Monday, November 30, 2009

Technique Junkies Design Team Treasure Hunt!!





Good morning all of you. This is the first stop on our December/January Design Team Treasure Hunt. We are all glad to have you come aboard looking for the TREASURE! Pat will have a wonderful prize for some lucky treasure hunter.






Vada used the Spritzed Stone from the Dec/Jan 2209 issue of the Technique Junkies newsletter. The stamps are from Alluring Impressions and from the December 2006 Club Scrap kit called Ivory Elegance.







Vada used alcohol markers from Studio 2 in these colors: True blue -, Grass Green, Jacaranda, and also used theCopic Colorless blender to "bleach out" the flesh parts. (A Copic blender pen does not really "blend" the colors but it removes color.) The size of the card is 5 1/4 inches square so this needed a 5 1/2 inch square envelope. The punches are from Martha Stewart and Emagination.












(from Judy) I love Artistic Outpost stamps! The rubber is so thick and it gives such a wonderful impression when you ink up which ever stamp you choose. I am so glad Artistic Outpost is a vendor/sponsor for Technique Junkies. Check the home page (http://www.patstamps.com/) to find the Artistic Outpost discount code for the month.

I chose stamps the set called The Outpost. I used my own cloud template to sponge colors for the sky. I colored my images with my Copic markers. I added some Flower Soft in varying fall colors to give an autumn look to the tree. Here is south central Pennsylvania we still have some beautiful leaves on the trees!

I used the technique Antique Glimmer Mist from the December/January issue of the TJ newsletter. I used Lipstick and Fired Brink Distress Inks - along with Tattered Angels Bronze Glimmer Mist to create the background paper. I love this technique! It is so easy to get a fabulous shimmery look. I used a Spellbinders Borderabilities to cut the bottom edge of the background paper.

Now you will want to travel on to Beth Norman's blog - http://www.sunflowers-dragonflies.ca/blog/ . The first letter to collect is T. Please remember that you must post your answer to Pat Huntoon by 9:00 AM EST Friday December 4, 2009.


If you have any problems with broken links - come back here and see some more fabulous projects from the rest of the Design Team!

Beth Norman
Chris Dickinson
Evelyn Spikes
Kimm BT
Lisa Somerville
Manna Caffrey
Shelly Hickox
Jane Bosi
and we end at Pat Huntoon 's Blog. The treasure this month will be 3 stamp sets (one each from Art Neko, Innovative Stamp Creations and Clear Artistic Stamps) and a paper pack from Club Scrap.

Happy Treasure Hunting!
Judy Jackson



10 comments:

Chrissy D said...

These are both BEAUTIFUL!!! TFS!

Beth Norman said...

Oh my gosh, these cards are so awesome. I'm definately trying these techniques out!

Shelly Hickox said...

Both of these are absolutely gorgeous!!! Thanks for the blender pen tip - I will most definitely be try that.

Diana said...

Awesome cards and I'm hoping to start working with some of these techniques this week. Thanks
dj_enns@yahoo.com

Lynn Stevens said...

Great samples ladies! and the tip too!

Beth said...

Vada and Judy both of your cards are gorgeous now off to finish the hop.

Patricia St Martin said...

Really nice fall scene. The clouds in the background and the trees that look like fall leaves and a storm coming, very nice.

susanbnice said...

Never thought of taking the Copic blender and removing skin color to make a black and white image. Very clever! thanks for sharing!

Susan Buckley
SuzynBnice@aol.com

cindyk310 said...

Treasure Hunt "key" word Technique!
loved all the cards
cindyk310@aol.com

sue wisniewski said...

Treasure Hunt key word: TECHNIQUES
I like spritzed stone, metallic pop and ancient paper techniques. I just might have to become a technique junkie to get the instructions.
stamping sue
stamprsue@aol.com