Friday, June 15, 2012

Tips & Techniques Blog Hop June 2012 issue

Welcome to June's Tips & Techniques Blog Hop. This month there are six Close To My Heart Independent Consultants  featuring  pearlescent wood shapes which is featured on page 39 in the "Close To My Heart" Spring Summer 2012 Idea Book.

If you have come from Erin’s Blog you are on the right track and for a complete list of this months blog hop go to Debi’s Blog. Now to see what I have done, if you know any thing about CTMH you know what a great job the company does to show you step by step instuctions for so many projects. So I'm using Pemberley Bonus Project from the WOTG and used the pearlscent wood shapes technique.

  

pearlescent was added to all the
  Color-Ready Garden Wooden Shapes
 for this wonderful sheen
Supplies Needed
Workshops on the Go Pemberley Kit (includes):
            My Acrylix® Pemberley Workshop Stamp Set
            Pemberley Paper Packet
            Colonial White Cardstock (2 sheets)
            Bouquet Assortment
            Bitty Opaques Pearl Adhesive Gems
            Instructional Guide
Light Neutral Cardstock Shade Pack
 Color-Ready Garden Wooden Shapes
Cricut® Art Philosophy Collection
Honey Exclusive Inks® Pad
Outdoor Denim Exclusive Inks® Pad
Z1039 Create-A-Shade™ Pearl Paint
Sponge
3-D Foam Tape
1" x 3 1/2" My Acrylix® Block
2” x 2” My Acrylix® Block

All I did was to simply follow the instructions and then I added the Create-A-Shade™ Pearl Paint to give the wooden shapes. Now hop on to see Shirley’s Blog to see what she has creative.

I'm so happy you hopped by and I enjoy reading your comments,  so let me know what you think and if you have any questions or I can be of help just let me know.

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Great job on the Pemberley bonus project cards. CTMH ROCKS!

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  2. I really love it! Beautiful cards. :o)

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  3. I really like how your bird turned out. I was torn on stamping on mine or not because I didn't want the ink to bleed or get smeared. I may have to go back and stamp on him carefully.

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  4. smart, smart project! Bonus projects are so neato- thanks for sharing.

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  5. Again, I would have never have thought of stamping the wood shapes...thanks for the great ideas!

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