Tuesday, September 5

My Sweet Petunia and Right at Home Swap Hop


Hello friends! Welcome another fun blog hop, this time the My Sweet Petunia and Right at Home Design Team are teaming up to share with you amazing creation using products from both companies! 
And we also have amazing giveaways, we will draw 2 lucky winners from all the comments from the hop, so please leave a comment on every blog to be eligible win one of two prizes: Winner's choice of an original or mini MISTI, and a prize package from Right at Home (Sunflower stamp set, Harvest Blessings stamp set (new release) and two Distress Oxide Inks: Cracked Pistachio and Peeled Paint).

Deadline for comments is September 8th at noon Central, and winners will be posted on the My Sweet Petunia and  Right at Home blogs on Tuesday September 12th

If you arrive here from Maria's blog, you are in the right place, if not start at Nicole's, so you don't miss out any of the participant blog.

I have two projects for you today, I even took pictures of the process from this card (click on the pictures fro a larger version), so let's get started.
Background piece:
  • Start stamping the leaves from "Fall Leaves" set on a piece of watercolor paper, ink them up with Memento Rich Cocoa for the outlines and then the solid images with Wild Honey Distress Ink and Memento Tangelo.For the small outlines use Memento Love Letters, Memento Pistachio, Memento Dandelion.
Embossed Leaves
  • Stamp the outline leaves on a piece of watercolor paper. Apply white embossing powder and heat set.
  • After that, add little bits of Color Burst (Sepia, Yellow Ochre, Terra Verte, Tangerine), mist water. Let it air dry or speed the process with a heat gun. Cut them out or die-cut. 
  •  After that, cover all the leaves with Versamark Watermark and Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel, this will give your leaves a shiny and kinda frosty look (If you don't have UTEE, you can use clear embossing powder for a similar look)
  • Finally, stamp the sentiment from Script Greetings set on a piece of clear vellum  in Vintage Mahogany Embossing powder (Recollections), then add stitches. Adhere the card panel to a 5.5" x 5.5" white card base. Add the embossed leaves to the side. Embellish with silver thread.

This is the final card.
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This second card was a lot easier and faster to make. I usually don't make OLC, but these images were calling for one {wink, wink}
Here I stamped the images ink Memento Love Letter, Memento Angel Pink, Memento Pistachio, Memento Bamboo Leaves, Memento Tangelo, Memento Dandelion, Memento Gray Flannel, Memento  Rich Cocoa, SU Coastal Cabana and Delizata Golden Glitz. Sentiment was stamped in Jet Black ink and finally added clear and blue rhinestones.



Here is the list of all the participants:


My Sweet Petunia

Have fun Hopping!
Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win.

Have an amazing day!






31 comments:

  1. Such awesome projects Giovana!

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  2. I am lovin' those inky leaves ... awesome cards.

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  3. Your cards are amazing! Love the colors and designs.

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  4. I love both of your cards, but that fall one - swoon. A lot of amazingly creative artwork went into that one. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Wow! Absolutely LOVE your technique on those leaves. Fall is my favorite time if year and those bring memories of every wonderful thing I love about it. When a card promotes your feel good vibes...oh yeah!

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  6. Fabulous cards! Love the leaves in their pretty, fall colors! Beautiful flowers too!

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  7. Great cards! Love those leaves.

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  8. Such great card Giovana, thanks for the tutorial. I would love to have the Color Burst they look like fun to play with.

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  9. Love those color burst leaves! ❤️ Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I have really enjoyed this hop. Right at home is new to me!

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  11. LOVE autumn leaves, and your technique is amazing! OLC is just DARLING!

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  12. Oh goodness, I'm going you need to buy color bursts now too aren't I haha
    These are so great!

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  13. very pretty. I especially love the fall leaves card.

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  14. I've never used Color Burst powders but they look great on your leaves! Both of your cards are so pretty! I like how bright and cheery they are!

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  15. Love the beautiful fall leaves and the flowers. Both cards are fabulous.

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  16. The leaves look stunning. Absolutely gorgeous card.

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  17. Love what you did with the leaves!

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  18. Love the leaves. Great use of UTEE.

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  19. Both so pretty, and you're making me yearn for Autumn! LOve my MISTI, and to see all of you using it, and sharing some tips!
    =]

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  20. I love fall colors!So I really enjoyed the techniques you used to enhance the colors of fall leaves and the leaves themselves.I'm a newer artist but I keep trying.I would love to learn to do these techniques and grow in my knowledge at the same time.I'm so glad this big September giveaways have led me to new stamp makers and teachers as well as crafters!Look forward to all your work.I've started going through some already .Thank You for sharing

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  21. Great watercolor leaves - thanks for the detailed information for making them. Very pretty fall cards !

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  22. Love your leaves and how you colored them, the cards are so pretty. I love fall colors! Great job. tfs

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  23. Wow! Superb techniques and beautiful cards :)

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  24. Wow!!! Your cards are really gorgeous!!! Colors are amazing!!!

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  25. Wonderful cards. I really like the leaves.

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  26. Both are lovely, but I really love the second one!

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  27. Great cards! I especially love the first and how it has the leaves two ways.

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