Tuesday, May 15

Technique Junkies New Illustrator Blog Hop


We are celebrating a new Illustrator at Technique Junkies Stamps.
We have 10 new stamps from Rita Bakarat in the Technique Junkies line! You can see all of the new stamps HERE.
If you’ve come from Rita's blog you are in the right place. If not head to the Technique Junkies Blog for the start of the hop.
Make sure you comment on all the stops along the hop. One lucky person who comments will receive a $25 Technique Junkies Gift Certificate! Comments will be open until Saturday May 19th and the winner will be announced May 20th on the Technique Junkies Blog.
So, I have 2 projects for you!

Delight in the Little Things
For this project I used Floral Border and Delight.
The beautiful border was stamped on a piece of watercolor paper in Versamark Watermark Ink, then added White embossing powder and heat set.
The florals were colored with Ken Oliver Color Burst: I used Fuchsia, Indigo, Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Alizarin Crimson and Ultramarine Blue, trimmed the image after it was dry and sponged all the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
After that, I used Circle Make Circles Stencil to add a little extra to the card, I used Broken China Distress ink, then the sentiment was stamped in Stazon Ink. 
Added white satin ribbon to the left side of the card and  pearls on the flowers.



Beautiful Minds
For this project I used Reflections, Floral Border and Beautiful Minds.
I started stamping the beautiful Reflectionsand Floral Border images on a piece of watercolor paper in Jet Black Stazon Ink, I used my MISTI to get the perfect impression. 
Then, I used the Arrowhead Chevron Stencil, combined few drops of Candy Apple Mist (Tattered Angels) and white embossing paste and added it to the panel, after that I misted the panel with Angel Pink, Rhubarb Stalk and Tangelo Firework Mists.
After it dry, I colored the face with Color Bursts, the flowers from the floral border were also colored with Color Burst and then cut out to decorate the head.
Then for the sentiment I used Diamond Fade Stencil and Vintage Photo Distress ink on a piece of white cardstockafter that I stamped the sentiment. Added a little bit of cheese cloth and silver thread behind the sentiment.
Decorated the panel wit flower sequins.





Now hop on over to Betz Golden to check her beautiful creation!

You can get all the new stamps, Color Burts, MISTI, Stencils with a 10% OFF using my discount code TJ10Giovana at checkout!!


Hope you like my projects.
Have an amazing day!




27 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards. I like the flowers in the lady's hair.

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  2. Both cards are truly lovely. I adore the beautiful minds card. The colors and textures are perfect. TFS

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  3. How beautiful are these Giovanna? I love that you shared your technique and process. I am new to stamping and this so helps me learn!! Love Rita's stamps!!

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  4. Love the sentiments! Beautiful cards

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  5. Hello! Gorgeous as always Giovanna! Well done!

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  6. Gorgeous cards, Giovana!!! Love the colors on Beautiful Minds card!

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  7. Beautiful projects. Love your color combinations. TFS

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  8. Oh, I like your style. Great colors--she is sort of abstract art lookingish. Nice

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  9. I love everything about the Beautiful Minds card. It's so well thought out - colors - how you added the flowers and popped them. This card is a work of art!

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  11. Your art with the new stamps is wonderful. Love the flowers.

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  12. Loving all the textures and designs you use, they really pop!

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  13. Wow, these are both
    so pretty and love
    how colorful they
    are!
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Very pretty! Never would have thought of painting with Color Burst. What vibrant color!

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  15. Love your second card. I have to start doing more mixed media style, as I enjoy the finished product.

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  16. Love both of your beautiful cards! The first I had seen on My Sweet Petunia, and came over to your blog to comment how spectacularly you had made it. So glad to see your second card as well! Gorgeous details and coloring! Love them both!!

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  17. How gorgeous both cards are, Giovana! So colorful and cheery it is impossible to pick which I love more.

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  18. Gorgeous cards! Wonderful sentiments! They are just so bright and cheery!

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