Stamps: Firecracker Designs by Pamela
The winner of the giveaway is C Meyers! Congrats!
Since my photography on this was not spectacular, here is the recipe for Witches Brew (from the stamp), if you are so inclined to cook today:
Three Purple Tadpoles
Two Pinches of Ghost Dust
A dash of Creole
Frog Warts (add to taste)
A split hair from a Queen Bee
One cup of Camel Spit
Two tsp. of Frozen Rainbow
*Mix thoroughly, simmer over low heat for 4 hours. Serve Ice Cold.
Hope you enjoy your brew!
I originally bought these stamps to scrapbook pictures from my son's Boy Scout camping trip. They are just too cute to let languish on my shelf, though. They seemed a perfect match for the Camouflage Technique from the October 2008 issue of the TJ Newsletter, too.
I love my Bear card!
Stamps: Close to My Heart
I have a little confession: I struggle with this kind of thing. I usually approach them with a moderate level of dread, since I know that 3-D stamped things usually end up looking like a Kindergartner made them when they are crafted from my hands. I actually like this one, though.
The leaves were done using the Stamp Rolling technique from the Technique Junkie Newsletter's 1st Edition CD. Stamps are from Close to My Heart.
I hope my SIL likes this little gift...
- They're already mixed. No recipe, no mess
- They're ridiculously shimmery
- They dry on glossy or non-porous surfaces, so they're perfect for use on acetate or metal
- They come in 35 spectacular colors
- They're non-toxic
- They're water-based
One thing I discovered while working with them is that when I wanted a different color, I simply colored my image with marker underneath, then painted over that with the Shimmerz Butter Cream -- it was like having custom colors at my disposal!
Check out Shimmerz Blog to find an online resource or retailer who carries Shimmerz Paints. Now, this is how YOU can win them...
ANYONE can enter this give away.One entry per person, per give away, please. To enter the give away for today, simply leave a comment on this blog entry telling me that you would like to enter by 11:59pm EST on Sunday, October 26th. No other entry methods will be included in the give away. If you email me to enter, your entry will NOT be considered a valid entry. When you leave the comment, make sure to put your NAME in the comment -- if you enter your comment as "Anonymous", I cannot give you the prize! Blogger does NOT record your email address for me, so you will need to check back to find out if you have won or include your email address in your comment so that I can notify you. A good way to do this is like so: phuntoon at optonline dot net -- it will help protect your privacy! I will have a random number generator pick one number from the comments to select one winner. Each give-away is separate, so to be eligible for a specific item you must enter that day's contest on the post where it is listed. Enter today -- good luck! I have blog give aways every Wednesday -- come play!
Congratulations to Carey Rogers -- the winner of these paints!
The card uses the Designer Tile Technique from the August 2008 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. I especially love this skull -- after stamping it I covered it with VersaMark, covered it with glittering translucent embossing powder, heat set it and cut it out. I love the shimmer of it! I have a close-up below.
I hope my partner likes this card!
The stamps and paper are all from SU.
I just love this Santa from Rubberstamp Avenue. It is my all-time favorite. To me, this IS Santa. I couldn't resist using him for the Technostamper Sketch Challenge (#40) this week!
I stamped my Santa in black, then colored him with chalks. i edged him in gold, layered in white, then put him on a rich piece of Faux handmade paper (August 2008 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter). That is layered on a piece of blue embossed paper, over a white card. The snowflakes are felt, and I added glitter to them.
Doesn't it just leave you wishin' for December 24th?
The front panel on this card uses the Glitter Masking Technique from the October Issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. The Spiders, and Circle and the orange square are all glittered! That panel is layered over a spiderweb piece of Cuttlebug Highlights, also from the October issue.The Boo stamp is from The Angel Company.
Remember that I am giving the stamps for this away CLICK HERE to place your entry.
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The winner of this giveaway is Roxi Adams! Congratulations!
My highlighting on this is not perfect, but I am reveling in it's imperfection...Happy Technique Blitz.
In any case, this was made using the Faux Dichroic Technique, on of the CD 6 Bonus Techniques. These pieces are really pretty in real life! Sorry the pictures don't capture that...