Monday, July 9, 2012

New Release at Paper and Such

It's the 9th of the month, and you know what that means! 
It means it's time for a new release at


as well as a blog hop so you can try to win 
this lovely new set!

You should have arrived here from


If you just happened upon us, you
can find the beginning of the hop here -


This is a 4x6 set and retails for $12
If you love embroidery or you know someone that
does...you'll NEED this set!

Here is my card using this set!


I tried a technique on this that I learned at my Copic
Certification class.  I colored the image with E41, then
took a piece of muslin material and soaked it up good with
my Copic Blender solution, then layed it over top my image
and pressed down.  It's a bit hard to see in the picture, but
the material left an impression on the colored image!
You should definitely try it!!

Next stop on the blog hop is -


Thanks for stopping by my blog, and have a great day!

Good luck on the hop!

Card details:
Stamps: Heart Strings from Paper and Such
Paper:  Linen, Cherry Cobbler, CC Material Girl
Ink:  Menento Black, SU markers
Misc:  crochet trim, stick pin, copics, colorless blender, material

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12 comments:

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

Wowzers! This is so pretty! And I can faintly see the impression the muslin left, what a wicked technique, will have to try that lol, thanks!

Stephanie said...

Love this,the lace is a perfect addition.

Kelly said...

so pretty. Love your color choices and the lace is just PERFECT!

Stacy Sheldon said...

Oh that is a really cool idea to use the muslin as an stamp :)

Jetstudio Designs said...

Very pretty, love the patterend paper you used.

Sue D said...

Very cool technique with the muslin!

CraftyMomOf2 said...

So pretty Julie!!!

Crafty Hugs!
Meredith

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful card Julie!! Love the paper you used!!

Janice M said...

Oh LOVE that paper with this set!!! Don't think I have any of that. :0(

Michelle said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that paper you used!

loulou said...

Beautiful card. What a brialliant technique with the blender solution, definitely will have to give it a try, cheers Linda

Kathy H said...

Sweet card!