Friday, November 18, 2016

Give Thanks Blog Hop

Welcome to the

You've reached the last stop in the hop.
If you arrived from the Card A Day Challenge Blog, YEAH!

If not, and you just happened here by chance or from a social media site, then please visit all the blogs listed at the bottom of the post.

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Be sure to leave a comment on each blog post on the hop 
to be entered into the  $20 prize drawing.

Now on with the projects...

I went through my archives of cards that I've made over the last couple of years
and thought I'd share with you some of my favorites. 

Multi-colored glitter applied through a stencil.

Distress inks on a background stamp, then sprayed with water.
Flowers are colored with markers.

A little flag inspired Thank You for a military member.

Fall leaves stamped with Distress Inks (1st and 2nd generation).

Stamping over a stenciled background.

Sprays mists through a stencil.

Spray mists through a stencil with distress ink diecut.

I hope you've enjoyed today's hop.
Don't forget to comment!!!!

Happy Crafting

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Friday, November 11, 2016

A Year of Card Techniques November Blog Hop

Welcome to the

Our year of hopping is almost through, if you've not gotten the chance to hop and comment each month, click on the links below to take you to the posts. 

January       February  March     April     May  
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Remember to comment on each blog, each month to be entered into 
the prize drawing.

Each comment on the 12 hops throughout the year will be 
entered into a drawing for a $25 or Stampin' Up gift certificate 
(Winner's Choice). 

Now on with the projects.

This month it's all about the see through stuff...vellum and acetate.

I started off making a few birthday cards using the vellum for diecuts.
I used the May Flowers Framelits by Stampin' Up.
I used the Trellis embossing folder by Sizzix and Ranger Distress Paper.

I used Ranger and Brutus Monroe metallic embossing powders to emboss the sentiments and the brads (I had a bunch of SU brads left over from a discontinued line) so they would match. 

The cards are simple and quick to put together but I like how they turned out.

Here's a few other cards using vellum.  
I really enjoy using embossing powder with vellum.  
It seals the ink so there is no smearing.







Here's a couple using acetate.

I highly recommend you get these staples out of the craft dungeon and dust them off.
Have fun and share with us on social media. #AYEARofCARDS

Happy Crafting

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so please leave a comment on each of the blogs in today's hop. 
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