Friday, September 13, 2013

Oh, How You Sparkle!

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Wow, September is getting away from me fast! I really must get a handle on it... my blogging is getting a bit sluggish and some of you may be missing me a bit. Or not. I hope you are missing me :) Otherwise, what am I doing this for?! I guess ultimately, it had better be for myself. That is why I craft. To find my serenity in creating beautiful things. And to share what I create, hoping to inspire others. There are so many talented people out there who love this craft.
Well, enough of this babbling! I have a technique card to share with you! Stampin Addicts Recycle Challenge #3 is Split Negative. I haven't done this technique much, I am not all that big on black and white, but I can mix it up.

I took a snowflake image and embossed it in Iridescent Ice and Pewter. Great shimmer going on here. It looks wonderful in real life, I hope I caught that in the photos. And I put the Core'dinations paper to good use here too. I almost didn't have room for the Merry at the bottom! And look Ma, no banners! Check out the Pinterest board for this challenge and be sure to repin/like your favorites!


Don't forget this month's special! You know you need you some butterflies!

This month I am going to try something new to me. The Hostess Code! I will have an on-line workshop open for the month of September. If you place an order of $35 with me using the September Hostess code 49PT9E3N
 then I will send you a two-card kit featuring the Butterfly Bundle! 

Do you want to host your own Virtual or Real Life Workshop? I'm game! Just contact me to find out how!

Supplies: 

4 comments:

Yapha said...

Wow, Tanya! That is absolutely spectacular! I love the mix of colors! I'm posting the next Stampin' addicts challenge in the morning, and I hope you will come back and play. I think that you will really like the colors.

Paula said...

Perfect card for the challenge! Thanks for playing a long. :)

rubberredneck said...

Way cool!! I would have never thought to use those framelits with the snowflakes. I love it!

Tina Adams said...

I love the embossed snowflake and the "Merry" sentiment. Very pretty.

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