Friday, August 27, 2010

Blog Hop.







Welcome to the New Fall/Winter Idea Book Blog Hop!




All items used are CTMH.  
new! Hooligans Paper Pack
new! Opaques Licorice
new!  Sunset Ink
Black Ink
Clear Card Scallop Circle
Rustic Numbers Stamp Set
Noted Backgrounds Stamp Set 
Wishes How-to Cardmaking book.


To create the 16, I used a fun little technique I picked up from fellow CTMH Consultant, Tresa Black.  She is seriously talented (as you will see if you continue on this blog hop) and featured this technique, Stamp Kissing, on her blog a while ago.

1.  Ink up your number stamp with Sunset Ink.
2.  Ink up the line stamp from the Noted Backgrounds set.  (looks like journaling lines)
3.  Take each stamp in each of your hands and Kiss or press them together.
4.  Now, gently turn both of your stamps, still in the air, pressed together, in opposite directions.
5.  This will remove some of the ink and create the animal, tiger striped look.

Love it!  I have used this technique with the same stamp set with hot pink instead of the Sunset.  Too cute!!!

Next up on the Blog Hop is Carla.   Click here to go to Carla's blog.  

To see a list of all of the blog hop participants, click here.

Happy Hopping!






12 comments:

Jean M. said...

Love your card:)

Haley D. said...

Love your card! That tiger stripe is too cool.

Wendy said...

Great card!

Terrie in AZ said...

Thanks for letting us in on the technique you used, I couldn't figure it out when I first saw it! Cute card!

Nancy Keller said...

Awesome card! Thanks for sharing Meredith!

Karen said...

loving the round cards. Haven't been brave enough to tackle the acrylic cards on my own but will take your 'lessons' and try some more!

Amy Liz Schultz said...

love this card. That is a great technique, perfect with this stamp set! Glad you joined us in the Hop!

Teri Baxter said...

Clear cards! YAY! What a super card!

Lori said...

Love the tiger striped look. What a great card.

Carol said...

Love the card and thanks for the technique.

Tresa Black said...

Well, goodness gracious, your kiss and twist is FAB! Thanks for the credit!

Carla said...

Great card!!