Saturday, May 19, 2018

Technique Tuesday - My Sweet Petunia MISTI Blog Hop


Hi! Welcome to my blog and the Technique Tuesday/ My Sweet Petunia Blog Hop and Giveaway. I am so happy to be sharing a card and You Tube video with you today. I was inspired by a video Therese Calvrid did on the Altenew You Tube channel here. I wanted to try this technique with an open line image. Here is my card which looks like a hot mess.........:





Here is the video which shows you what to do and what not to do lol!!!



Now to the prizes. You must leave a comment on at least one blog in the hop to be entered into the drawing. Two people will be chosen to win one of the prizes. One prize is a $50 gift certificate to Technique Tuesday and the other is a $50 gift certificate to My Sweet Petunia!!!!!!  No comments after Monday, May 28th at midnight will be accepted. Winners will be announced on the Technique Tuesday and My Sweet Petunia blogs on Tuesday, May 29th!  Next on the hop is the FABULOUS Amy Kolling!

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48 comments:

  1. Your colors are so vibrant! And bold! That Barberry Branch set of images and sentiments is so eye-catching! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love your honesty in card making.... All us out here in video land do learn all the time. Family lives in the swamp and work there too. SWEET!

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  3. Great card! Sometimes its fun to do the loose watercoloring and see what you get!

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  4. What a fun way to *color* your open image ... lovely.

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  5. I love love love this card. I did like the one layer look before the sentiment bled a bit, but it still looks awesome.

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  6. Love your card
    I've never tried this technique.

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  7. Beautiful card. Love the colors you used.
    Thanks for sharing

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  8. love the arty feel of this sweet card!!

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  9. Wow.. loved watching your process making this gorgeous card.

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  10. Such an interesting technique that I have never seen before, using copics as "alcohol" ink colors. A lot of great tips in your video! Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Thanks for sharing your video! I learned from you and this card is so pretty!

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  12. I love blog hops because they inspire me to create. Thank you!!!

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  13. I hadn't thought to use alcohol markers this way to do an alcohol inked background. Refills, yes, but the actual markers, no. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. Thanks for sharing your nice card and for the video.

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  15. love how you did the background! very pretty!

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  16. It was fascinating watching you create this card.

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  17. Love the watery color effect you used on this card. Very different from the others I've seen.

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  18. That’s a fantastic card, very unique background !
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  19. Beautiful card and loved the video! TFS!

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  20. Gorgeous card, love the background technique! Interesting how the pencil reacted to the ink. I really appreciated your video as I always seem to have those "oh crud, what did I just do" moments.

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  21. Thank you for sharing your card, even if the result is not exactly the one you wanted. We all learn along the way :)

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  22. Wow! This is a wonderful card - I like the originality of it and how it came out as a unique card all on it's own right! I think it's gorgeous ~ very avant garde! TFS ♥

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  23. ha ha ha.. your comment is too funny, a hot mess. Your card looks great and I think we always have those moments :)

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  24. Your "hot mess" video was really good, lots of good advice.

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  25. Love your hot mess! New subbie here!

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  26. I like your hot mess! Very cool process video.

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  27. I love all of the new ideas!

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  28. Fabulous dripping technique to create this card.

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  29. I love this technique. Stress free coloro

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  30. The end result is a stunner and I'm learning through you designer not to always give in when I get a hot mess but to let it ride and see the end result x

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  31. Nice to see the dos and don't in action along with remedies when needed. Great job.

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  32. Wow! Beautiful card and colors!!!

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  33. Well, you might think it looks like a hot mess, but I think it looks pretty cool!

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  34. Your card turned out lovely! The red is so vibrant! I've never tried using alcohol inks but it looks like a fun process.

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  35. Love the sentiment and image! Pretty card!

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  36. Great card with a wonderful, uplifting message!

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  37. Vibrant colors!Thanks for the chance to win and sharing.

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  38. What a cool card! I love the sentiment :)

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  39. Really love this sentiment and the loose watercoloring!

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  40. I'm really not trying to win anything, but I'm glad that you shared about your tremors! I too have hand tremors (thank you MS, not!) I was so incredibly happy when I found the Misti!! I was always having to cover things up or start over because the acrylic block fell out of my hand. The day i first saw them was the day I bought my first one, The Misti has made cardmaking much more fun!!!!

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  41. I'm so impressed that you pulled this card out! You really channeled your inner Kelly Latevola on this: WE DO NOT START OVER! I think it looks lovely, but I also really appreciate your candor in talking about what you would have done differently, because I think that's one of the best ways to learn from other people. So thanks for putting yourself out there like that and suffering through 6 (6! I think at, oh, about 3 I would have lost it) voiceovers to get us this video!

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  42. Thanks for introducing me to a new to me paper technique! I love your color palette and sentiment :) Thanks for sharing!

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  43. We all have moments when we're not elated with our results, but persevere we must. Thanks for sharing the technique video.

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