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"The Technique Trail" - 5 new articles

  1. Beautiful Faces
  2. May Blog Hop
  3. More Mums
  4. Last Stop on the Technique Junkies April Blog Hop!
  5. Last stop on the HOP!
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Beautiful Faces



Over the past year, Technique Junkies has released several stamps in the Palettini line that have been very popular, featuring large faces. We have taken several of these faces from the Let's Face It stamps and brought them to you in a smaller format, in a set called Beautiful Faces. Along with the faces, I added sentiments: "You Are", "Beautiful," "Strong" and "Special."

The idea is to put the words together to create a whole sentiment like I have in the example above. I think they are so much more versatile that way. If you were at the hop earlier this week, you might have noticed that I used some of these sentiments on the cards in the hop, too,

The background in this example uses the Falling Flowers Background stamp. I colored this with Copic Markers, and placed black gems over the flowers.

Have a great day!
    

May Blog Hop



Hi! Today is May 1st - Release Day at Technique Junkies, and we are celebrating the release today with a Design Team Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from Tonya's Blog, you are in the right place. If this is your first stop, I urge you to go back to the Design Team Blog to start the hop (the artwork on that page was all done by me,also). 

Of course, as always, the newly released May stamps are 15% off through May 8th! I hope you have been inspired by the art you have seen from our talented team so far.

Here is a little more eye candy for you!

This first piece uses the Measure Herself stamp. I love the saying on this stamp: "She began to Measure Herself in Contentment and Laughter rather than inches and pounds."  I just think it is such an appropriate saying for all of us!

One more piece for you before I send you off to Robin's Blog:

This piece uses the Falling Flowers Stamp with the Life Full of Love Sentiment. The background flowers were colored with Art Anthology Baby Blue Eyes Sorbet and Honolulu Blue Sorbet, and then the background was colored with Grass ad Waimea Bay Colorations. 
I think the Life full of Love sentiment is perfect for weddings, engagements and every celebration of love!

Okay, now, on to the rest of the hop. You are off to Robin's Blog:

In case you missed it, here is the entire line-up:
Karen McAlpine: http://dreamingncreating.blogspot.com/2016/04/may-new-release-blog-hop-with-technique.htmlKathy Stacy: https://craftynurse4u.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/technique-junkies-may-blog-hop/


    

More Mums

I love the new Elegant Mums Background. I think it has so much potential for coloring. I hope you saw the post this week for the Blog Hop, where I showed one way to use this stamp, along with so many other of the April Releases.

There is a little story about the image above. Every time I make a new stamp, I ink the first image that comes out of the rubber stamp "oven" vulcanizer). When I made the April stamps, I used a Denim Blue Distress Ink pad, because it was close at hand and convenient. I stamped all the images, set aside the paper (VERY satisfied with the results), and kept "ccoking."

Just a day or so ago, I came across that sheet and decided to use some of those initial images. The image above was one of them - the first image from the first stamp off the line.

All I did to finish this image was to color it with Distress Markers.   Its very easy to color -- and I can't wait to use it with other color schemes!

The sentiment is an older image called Afraid to Do.

Remember that the April Release Stamps are on sale through Friday, April8th. Get yours today!


    

Last Stop on the Technique Junkies April Blog Hop!

Welcome! If you arrived here from Robin's Blog for the Technique Junkies Release Day Blog Hop, you are in the right place! If you started here, I urge you to stop and go back to the beginning of the hop, to the Design Team Blog so that you don't miss anything!

Again, today is release day at Technique Junkies and we are celebrating the new stamps with new artwork from the design team! Also, the April Release Stamps are 15% off now through April 8th, too.  Before you go shop, here are a few more pieces of artwork to inspire you.


First up is the new Jazz Singer stamp layered over the new Mosaic Scallops background. I colored each of the images with Copic Markers. The sentiment is from the TJ line, and is called All Stars.

The second piece here uses the new Bulls Eye Blooms Background under the new Bear with Flowers image. I used the existing Sentimental Sayings set to add a final touch to this card.
The floral above uses the Elegant Mums background, with the existing Live in the Present stamp as a sentiment, The background for the mums was simply sprayed with Art Anthology Colorations.
Finally, the Saxophonist stamp was the perfect image to use with the Palettini Vintage Music background.

I hope you have been inspired today by today's hop. Make sure to stop by the store to get your 15% off the new April Releases!
    

Last stop on the HOP!

Welcome to the March Release Day Blog Hop! I am the last stop on the hop today, so if you are starting here, I suggest you go back to the beginning, to the Design Team Blog, and catch up with all of the artwork celebrating the release of the new stamps! If you arrived here from Beth's blog, you are in the right place.

Remember that all March release stamps are 15% off through March 8th! Make sure to order your favorites and get your discount today!

Before you go -- here is a little more eye candy!

This is the new Vintage Floral stamp from the Palettini line. I simply painted the stamped image with Art Anthology Sorbet Paints, then sprayed over it with Art Anthology Colorations.   I love the intense colors!

One more time, here is the line-up for the hop:

I hope you were inspired today and that you love these stamps as much as I do!
    

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