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Friday, March 13, 2015

Sharing one of My FAVORITE Techniques...

Hello Everybody!! It's Friday for another hour and you know what that means... YUP, time for Unity Stamps Friends with Flair. You would think I worked for them, but I DON'T (grin), I just LOVE their stamps and have  waaaay too many not to try and put ink on every single one - which, by the way - I have not done yet.  I have THAT MANY Unity stamps.
So here is my submission for "Friends with Flair" and today I am using one of my brand new Itty Bitty's that I chose as part of my Unity Stamp prize package from last month {Be Inspired} Challenge, called "Folksy Feathers" and one of the reasons I chose this stamp was because I knew it would look great when I used it with one of my very favorite techniques, Painting with STICKLES! This is what the image looked like berfore I painted it using my Ranger's Stickles, stamped onto a piece of cardboard covered in inka golds paint and stamped using my black Stayzon ink....
And THIS Is what it looked like AFTER!
I love everything about this card, especially the fact that the background is one of my inky paper towels that I mod podged onto a piece of heavy cardstock which made making this card pretty quick, pretty simple and Just Plain PRETTY - with all that sparkle!
 
As Always, thanks for popping by today and don't forget to leave a comment on my blog because every week Unity Stamps always pick one commenter to give a prize away to! 
Cheers, and GOOD LUCK!
Scrapbook Lynne Mizera




21 comments:

  1. Love your card the sparkle is awesome, I spotted it saw on FWF

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  2. OMG what a FABULOUS technique!!! I love how it looks, amazing art!

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  3. Yes, you would think I work for them too. I guess I do go to work to support my little stamp habit so I do kind of work for them hehe. Awesome technique, you card is wonderful.

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  4. Glad you had time to share. Your bird is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
    I spied your project at Unity's FWF.
    Crafty hugs,
    Dawn
    DesignsByDragonfly {blogspot}

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  5. Oh my gosh, I had no idea stickles could look so great! Awesome idea.

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  6. What a nice way to start my day looking at your works of art. Beautiful as usual

    Sonya Johnson

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  7. Fabulous as always!! Great idea with the paper towel- great recycling! Fabulous bird, I never thought of coloring with my stickles.. Came together perfectly!

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  8. Wow, love the sparkly bird image Lynne.

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  9. Another jeweled wonder. Love it. So precious. Hugz

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  10. Pretty indeed. Can't believe the background is paper towel. And the bird is stunning with all the sparkle. :)

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  11. Everything about this is so cool, Lynne! That your background is an inky paper towel -- love that! And stickling that bird makes it look so gorgeous!

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  12. I love your card, your technique,using your paper towel and just the sheer beauty of it! You certainly rocked it! hugs, patty

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  13. Look how pretty! Painting with Stickles, you say? Count me in! Thanks for the great technique nudge.

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  14. This is gorgeous with the Stickles.

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  15. That bird is gorgeous but I just LOvE how you re-used your paper towel for your background! The background totally caught my eye first and I just took a class with Dyan Revealey and she convinced me to invest in a heavier weight paper towel and do the same after seeing some of her gorgeous creations using what would typically get thrown out. Thanks for sharing this beauty!

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  16. Pinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnning!!!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! I must try your painting with Stickles technique because I looooooooooooooooove sparkly things. :) Sparkly image + inky paper towel background = LOVE!! TFS.
    Saw you at Unity FWF!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  17. Another STUNNING creation!! Your design style always leaves me floored!! You are amazing and so is this card!!

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  18. Wow, this is so gorgeous, Lynne! Kudos to you for using your inky paper towel! I always think I will use mine because they are so fantastic and colorful, but I never do, so thank you for the inspiration! I can imagine that this card is absolutely breathtaking and sparkly IRL!! Hugs, Darnell

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  19. OMG love, love your card. I sat and looked at the background for ages trying to guess how you made it and was clapping my hands when I found it it was an inky paper towel !!! It looks super and the whole card is just beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration.

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