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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Glitter Queens Blog Hop




I used:
Paper: Very Vanilla CS #101650, More Mustard CS #100946, Cajun Craze CS #119684
Stamps: French Foliage #121166, Fabulous Phrases #120501
Ink: Early Espresso #119670
Other: Watercolor Crayons Regals #119803, Seam Binding Ribbon #120999, Antique Brads #117273, Basic Pearls #119247, Glue Dots #103683, Word Window Punch #119857, Modern Label Punch #119849


Hopefully you arrived at my blog from after visiting with Bridget Owens. Next on the hop is Dee Slater. To visit Dee's blog click here. Be sure and visit all of the Glitter Queens on this week's hop for more project ideas and chances to win BLOG CANDY!  Just in case you missed someone along the way, links to the all of the Glitter Queen blog hoppers can be found below in order from beginning to end. Thanks for stopping by and happy hopping!!! 


I will be offering a little blog candy during the blog hop. Leave a comment for your chance to win....



Pines & Poinsettias is a new set offered in the current Holiday Mini. If you don't have your Holiday Mini Catalog yet, you can click HERE to view it online. 


Thanks for hopping along and visiting me on the blog hop! See you tomorrow!







22 comments:

Ria Reijn said...

so beautiful is your card, and I love this stampset.
thanks to share whit us,

Liefs Ria

Babe O'Mara said...

Another beautiful card. TFS

Babe
youiesmom@att.net

carpediem said...

your "fall" cards are beautiful! i always have difficulty designing cards for this season so now i have lots of inspiration! laura j

Sharon said...

You made more mustard look pretty. Thanks!

Mum of 4 said...

Great card! Love this stamp set!
Kristie
thisday(at)ne(dot)rr(dot)com

Eva said...

great card, love the technique you have shown...awesome!
Eva :0)
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http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com
I have 2 giveaway's on my blog

Valerie A. said...

What a pretty card. Thanks for sharing. You made me consider purchasing the wonder crayons. Nice technique.

Pat Smith said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Carol said...

Gorgeous card: it says fall!

Hello, I'm Tami, said...

Your card is so pretty, love the french foliage!

Charlotte said...

Ohhh . . . gorgeous card! LOVE fall, and I loved seeing how to use the watercolor crayons to get a different look for the leaves. Thank you for taking the time to make a video!

lisa808 said...

Another beautiful card!

Pat P. said...

What a beautiful card and great instructions for using the crayons, as just learning I never dare try watercoloring, but now I will. Thank You Pat P. KittyKitty366@aol.com

Kathy said...

Thanks for the video, I'm a visual person so I loved it. I've never seen the crayons in person so I appreciated this video. Looking for a new coloring method and crayons might just be it! Thanks for sharing.

kreationzbyzabrina said...

Oh my how beautiful!! Thanks for the video and teaching me a new technique!! I am going to have to try this out.
Thanks again
Rhonda
kreationzbyzabrina@gmail.com

Christina said...

Great card using the leaves again . My favorite is the pop of blue.

Florence said...

Such a beautiful card - thanks for taking the time to create a video showing the technique!

Belinda said...

thanks so much for the wonderful ideas :)

Anonymous said...

OMG! I have never colored on the stamp with my crayons. I love useing them though. This is just sooo cool of a technique! I am going backwards on your blog. I just love this technique - both cards are pretty nifty but I think I like the crayon spritzing better. So fun, gotta go see if I can sign up for your blog automatically and then maybe go play with this idea. THANKS for sharing this idea.

Chris R. from Iowa

Deborah said...

What an elegant card that ribbon is to die for. Always nice to get a tutorial to boot thank you.

Amanda said...

Great video and a really fun technique to try. I want to meet your genius puppy.

Marcia said...

Thanks for sharing your great ideas!

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