you go -- http://www.stampcamp.com/catalog.html  .  Did you see the new Palettini Stamps? Browse around and have a good look as there are some beautiful stamps there!

Have an inky day!

Judy Jackson

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Glittery Goodness

 
 
Hi everyone, it's Jackie K here with an example of the Glittery Goodness technique. You will find this technique in the June/July 2014 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter.
Are you ready for Halloween? With 12 grandchildren I better be! Here is my card;
 
 
 
The stamps I used are from Inkadinkado and Stampendous. You can almost see the glitter in the photo, which is a pleasant surprise. Have fun with your family on Halloween and be safe.
See you back here soon with a TOTW!


Sunday, October 26, 2014

Try That Technique - Embossed Stains

Hi Junkies, Tricia here with this weeks technique of the week, Embossed Stains.

It's never to early to start your Christmas Cards.  I used 1 piece of paper and cut it to use on 2 cards.  I love when you have a technique that you can quickly make lots of cards.

These will definitely be going in the Christmas Card pile.

Stamps:  Gina K Designs


Hope you will join us this week.  Can't wait to see your creations.

Have a crafty Sunday!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Mica Glaze for your friend


Have you had a go at the micro glaze embossing technique
from the Aug/Sept 2013 newsletter?
This technique makes such wonderful backgrounds
and is perfect for this time of the year.

I made this male card with Tim Holtz stamps
and a mustache embossing folder.

Have a creative day!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Transitional Ombre by Judy Jackson


I LOVE going to rubber stamp conventions because I can walk around and see new stuff -- new tools, new art media, new stamps, new papers, new embellishments; get new ideas, and meet up with old friends. This past weekend Heirloom  held a stamp convention in my own town, York, PA.  And  Technique Junkie Stamps/Newsletter had a booth!  As a member of the TJ design team I knew Pat had new stamp designs, I knew she had BIG plans for Technique Junkie stamps, but I also knew she has had a horrendous summer so I wasn't sure how many NEW stamps she would have.

I created this card using the Transitional Ombre technique from the current newsletter. And I used two new stamps from the Technique Junkie stamps line!  Aren't they wonderful?

I am not sure these are up on the TJ stamps website but here are the details you need in order to order these stamps.  Hot Rod -  PD003 and Mae West Sentiments - PS004. 

What will you do to get creative with stamps and paper today?

Judy Jackson

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Transitional Ombre

 
 
Hi again, Jackie K here with an example of the Transitional Ombre technique.
 
 
 
I know I have said this before but the uses for this technique are endless. Combine any punch with a suitable stamp and you have a card. Also, consider using your border die cuts or even your Cricut to create the effect you get with your punches.
The stamp is from Sweet&Sassy.
 
Have a wonderful week!



Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Sensational Stencils

I absolutely love the new cd with all the 
stencil technique ideas! 
Have you had a look at all the tutorials:
One of my favourite tutorials is the 
Gelatos Wipe technique.

I creatied this card for the  October
breastcancer awareness.
The background is made with a flower stencil
from the Crafter's Workshop.
And I can give you a tip: if you don't have
any gelatos,you can also use your watercolor crayons
for this technique, works fine too!

Creative greetings,