Friday, 27 April 2018

Visible Image and MISTI Blog Hop




Hello and Welcome to the Visible Image and MISTI
Blog Hop and Giveaway.


Scroll down for more details.

I have three sample cards to share with you today.
All three feature the same technique, with different stamps.

 Here are all the products and stamps 
I've used to create my First Sample.
I've linked all the Stamps for you 

 Take a piece of smooth Blending Card stock, 21cms x 16cms
Fold to make a card blank.
Use a corner punch to round off each corner. 
Place the front of your card face down onto a score board
 and score lines vertically right across
 the card to resemble a fence. 
Take an ink pad ( a light shade of  colour is best)  and run it down your card but keep the action light don't press too hard.  
I did not ink the whole card with colour
 as I wanted some white space.
I used a wet baby wipe to gently move the ink around 
and to blend away any lines I had. Dry with a Heat gun.
Next, I placed a Moon / Sun mask over my 'fence'
and created some shadow.
On to the stamping. 
I found my MISTI a most valuable tool 
enabling me to get the stamped images 
clean and clear every time!
 


  Two more samples for you now
 using exactly the same technique explained above
The stamps are all linked for each sample for you.

and the very beautiful set called BornTo Perform.

  
 My last sample features the fabulous Jazz It Up
One of my very favourite Visible Image stamps sets.
Plus the ever useful for backgrounds, Scripted Streets
BTW ... My next Rochester Workshop will showcase all of the above stamps from Visible Image and lots more besides!  
 NOW... read on  about the Blog Hop Prizes !
 Two lucky commenters from the hop will win one of two prizes: a $50 shopping spree at www.mysweetpetunia.com and a $50 shopping spree at Visible Image.
  You must leave your comments no later than
 Monday April 30th, at 11:59 PM Central time.
  The winners will be announced on Tuesday May 1st
on the Visible Image and My Sweet Petunia blogs. 
Please follow all the Blog Hop Links below 

My Sweet Petunia

Good luck and thanks for joining in with our Blog Hop
Eileen x

65 comments:

  1. Love the fence technique. Thank you for sharing xx

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    1. LOL And back to you again. :) ... Fab makes loving the new stencils x

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  2. Lovely and inspiring as always x

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  3. I love this technique. It’s a great twist on one that I have seen previously. Will definitely need to give this a go! X

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  4. These look fab Eileen ..... I love the wood effect, great technique xx

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  5. Your cards are so magical.. Thank you for showing this technique.. it's definitely one I will try!

    *Leaves a slice of birthday cake for you*
    xx Erika

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  6. wow these are gorgeous! sigh

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  7. Love your tutorials I always Lear such a lot. Xxx

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  8. Lovely card design and really cool cards Eileen!

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  9. Thank you for the step by step for the fence background Eileen, and love the VI stamps you have used and the Misti is the perfect tool for stamping. x

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  10. You are so inspiring, love these cards, amazing how one fairly simple technique can look so different just using different colours and stamps xx Zoe xx

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  11. So much temptation here , I just know I'm going to succumb --- it's only a matter of where, or when ! Joi now janice .😍

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  12. What a cool technique Eileen. I adore the way it looks on your projects - really inspirational xx

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  13. Super cards and as always so inspiring! TFS!

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  14. I love that "fence" background, it adds so much to your great cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  15. So many layers of loveliness! Gorgeousness incarnate!

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  16. That's a great technique - love the embossed lines and the circular mask idea - lovely card.

    Cath x

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  17. Bravo, une technique que je vais essayer.. les tampons sont mis à l'honneur, un gros faible pour la danseuse dans son cercle étoilé et ses couleurs ! merci pour l'inspiration ♥

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  18. Wow! Awesome cards and colors!!!

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  19. Stunning cards Eileen, and such a simple technique, to achieve them, genius. Hugs P xxxxxxx

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  20. Stunning samples Eileen, I love them all xxx

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  21. Love your projects and your backgrounds are just a perfect way to show off the stamps.

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  22. SUCH BEAUTIFUL CARDS! LOVE how you did them! You ARE showing these FABULOUS IMAGES SO WELL & THE MISTI TOO! (Can't stamp without mine!) ;) SUPER JOB, Eileen!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. I'm back again, trying to make sure my comment went through. I was told it didn't go through--mail demon..., but I see it up above! I'M SO GLAD! ;) AGAIN, GORGEOUS WORK, Eileen! ;)

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  24. Thanks for the great ideas, scored lines and masking

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  25. your ballerina card is just gorgeous!!

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  26. Fab cards! Must try this technique!

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  27. Wow!!! All made the same but looking so very differently but each as beautiful as the one before! Great technique! WIll try it, cause I'm loving what you showed. Thanks!:)

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  28. I always love your cards and these are no exception. Beautiful design.

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  29. awesome cards...well done.
    :) Karen

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  30. Love your fence technique & all those gorgeous cards! Beautiful!

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  31. Wow! Gorgeous cards. Fantastic techniques and image layering. Love them all, but the first stole the show for me.

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  32. Lovely cards Eileen as usual.Have seen this technique before, but like your inky version rather than the painted one.

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  33. A really effective use of the stencils and ink. So versatile too.
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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  34. love, LOVE, love these cards! That background is fantastic!

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  35. Fantastic cards Eileen. Love the layers and pretty colors. Love the flower image so much!

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  36. These are all just Fabulous and pretty. Love the BG you created.

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  37. Fantastic cards, the fence is a great background for all of these images, Cathy x

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  38. Pretty colors and details on these beautiful cards! Love the images you used!

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  39. Love this tutorial, thankyou Eileen, I find it hard to leave white space so am going to try this 😍

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  40. HIya Eileen, thank you for sharing your fabulous projects with us, love it pretty colors and love the stamps from Visible Images, hugs Terry xxx

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  41. What soft colors you used....gorgeous !

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  42. I love the backgrounds you've created. They give that extra touch to your cards. I'm gonna try this too.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

    Creative hugs,

    Lins ;)

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  43. oooh your cards are awesome

    hugs Annemarie

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  44. Your backgrounds are really stunning!

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  45. Очаровательная красота и нежность! Красивые открытки и интересный приём!

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  46. I just love how these cards came out, I don't have the same stamps but I'm going to give this a try when I get home....

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  47. Such awesome backgrounds for your gorgeous cards! Love these new stamp sets!

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  48. Such an awesome outcome of this technique. All of them are stunning. Always Love your creations lovely lady love you.
    Hugs
    Ayoti xx

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  49. Thank you for the new technique!! The cards are gorgeous!

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  50. Thanks for the fence technique. Lovely cards!

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  51. wow your cards and style are just stunning:)

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  52. Can't wait to try your circle masking...so effective in every way you used it! thanks

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  53. These are more than cards ! These are true pieces of art !!
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  54. wonderful cards. Love the one with the dragonflies.

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  55. Fabulous samples, love this technique xx

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