AiDT Reunion Blog Hop + Ai Spinners Release

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Hi! Welcome to the reunion blog hop for Art Impressions! You should have arrived from Isha Gupta‘s blog. If this is your first stop, please start at the beginning, you won’t want to miss out on the awesome inspiration and prizes!

Spinner Graphic

Today I’ve used 4679 – Witch Spinner & 4698 – Witch Spinner Dies to create this little treat bag for a Halloween party! I want to tell you what I used to color my image, however, I’m more curious to know what you THINK I used. Being a certified Copic Instructor, you would likely guess Copics, however, I actually used Sharpies! I used yellow, orange, red, purple, green, brown and silver. I used Glue Lines to adhere the bling to the bag and Pop-Up Glue Dots to adhere the rosette, the Witch from Ai and the banner that says “Happy Halloween!”

AI Blog Hop Jessica Griffin

Be sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway where you can win one of seven incredible prizes! Please note if you encounter a broken link in the hop you can always go back to the Art Impressions Blog or reference the link list below.

Next on the hop is Karen Day!

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Cheri Burry
Crystal Lopez
Dana Warren
Deloris Thiede
Diane Zechman
Isha Gupta
Jessica Griffin
Karen Day
Kerry Kung
Kirsi Kamppikoski
Maria McGuire
Marie-Pierre Capistran
Mary Witter
Piali Biswas
Reneé Matarese
Sharon Caudle
Soili-Maria Seppala
Tammie Koehnen
Tracy Gray
Tracy MacDonald
Trena Brannon
Zora Bergstrom

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Papertrey Ink June

**PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE JESSICA SPRAGUE BIRTHDAY BLOG HOP AND GET YOUR FREEBIES**

Good morning!!

Here is Papertrey’s June inspiration…

And here is my take…

I used iamroses.com roses. I sprayed a bundle with three different Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays.

Tainted Love Teal (*NEW*)

Rhododendron Red Rose

Amaryllis Burgundy

Cosmopolitan Pink (*NEW*)

I stamped using VersaFine in Onyx Black and Spanish Moss.

Pattern Paper is October Afternoon.

Happy hopping friends!!

:Lindy’s Stamp Gang Bunny Hop:

I’m so excited to be participating in the Lindy’s Stamp Gang Bunny Hop!! Our theme for this hop is Easter, and what better than this sweet little girl (Easter Emma) that reminds me of my daughter? I went a little crazy coloring this image…

Copics: BG01, BG70, BG72, BV000, Bv01, BV04, R00, E93, V04, Y21, YR31 E50, E37, E59.

I colored on top of the Copics using a paintbrush with Lindy’s Stamp Gang products:

Basket: Glory of the Seas Gold (stain)
Purple Egg: Sweet Violet Purple Teal (stain)
Green Egg: Bells of Ireland Green (stain)
Blue Egg: Delphinium Turquoise (stain)
Shoes and Apron: French Lilac (stain)
Dress: Azure Sea Asters (spray)
Hair: Cattail Copper Brown (color shot)
Grass: Lucky Shamrock Green (stain)

  • Pattern paper: Bella Blvd Sweet Celebrations Party Hearty
  • Copic paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White

Check out what the rest of the Design Team is doing!

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Schlosser Designs BLOG HOP!!

How exciting, Erin over at Schlosser Designs has some new stamps available. To celebrate, we’re having a blog hop!

You should have come here from the amazingly talented Karen. If you didn’t, please start at the beginning.

So, here’s the low down… there are THREE, count ’em ONE, TWO, THREE new stamp sets!

  • Joyeux Noel: 12 stamps.  Tree image is 1 3/4″ x 2 1/2″
  • Autumn Blessings: 13 stamps.  Make your own argyle.  Set also includes some interchangeable sentiments.
    Stitched border is 2″ x 3″.
  • Circle-A-Thon: 12 stamps.  Sentiments fit perfectly inside a 1 3/4″ circle punch.  Smaller patterned circles fit inside 1″ punch. Great for layering, backgrounds, etc.

Today, I’m going to feature Autumn Blessings!

Make sure you start at the beginning… between you and I… there MIGHT be a giveaway… HINT… HINT…

Now, hop on over to the extremely talented Michele and see what she’s cooking up! 😉

Cards for Kids Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids Blog Hop! We have all come together today to make cards for a wonderful cause, Cards for Kids! We hope to encourage you to also make cards for this great cause and have fun along the way, too! So please hop along with us, and make sure to leave comments as there will be prizes for commenters and participants! So let’s get going! Also, if you are lost in the hop, you can always start at the beginning at the Lawn Fawn blog. Thank you so much for hopping along with us today!

You should have come from Tanis. If you didn’t, please go back to the beginning so you don’t miss out on all the beautiful kids cards!

Pattern Paper- Making Memories Spook Alley: Witches Feet and Words.
Stamps- Pink Paislee: Twilight
Ink- Tsukineko: Versa Fine

Stamp- Me and My Big Idea
Ink- Tsukineko : Memento
Copics- R20, E00, E25, E37, E59

Pattern Paper- Making Memories: Just Chillin’ Boy Paper Pad
Ink- Tsukineko: Memento
Copics- YR04, YR09, Y17, BG72

I’m going to give away…

One set of SIX copic markers to one of my subscribers!

If you need help with subscribing you can check out this tutorial. (It’s short, sweet and to the point.) You’ll get brownie points for posting about my post on FaceBook, Twitter, your blog, any forums you frequent… where ever. Just let me know either via email, or in a comment where you posted so I can double check it! This is a great cause, and we need to spread the word, as much as possible! What person doesn’t like getting happy mail!

Now hop on over to Sudie!

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USAQ: Draw and Gild

Today is US Art Quest’s very first design team post! What’s even more exciting is we’re doing a blog hop complete with a giveaway! What are we giving away you ask?

Well, we’re giving away a Draw and Gild kit valued at $29.99! To be eligible to win this kit, you must visit each designer’s blog and leave them a comment by 11:59 EST on Sunday, June 27th. The winner will be announced on Monday, June 28th.

Sarah Anderson

Suzi Blu

Lea Cioci

Jessica Griffin

Jan Hennings

Terri Sproul

Connie Vogt

Julie Ranae

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Now, with out further ado, my project! (You can click on the photos to see the detail better.)

This was very simple. First, I picked a stamp. Then I used a piece of foam cut and dry to apply duo to the stamp itself. I then stamped the image on the piece of white cardstock. Once the duo was dry (but sticky) I laid down the Gildenglitz over top of the stamped areas and then used the textured sponge to rub away the Gilding.

Now hop on over to Jan Hennings, and make sure you leave a comment to be entered into the giveaway!