Technique Junkies January Blog Hop!
We are ringing in the New Year with a Blog Hop for the January Technique Junkies new release. The fabulous Technique Junkie Design Team will provide an amazing selection of inspiration for your enjoyment.
Pat is again offering 15% off all January Release Stamps for one week! In addition to new stamps, Technique Junkies has great art supplies like stencils, art anthology colorations, velvets, and sorbets – which are fabulous dimensional mediums that can be used in such fun ways.
My first card uses some of those Art Anthology mediums in Red Velvet, Mi Bella and Cotton Candy for the background. The featured stamp called “Love You #SD725” is perfect for ATC backgrounds, but I’ve used it as a focal image. After white heat embossing “Love You, I applied the three mediums blending each to create a gradient. Behind the focal image is another new release called “Love Script #S697”, which I stamped in a pale shade of blue. The frame is a My Favorite Things Die that I covered with “Art Anthology Black Leather” paint, which has a glorious shimmer adding that extra pizazz to your card. I finished off the card with the Nuvo Crystal Drops in Ivory Seashell. These are super quick drying and self-leveling creating perfect pearl shapes.
My second card uses the “Kraft Resist Technique from the Bodacious Backgrounds CD” with Vintage Photo Distress Inks to make the “Messy Love #S744” stamp stand out. I cut the Messy Love panel using a heart die to expose another January stamp called, “Love Script S697”. In the process of making this card I was really inspired by the theme of love and community so using the people die from My Favorite Things I created two stacks of people holding hands in solidarity. I don’t think this die is being sold anymore, but I really loved how it paired with the TJ January release stamps.
My next card features the gorgeously delicate new stamp called, “Being Yours #SD727.” For the background I began with a Stencil Girl stencil using “Gessoed Stencil Technique from the Sensational Stencil CD” . The color is Picked Raspberry Distress Ink applied in an ombre fashion. The focal image “Being Yours” was embossed using silver sparkle powder. I cut think strips of silver glitter paper to frame the vellum and finished with sequins and stickles.
Being Yours Close Up
My final project uses the “By Us #SD700” with the technique “Whitewash Chic from the Artistic Effects CD“. I colored the image with distress markers and a fine tipped water brush. The frame was created by another My Favorite Things half circle die that was popped up for extra dimension. I cut away the sentiment so I could use it as a sentiment.
Now, that I’ve shown you what I have to offer, I don’t want you to miss any of the other design teams creativity so I encourage you to start hopping at the Technique Junkies Design Team Blog.
If you are arriving from Cheri’s Blog, you in the right place! Gorgeous Projects Cheri !
The next stop is the wildly creative Ro Donner!
Here is a list of the Design Team lineup:
Kathy Stacy That’s Me!
I sure hope you enjoy the Technique Junkies January Release Hop! Don’t forget – 15% off January Stamps for the next week only!
Posted on January 2, 2017, in Technique Junkies and tagged Archival Inks, Art Anthology Sorbet, Art Anthology Stencil, Distress Inks, Distress Stains, Embossing Powder, Hero Arts Shadow Inks, My Favorite Things Die, Nuvo Crystal Drops, Sensational Stencils CD, Sequins, Technique Junkies Stamp, Versafine Onyx Black, Watercolor Paper. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.