Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Bodacious Background Stamps CD Blog Hop

The fabulous Technique Junkies Design Team welcomes you to another fabulous Blog Hop! We are showcasing the newest addition to the Technique Junkies CD series called the Bodacious Background Stamp CD.

This CD contains 30 ways to use your background stamps in fun and creative ways! Learn how to color, stamp and transform your background stamped images. The CD contains 20 brand new tutorials plus 10 techniques from the TJ archives. All 30 tutorials are in step-by-step pdf format - compatible for Macs and PCs alike. All the tutorials are printable to 8-1/2” x 11” paper.

You can see the index of tutorials and information about this CD by clicking on the following links:
Bodacious Background Stamps CD Index
Bodacious Background Stamps CD - infomation page

It is available for order TODAY by clicking the "Add to Cart" button below or using the dropdown menu on the right side of my blog. The CD will be shipped in less than 2 weeks!

Select One or More CDs to add to your order

You should have arrived here from Shelly's blog. To start at the beginning with Judy go to the Design Team website by clicking on this TJ Blog link.

For my projects today, I used two very different techniques. The first one is the gorgeous Pearl Outlines technique. I love the beautiful shimmer of this technique. The background stamp is an old retired Stampin Up stamp and the sentiment is from a wonderful stamp company, Art Neko.

For my second project, I used the fun Watered Dylusions technique.  If you've ever used Dylusions sprays, you know how much fun they are, and this background technique is a perfect example of that.  The background stamp that I used on this card is from Impression Obsession.

Your next stop is Nancy's blog.  If you get lost, you can always refer to the list below.

Judy Jackson
Hetty Sanders
Ann Clack
Tricia O’Bin
Shelly Schmidt
Holly Brown --- You Are Here
Nancy Dawson
Pat Huntoon

Thanks for hopping along with us today!!


Hetty said...

Great cards, Holly.I love both techniques.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful cards- I love the look of both of the techniques- the first- you have made into such an elegant card, and the 2nd- love the way you framed the technique to make it pop! Looking forward to trying both of these techniques!

Ann said...

Scrumptious! Love your colors. They really made these techniques pop. The first is definitely my fav.

Tricia O said...

I love them both. I have that diamond stamp, time to brush it off and have a go :)

Nancy Dawson said...

WOW love the watered delusions. The CD is packed with so many great backgrounds

BarbaraW said...

Two really pretty cards!

Con said...

AWESOME!!!! I want to do this background! there are so many possibilities especially for masculine cards;) thanks, -con