Technique Junkies July Release Blog Hop




Happy July to everyone in blogland!
I have super exciting news! I am now a member of the Technique Junkies design team. If you’ve never perused their site, you must! The stamps are the highest quality red rubber and reasonably priced, they have awesome stencils from A Colorful Life designs and the most awesome Shimmering Bliss sprays. You can get 10% off with my code, TJ10Pam and until July 8th, you get 15% off the new stamps!
There are 15 new stamp sets for July and they don’t disappoint. I think there is something for everyone. I have chosen to showcase 4 of the stamps for this month.
Check them out below. After my cards, I have a couple pics of all the stamps available for purchase this month. You can even buy them in a bundle and save big time!
Happy crafting!
Pam


Tamashii Dragonfly Collage and sentiment from Lighthouse Sentiments used here. This was a background done with Brushos on a craft mat.  I stamped the collage in versafine onyx black and used Arteza real brush pens, colored the image in pink. Next, I mixed up my iridescent shimmering bliss and poured a bit into a palette and brushed onto the pink blooms. I used orange stickles on the dragonfly. The sentiment was stamped and distressed a bit and popped up on a dimensional. There isn’t a collage that I don’t like!
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I used Mornin’on the Farm for this creation. Another fabulous stamp! I stamped in versafine onyx black and used some pale yellow, light olive , reddish orange and green Arteza brush pens. For interest, I decided to use the burlap embossing folder.

For this card I used the Accept What Is stamp….another easy way to pack a wow factor! I stamped the image on watercolor paper with versafine onyx black and watercolored the background and once dry, I heavily flicked some water onto the background. Next, I colored the flowers orange and then added orange stickles to them, too. Framed with a black mat and onto a white card base.
Yet another fabulous background stamp that I chose to cut up for this card. I stamped the background on watercolor paper in versafine onyx black and then made 1.5”squares and matted in red. The image was watercolored. I scrap piece of blue designer paper was used that matched my watercoloring. The sentiment is from Lighthouses and it was popped up on a dimensional and some ribbon to match the red completes the card.

Please check out everyone else's creations! You won't want to miss the pretty!
















 

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