September 28, 2009

Technique Junkies Treasure Hunt - Blog Hop

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I'm glad you stopped by for the Technique Junkies Blog Hop! This month the TJ Designers are showcasing projects using new techniques found in the October issue.

If you didn't start at the TJ Blog, you'll want to head over there, and follow the links to the designers blogs, so you can collect the clues to spell out this months clue word. My card features the Sepia Technique found in the October issue, using Old Grist Mill from Artistic Outpost. After completing Sepia Technique, I cut my image using a Spellbinder Deckled Rectangle Die, layered on a piece of Black then Rose Red Card stock. I ran a piece of Indian Summer paper from Basic Grey through the Distressed Stripes CuttleBug Folder and added color using Caramel Ink and the CuttleBug Highlights Technique. The leaf was inked with Rose and Mustard and adhered to the card using dimensionals.


Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Old Grist Mill
Ink - Black, Rose, Rust, Caramel, Chocolate Chip, White, Chalks
Card Stock - Rose, Black, Caramel, Basic Grey Indian Summer
Other - Big Shot, CuttleBug Distressed Stripes, Sponge Dauber, Spellbinders Deckled Rectangle, Dimensionals


Don't forget you can save 15% on all your purchases from Artistic Outpost, just use code LS-15off when you check out.

The clue you need from my blog is D - Once you've collected all your clues, you'll head over to Pat's blog, where you'll submit your clue word to be entered in a random drawing for this fabulous prize package which includes items for use in the October issue:
  • Pkg of Paperclay for Petroglyphic
  • I jar of Smooch ink
  • Micro Pearl Pearl Ex for Jeweled Acetate
  • Glitter for PK Glitz Technique
  • 3 Stamp Sets
  • $10.00 Gift Certificate from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps

Thanks for stopping by, the next stop is Beth's blog, be sure to hop over and see what she has in store for you, leave her a comment and collect your clue! Good Luck!

ETA - if you've stopped by Beth's Blog, the code you are looking for there is O. There was a bit of a mix up - sorry!

22 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Totally Fall...just beautious Lisa.

Chrissy D said...

Ohhh so beautiful! I love anything fall!!

connie said...

beautiful card.

Lynn Stevens said...

Beautiful use of one of my very favorite stamps! Thanks for the reminder too!

Elaine A said...

Lisa -

Wonderful card and I really love that technique. It truly looks very old - great!

Elaine Allen

Sandra said...

WOW! That is really wonderful! Thanks for the inspiration!
Sandra

Tammy said...

This is a fabulous card. Stunning!

Ceal said...

I love this techniques! can't wait to get my newsletter

Stampin_melissa said...

Lisa, such a beautiful card! I can hardly wait to see the next newsletter!

Shelly Hickox said...

This is a gorgeous card Lisa. I really need to try that tech!

christina d said...

I love the card. I so pretty!

Debbie Yates said...

What a great design...and techniques...and colors!

laury55 said...

your card is really lovely

Beth Norman said...

Lovely.

Deb B (Debadoo) said...

Beautiful!!
Deb

Diana said...

I'm definitely going to have to order that stamp......I love all the ways it can be used. Thanks for being part of this great hunt. :-)

Paula said...

Beautiful card, Lisa!

StampinCathy said...

This is stunning and lovin all the techniques along this Treasure Hunt.

Manna said...

This is gorgeous, Lisa!

Martha said...

Usually the new month means paying bills for me. Not something you really look forward to. But every other month there comes a new Technique Junkies Newsletter!!! Worth getting out of bed for, lol.

Love your card and can't wait to learn the new technique. Thanks!

shellpole said...

A truly beautiful card Lisa!

stephanie said...

Absolutely awesome card. Love it.

 
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