Is it October already? For me, that means another year older as I celebrate the big 55 this year! It also means it’s time for the Technique Junkie Design Team’s blog hop showcasing the new Technique Junkies new releases for October.
Pat is offering 15% off all October Release Stamps for one-week beginning today! WooHoo! Use my discount code: TJKathy10 for a 10% discount on your other purchases.
Now let’s get on to the goodness!
Stamp: Arabesque #S767
Supplies: A Colorful Life Square Fade Stencil, Art Anthology Stone Effects in Bone, Simon Says Stamp leaf die, Distress Paint in Frayed Burlap
Supplies: Art Anthology Fairy Dust in Sterling Distress Ink, My Favorite Things Die
Supplies: Distress Paint, Embossing Powder, Hero Arts Silver Ink
Stamps: Turn on the Light; #SD754
Supplies: Art Anthology Crackle Stencil, Distress Paint, Cork
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 cards, Cheri!
The next stop is at Jeanne’s Blog.
We hope you enjoy the Technique Junkies October Release Hop! Don’t forget – 15% off October Stamps for the next week only! You can also use my discount code: TJKathy10 for an additional discount on your other purchases.
The Crafty Nurse here with a bit of inspiration from the November Technique Junkies release using “Typewriter Set of #SS064”. This tag used a variation on the “Layered Stencils” technique from Sensational Stencils CD with Tim Holtz Woodgrain & Typo stencils. The first layer was put down with Distress Stains and the second with Lava Art Anthology Dimensional Paints. I’ve taken a close up so you can see how matte and “lava like”this texture really is. If you haven’t played with the texture paints, they are so great for stenciling, gelli plating, and just all around coloring on your projects when you want some dimension.
I hope you are getting as excited as I am for the 30 days of Christmas that we’ve got planned here on the Design Team Blog beginning November 15th. See you there!