Saturday, September 22, 2018

Studio Katia September 2018 Release Blog Hop + Two Many Cards Video Series


Hello and welcome to the Studio Katia September 2018 Release Blog Hop! You should have arrived from Ilda Dias' blog and your next stop is Kalyn Kepner's blog. Kalyn and I are super excited to be participating in this release hop as part of our Two Many Cards Video Series.



I'm showcasing Holiday Village, Dotted Shaker Tag 3 and Trimmings Borders, as well as Silver Polka Fusion Sequins and Classic Christmas Confetti Sequins.


All three of my projects feature images and sentiments from Holiday Village. The shaker tags were created with Dotted Shaker Tag 3 and I used Trimmings Borders for the hills on the first tag and card.


The two tags feature the 3mm Crystal Clear Sequins and brand new Silver Polka Fusion Sequins. The card features the brand new Classic Christmas Confetti Sequins with Gold Crystal Sequins, both of which were adhered using the fabulous new glue.


The frame for the card was made using dies from Dotted Patterns Set 1. All of the sponging and watercolouring was done with distress inks and colours are linked below.


GIVEAWAYS:
Studio Katia is giving away TWO $50 CAD gift certificates on each day of the Hop and winners will be chosen from the comments left on all blogs of the Hop. There will also be a $25 CAD gift certificate offered at each stop of the Blog Hop. Kalyn and I are giving away one $50 CAD gift certificate on EACH of our YouTube channels so be sure to stop there and leave some love! Be sure to leave all comments by 11:59pm EST on Friday, September 28, 2018. All winners will be announced on September 30, 2018 on the Studio Katia Blog.

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Thanks so much for hopping with us! Your next stop is Kalyn Kepner!

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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Christmas Blog Hop with Technique Tuesday


Hello and welcome to our Mini Christmas Blog Hop! Technique Tuesday released new Christmas Products in August and September and more festive products will be released in October and November!


I'm featuring the adorable and whimsical Christmas Birds stamp set and coordinating dies. This set is on the smaller side at 3" x 4" so I made three very different cards to show its versatility.


Now that I have Cars on the Road, I had to pair it up with Christmas Birds. I cut off the back window to make a convertible and cut out an extra wing to place on the outside, as if the bird is feeling the breeze.


All of the images on these cards were coloured with Copic markers and the colours are all listed below. I coloured the car with Copic markers to match the blues on the other cards. The wheels and road were die cut with glitter cardstock. I also curved the sentiment to follow the shape of the road die.


My second card features a group of carollers and their little music book is from Planner Bookworm. I added a little gold bow to one of the carollers to match the gold wheels on the car from the previous card.


This card features a few more layers than I normally use but I love the red frame against the black and white stripes.


My third card brings in the sleigh full of gifts as well as the harness, which was used on the first card to represent speed or exhaust from the car. I used just the single curved die from Cars on the Road to create the glittery snow hills.


I used a snowfall embossing folder to create visual interest at the top of the card. I didn't have the exact shade of ink to match the Copic markers so I overlapped two different blues to create the perfect shade. I used this same technique for the red sentiment on the first card.


PRIZES: Technique Tuesday is giving away a $20 gift certificate to one lucky winner who leaves a comment along the way! The more you comment, the greater your chances of winning. Comments will close on September 20, 2018 and the winner will be announced on the Technique Tuesday Blog on September 22, 2018.


Thanks so much for hopping with us today! Be sure to visit all of my teammates for amazing holiday inspiration.

Emily {you are here}Kymona {go here next} |

Please head over to Kymona's blog to see her gorgeous project!

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