Monday, June 13, 2011

Technique Junkies - Stampbooking Blog Hop!!

Good Morning Friends and Fellow Junkies!!

I feel so very honored to have been invited to play along with the talented Technique Junkie DT on this blog hop. The Technique Junkie Newsletter Designers, along with some very talented Spotlight Stampers, are proud to bring you a special Stampbooking Blog Hop!

During this hop, our designers will be using techniques from the recently released TJ Stampbooking CD. The CD contains 75 inspiring tutorials in .pdf format. As you will see, these tutorials are fun and versatile.
You will find more information about the CD and how to order your own copy here.

Here is my page, now for the deets…




The picture is my friend Sophia’s little girl Zoe. She is 9 months old and this is her baptism picture. We decided to take some pictures for her invitations but she was not as cooperative about smiling as we hoped. However, we did get this priceless photo, she is definitely a cutie. Zoe’s room is decorated with a ladybug theme so I decided to do this page with ladybug paper to be able to give it to Sophia to hang in her room. What a fun page to do as I don’t have a little girl to do cute scrapbook pages of.

The technique that I used was the wrapped mats technique. What an easy technique with fantastic results. I really think I will use this one A LOT!!

Paper: Bazzill
Designer Paper: The Paper Company
Brads: Stampin Up!
Prima Flowers dyed with distress ink (brick refill, mustard seed refill, spun sugar stain, peeled paint stain)
Ladybug stamp: Magnolia colored with copics (R29, R22, R21, R10, C9, C7, C5, C4)
Glassy Accents on ladybugs
Cricut Expression - Printing Press ® cartridge
Rhinestones: Queen & Co
Cuttlebug Embossing folder

Now if you’re hopping along in order up next is the amazing Hetty Sanders. If you started your hop with me or you get lost, here is the list for you to follow. In order to start the hop at the very beginning, hop on over to the TJ Designer’s Blog and visit Judy Jackson

Be sure to leave a comment for Jane Bosi to be entered into the drawing for your very own copy of the TJ Stampbooking CD. Hoppers will have until June 17th, to leave a comment on her blog to be entered into a random drawing for the prize. Make sure to wish her a HAPPY BIRTHDAY too :)

Thanks for stopping by and have a most creative day !!!!!



Chris Dickinson  links to
Ann Clack links to Spotlight Stamper
Beth Norman links to Spotlight Stamper
Tricia O’Bin links to
Hetty Sanders links to
Donna Duquette links to Spotlight Stamper
Regan Seifert links to
Holly Brown links to
Pat Huntoon links to

22 comments:

  1. Ohhh what a beautiful page - love this technique, now I have to give it a try! GREAT WORK and thanks for joining us in the hop!

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  2. WOW! LOVE this technique on your page!! What an eye-catcher - both the tech and that sweet little cutie pie!

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  3. What a darling little girl and an even more delightful way to capture her beauty with your unique frame in that scrapbook page. I love it.

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  4. Very cute and so is your page! :) Another great technique I am going to have to try! :)

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  5. Tricia--I am so happy you joined us! I love your work and this is just fantastic!! A great gift for cute little Zoe---nicely, nicely done! I can't wait to see more Stampbooking projects from you ;)

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  6. Your page is oh so cute!!! What a gorgeous little girl. Thanks for sharing your awesome talent.

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  7. Love this technique. It really puts a focus on your picture. Great page.

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  8. Awww, Zoe is so precious! Your honored her well with your beautiful work!

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  9. How awesome. Both your page and the fact that you got to work with a "girl" page. Everything about this page is gorgeous.

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  10. Both page and little Zoe are adorable -!!

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  11. Your page is so cute and pretty!

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  12. OH so adorable! lovely page and sweet subject.

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  13. Who's a little stunner then? Love your page Trish.

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  14. Tricia,

    Love this technique, and will definitely be using this one for photos of my adorable great niece,Ainsley!

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  15. Oh I really like the way you peeled back the double sided paper! The title looks cool going up the side too - thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love the fun-ness of this layout and that little girl is so adorable.........
    Thanks for sharing

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  17. Oh what a cute way to show off such a cutie! Great job!

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  18. Ilove your page. What a good idea to make page with lady bugs that are like the ones in her room.
    Vciky Schmidt

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  19. I love your wonderful SB page and the picture is precious. The technique really highlights her cute picture! Congrats on being a guest DT at TJ for the hop!

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  20. Loving your page. A great technique too.

    Carol C

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