Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Stencil Girl and Imagine Blog Hop

Hello, I have been so busy doing some remodeling on my house that it was nice to take a break and get to create for a little while. Haven't had much time to do that lately. 
I created a card for the StencilGirl and Imagine blog hop. Make sure to scroll down for the blog hop details.

I used some pieces of washi tape to tape down the stencil so it wouldn't slide and then used an InkBlusher from Imagine to sponge some StazOn Black Cherry on the outer tips of the floral burst stencil. Then I sponged on some StazOn Rusty Brown blending it in with the black cherry.


In the center of the floral burst, I sponged on some StazOn Eden Green and then some StazOn Saddle Brown over the Eden green.


I then die cut out hello using the Essentials by Ellen Designer Dies, Brushstroke Hello by Julie Ebersole in orange cardstock and Rinea Gold Glossy Foiled Paper. Glued them together slightly off center with Imagine On Point Glue and then adhered the pieces to the front of my card.


Next, I used a paint brush to paint on some Imagine Goosebump over the hello sentiment and over the orange floral burst to add some dimension and added a few drops of Goosebumps randomly on the front of my card.


Here are some photos of my finished card.,,



Now for the fun part, the blog hop info....


Thanks so much for stopping and be sure to leave comments (one per blog) during all 3 days of the Imagine and StencilGirl Blog Hop so you can be entered to win a $30 StencilGirl Gift Cards or a $30 Imagine Gift Cards!!! Winners will be announced on the StencilGirl and Imagine Blogs at the end of the month.

Here is Today’s July 19th, Blog Hop Artists:
Nadine Carlier (you are here)

July 20th:

July 21 

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35 comments:

  1. You've created a wonderful "Hello" with the floral burst stencil and such bright colors. That's a card someone would keep out all the time to look at daily. Such a day brightener!! ~Rachel Bell

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  2. Something I've not had alot of experience with - foil! Yeah - something new to buy and fiddle with! It looks amazing!

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  3. Wonderful burst of color and creativity - this card is a winner!

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  4. What an amazing and stunning card!
    So happy you are on the blog hop with us today! :)

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  5. Love how you painted the gold foil - at first I thought you had cut out the design - so dimensional!

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  6. Pow!
    Love the colors. The red flies off
    the page. The gold and silver
    together is a great idea.
    Love this.
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. Beautiful. Love the bright bold colors

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  8. So creative. Love your art project with the Imagine products and Stencil girl stencils.

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  9. Fantastic card! I would love receiving a card with this design

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  10. I love the Floral Burst stencil. I can see lots of uses for it. Thanks

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  11. I love it! It looks like the sun!

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  12. I like the shine and the bold colors.

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  13. Awesome effect with the floral burst!

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  14. Love this use of stencil over foil - something new to try!

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  15. Beautiful card!

    ( Annie )

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  16. I love the brightness of this piece!

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  17. Nice.. I had not seen the goosebumps I will have to look into that product. thank you

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  18. Such a pretty piece - love how the inks glow on the gold background. That stencil is just beautiful. TFS!

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  19. Beautiful card. Love the stencil used on this.

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  20. This is a lovely name badge or ATC!

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  21. Pretty page, i love those stencils.

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  22. thanks for introducing me to On Point Glue

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  23. I never knew about On Point Glue, either. I love love love the colors! Great design

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  24. Wow...those colors are poppin'. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. This is beautiful to me. The bold and the gold!

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  26. Beautiful...never thought to paint on foil!

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