Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Welcome to the Bodacious Background Stamps CD hop!


Today we are celebrating the arrival of the Bodacious Background Stamps CD with a blog hop!  If this is your first stop, take a moment to go to the Technique Junkies Design Team Blog to start at the beginning with Judy Jackson. It is a relatively short hop, and you will be happy you did! If you came here from Nancy Dawson's blog, you are in the right place!

Today, I am featuring a technique from the CD called Folded Strips. I love this technique -- it is a great way to take a portion of a Big Background stamp and highlight it in a special way. I used a Technique Junkies background stamp called Skeleton Leaves (S537, available HERE for $9.95). The be*believe*become stamp is not yet available on my site but will be by Friday :)

The Bodacious Background Stamps CD contains 30 tutorials and is only $9.95, and is available for purchase off my blog, from the www.techniquejunkies.com website home page, or from the Bodacious Background CD page. If you would like to see a listing of the techniques on the CD, with pictures, you can find it HERE.

I hope you enjoyed the hop!

9 comments:

Hetty said...

Lovely sample of one of the wonderful techniques from the new CD,Pat.

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love the idea of using portions of your stamps for this design- and the beautiful colors from the distress inks- awesome! Love the new sentiment stamp too!

stamps&cars said...

Just lovely. The new sentiment stamp is great! the leaves really speak to me best!

Tricia O said...

Very nice. Love this technique, as usual I need to try all the new techniques. Thank Pat!

Nancy Dawson said...

Love the folded strips. Such a great way to showcase a stamp! TFS

BarbaraW said...

Love your card. this was another great hop. Now I've got some CD purchasing catch-up to do.

Anonymous said...

Be-utiful card!

Looking forward to playing with you at Oaks!

Blessings,
Marie

Con said...

I like the colors of your leaves and your technique. thank you so much for sharing it. -con

Con said...

I like the colors of your leaves and your technique. thank you so much for sharing it. -con