Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Love and Friendship

I haven't posted in two weeks because of problems with blogger, this week will not be the same I hope.

This week I am featuring a stencil that I love, the Black eyed Susan's (LJ 902). I like this stencil because you can use the whole stencil or tape off part of it and still have a great image. The technique I used here is Faux Cloisonne and I will be featuring this and several other cards in my class in Elk Grove at Stampers Corner on March 2nd. I used Regular embossing paste, and both the Circus and Magic Splendor Pigment pads. First I pasted the black eyed susan's with regular paste and then let them dry. Next retape you stencil over the dry image and add color using large and small stencil brushes, sprinkle with Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel and then heat with heat gun. This is a very CAS card and was fun to do.
Now hop on over to the Dream It up blog and show us your creation by using Mr. Linky  you could win a great prize. There are only eight more days until the design team call for 2013 ends, if you think that you might want to be on this fabulous Dream Team make sure you go to Pam's blog
the Pampered Stamper and click on the Design Team Call 2013 in the upper right hand corner for more information.
Have a great week, be CRE8TIVE


6 comments:

  1. Very pretty Georgia! That sunflower is one of favorite stencils, it's just so beautiful!

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  2. That sentiment is so true, and the sunflowers with the faux cloisonne technique are a perfect addition.

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  3. This is very pretty. Love it! Love the sunflowers!

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  4. I really like how you used that portion of the sunflower stencil. It is really pretty!

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  5. Love the simply stamped sentiment with this sweet country card. So pretty.

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