Friday, 20 October 2017

Ink it! Stamp it! Design Team Blog Hop | Theme: Technique


Welcome to the Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. This month we will be sharing projects created using a special crafting technique. The full line up below will guide you through all the projects and we'd love to hear from you on what your favourite technique is.

I have chosen to create a project using the Eclipse technique.

The colours of my project were inspired by this weeks Global Design Project #109 Colour Challenge & the leaf, sequins & die cut components of my card were inspired by this weeks Stamp Ink Paper #121 Tic Tac Toe Challenge.




Here is my card:



Here are a few step by step photos showing how I made my card.













Thank you so much for joining us today. We hope you'll join us again next month to see our Christmas projects.


Don't forget to continue the hop all the way around to see what the amazing Ink it! Stamp it! Design Team have come up with.

You are currently visiting me - Kirsten Aitchison, so checkout the list below to see who is next in the hop.



You too can make this ....... 
Here is a list of the supplies and tools used:


Colorful Seasons Bundle (Photopolymer 145348)

Colorful Seasons (Photopolymer 143726)

Seasonal Layers Thinlits Dies (143751)

Large Letters Framelits (141712)

Big Shot Machine (143263)

Magnetic Platform (130658)

Basic Black A4 Cardstock (121688)

Old Olive A4 Cardstock (106576)

Whisper White A4 Cardstock (106549)

Old Olive Classic Stampin' Pad (126953)

Versamark Ink Pad (102283)

Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109129)

Stampin’ Up! Heat Tool (129056)

Metallics Sequin Assortment (144214)

Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)

Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)


**EDIT: I am very excited to share that my card was chosen as a Stamp Ink Paper Design Team Pick Winner!

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If you love my card, I'd love it if you voted for me :)

I have included this card as my entry for this weeks Crazy Crafters Team Project Highlight.


Click Here to view the projects submitted by the very creative Crazy Crafters Team, and to vote for your favourite projects.
(Link goes live 7pm AEST 3rd November 2017)



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22 comments:

  1. Awesome!!!! What a great tutorial Kirsten

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  2. I love this technique Kirsten and your version is beautiful xx It all comes together gorgeously over the black card base.

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  3. A gorgeous card, I love it!!!

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  4. A beautiful card. The tutorial is very easy to follow. Thank you for taking the time to show us how to create the card.

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    1. Thank you so much Lora :) It was my pleasure to share the tutorial and I am glad you find it easy to follow. Hope you have fun creating using this technique.

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  5. Fantastic outcome, Kirsten! The step by step instructions are thoughtful and handy and I appreciate you sharing them. Thanks for joining the challenge this week at Stamp Ink Paper.

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    1. Thanks so much Jenny. I too am very pleased with the outcome. I love to share, so I hope my instructions help those who haven't tried this technique before. And thanks so much to the Stamp Ink Paper team for the awesome challenge AND for choosing my card as one of the Design Team Pick Winners :)

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  6. Gorgeous card Kirsten!! Thank you for the detailed instructions. We are so glad you joined us this week at Stamp Ink Paper :)

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    1. Thanks so much Gingin. You are most welcome and I hope my instructions help so those who haven't tried this technique just how easy it is. And thanks so much to the Stamp Ink Paper team for the Tic-Tac-Toe challenge, my card would not be what it is without your challenge. And I am so excited that I was chosen as one of the Design Team Pick Winners :)

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  7. Great technique and those colours are great

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  8. Gorgeous technique and colour palette Kirsten. Congrats on having your card chosen as the winner too!

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    1. Thanks so much Louise :) I was super excited with how my card turned out and then to be chosen as a SIP winner, made my day.

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  9. Hello, Kristen, Wow what a picture tutorial, I get so involved making I forget to take the photos. You have done a brilliant job. I love this technique myself, it makes the cards look as if you have put so much work and time into each card, when really they shape together quite quickly. I love the whole set up of image and colours.

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    1. Thanks so much Christine :) I too often think about tutorial photos when I am half way through a project and it is too late. I was happy I remembered when creating this card, as it is such a fun technique that everyone should try.

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