July 1, 2009

It's a Circus....A Circle Circus

I love the quick and easy backgrounds you can created using the Depth of Field Technique. Here I paired the technique with the Stampin' Up!'s new Circle Circus Set. Morphing the technique a bit, I added a Black as a 4th color for a little more depth. The other colors used are Stampin' Up!'s two new In Colors Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry and Going Grey. The sentiment is from Hope Happens, which is one the the sets I picked for FREE for winning the May Wow contest - thanks Stampin' Up!

Details:
Stamps - Circle Circus, Hope Happens (all SU)
Ink - Black, Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay, Going Grey
Card Stock - Black, White, Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay
Other - Dimensionals

New from Stampin' Up! - Deal of the Week

From July 1-31, Stampin' Up! is offering a new Deal of the Week each Monday at 10:00 AM (MT)

The first deal of the week, beginning July 1 at noon (MT) is (drum roll, please)...

Period

Item #

Page #

Description

Regular Price

Special Price

July 1-5, 2009

112091

187

Scallop Edge punch

$15.95

$10.99

This deal will be available via my website or you can email me to order. But hurry, the special promotional price will only be available through July 6, 9:50 AM (MT).

Thanks for stopping by! All products used are available in the new 2009/2010 Idea Book & Catalog. Online ordering for the new catalog will be available via my website around 12PM (MT).

6 comments :

Stefanie said...

Very pretty Lisa!

Debra said...

Lisa, I LOVE your blog and your artwork - truly an inspiration! I have given you a blog award. All you have to do is post it on your blog with my name and blog link. Then you nominate 5 others and let them know!

Connie said...

This is just so pretty, Lisa! Next time I do this technique I am so doing it one white...it just makes it look so bold an beautiful!!

Lynn said...

This set did not really peak my interest but you have me rethinking that, Lisa!! This is awesome!!!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

WOW!!! What an awesome way to use this set!!! Love the bold, gorgeous colours!!!

Jenn in GA said...

this is a fantastic combo, and i love the technique. it's going to be CASE'd, but before i do that i'm givin' you credit on my blog for your inspiration.

thanks!

 
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