Wednesday, September 4, 2013

CD11 Blog Hop!



Today we are celebrating the release of the newest Technique Junkie Annual CD: The Eleventh Edition CD. The CD contains all the tutorials from the October 2012 through August 2013 issues, plus 10 bonus techniques - a total of 100 tutorials. All that for only $14.95!

You should have arrived here from Hetty‘s blog. If this is your first stop, you can start again be going to the Design Team blog HERE. (http://techniquejunkies.blogspot.com/).

I decided to make a card from one of the Bonus Techniques: Paint Chip Bricks. I love this funky stamp (Inky Antics), and she looks great with the Wild Sentiment (Mark's Finest Papers) and the Animal print ribbon. I think the paint chips set her off beautifully!

The CD is available for order TODAY by clicking here (http://www.techniquejunkies.com/Cd11.html). The CD will be shipped next week.   This CD contains a pictorial index that you can print out -- each of the 100 tutorials on the CD are represented with pictures in the index. The index is here. It was been designed to make it easier than ever to find a tutorial on the CD.

Thanks for stopping by today -- I hope you enjoyed the hop!





10 comments:

Hetty said...

This is absolutely a FUN card, Pat! Great new cd.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Awesome - love the cute image and the fun background! Great Hop!

Tricia said...

Love this technique, great image.

Kathie McGuire said...

What a happy, cheery card! Love the bricks and the overall theme--clever coordination of her shawl and the decorative ribbon added to the card!

Holly said...

Hee hee hee! I love this fun card! Adding texture to your bricks is awesome - love it!

Unknown said...

Love this card - puts a huge smile on my face and a well needed laugh. Thanks again for another great hop and I'm looking forward to getting my cd and vow to start being creative again :)

Beth Norman said...

Too stinkn cute. I love how you encorporated MFP Born to be wild with that "wild" lady. This technique is awesome and I can't wait to try it.

Nancy Dawson said...

Too cute! Love that technique. It makes a great background for any image.

Vickie Kertz said...

Oh how cute. Love the colors you used. Thanks for the great hop.

Michele said...

fabulous blog hop! i love your card! the paint chip technique looks great. xo