Thursday, November 3, 2016
MIO Autumn Breeze Hop
Hey guys! Welcome to the MIO Autumn Breeze Hop. You should have arrived here from the talented Deana's blog and if you want to start from the beginning, head to our fearless leader, Laura's blog. Starting with a piece of watercolor paper that I colored with spray inks by Lindy's Stamp Gang and Dylusions, I die cut a variety of leaves. On another piece of watercolor paper colored with Colorburst dry watercolor pigments, I stamped my image and heat embossed it in gold. I arranged the leaves around the stamped panel and completed my card with a die cut sentiment. This design is perfect for the guys too, especially if they're outdoorsy like mine!
Here's the video tutorial on my Youtube channel if you'd like to see how I created my card from start to finish. My supply list is below.
Canson 140lb Watercolor Paper
Colorburst Watercolors: Pthalo Green, Alizaron Crimson, and Orange
Lawn Fawn Stitched Leaves dies
Lawn Fawn Stitched Square Stackables die
Janes Doodles Owl stamp set
Wow Metallic Gold Superfine embossing powder
ARC Wood Veneer paper
Simon Says Stamp Blessed die
Neenah 110 lb Solar White cardbase
Your next stop on the hop is the lovely Linda's blog and in case you get lost or want to visit one of us again, the complete list is below.
2. Deana Benson
3. Jasmine Burgess - You're here!
4. Linda Gorman
Can't forget about the prize!
Now all you need to do to enter to win is leave some love at each blog on the hop; how easy is that!?! The hop runs through 11/17/16 and we'll announce the winner on 11/21/16. Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to hit the subscribe button on my YouTube channel so you'll be in the know when I post a new project video!
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