Project Inspiration | Technique Junkies August 2021 New Stamp Release

Today I am sharing a look at several projects created with the new August 2021 New Release Stamp Collection from Technique Junkies!

These are THE PERFECT stamps to compliment the stamps you already own!

All of the new release stamps are 15% OFF through July 8th! Use the code TJ10ERIN to get 10% off the rest of your order at techniquejunkies.com!

“Wildflower Hiking Boots” and “World Reveals Itself”

After I played with the stamps and made several projects, I realized that almost ALL of my projects this month featured vellum. I didn’t intend to do this; it just kind of happened. And I thought, sometimes people might forget about using vellum in their projects.

So I made a video highlighting this easy way to make lovely cards. If you have never tried using vellum (or if you haven’t used it in a while), check out my video tutorial HERE:

For more project inspiration, hop along and visit the other Technique Junkies Design Team blogs! Such beautiful creations!

Technique Junkies Blog

Pam

Erin *YOU ARE HERE!*

Holly

Patti

Tracy

Beth

Pat

Don’t forget…

All of the new release stamps are 15% OFF through July 8th! PLUS, use the code TJ10ERIN to get 10% off the rest of your order at techniquejunkies.com! Enjoy!

COMPLETE SUPPLY LIST (including links) to products used:

August 2021 NEW RELEASE STAMPS by Technique Junkies
Enough
Wildflower Hiking Boots
Life’s Little Blessings
Tennis Racquet Patent
Tennis Sentiments Set of 3
Patience Tested
Leopard Set of 6
Lighthouse on Cliff
World Reveals Itself
August 2021 “Gotta Have It All Bundle” – all 14 new release stamp sets ($105)
Beautiful Strength (African woman stamp)
More Fabulous (woman in hat stamp)
Shimmering Bliss Spray (Dolphin Cove) (used in blue tennis racquet card)
Vellum
VersaMark Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Distress Oxide Ink by Ranger
Archival Ink by Ranger
Leopard-print embossing folder (from my stash)
White Embossing Powder by Ranger
Raven Embossing Powder by Brutus Monroe
Metallic/Colored Embossing Powders by Stampin’ Up!
Patterned Paper by Craft O’Clock

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Card Inspiration | Angel With Wings | Sandpaper Road

Stamps and Sprays by Technique Junkies

Today I am sharing a card I made using three different stamp sets to create one unique project. This project does involve some fussy-cutting, but if you follow my work, you know I don’t mind to spend time with my scissors!

I used Memento Tuxedo Black Ink to stamp the “Crowned In Curls” stamp and colored in the image with Spectrum Noir Markers. Then, I fussy cut the image of the girl only. I stamped the “Big Feathered Wings” with light gray dye ink and colored in with markers, as well. I cut out the wings and used “Shimmering Bliss Iridescent Topper Spray” to give the wings a little shimmer.

I sprayed “Shimmering Bliss Dolphin Cove” on a piece of plain white cardstock, then die cut a circle to use behind the angel. I stamped the “Heaven in Our Hearts” stamp with dye ink and die cut a circle. For the background panel, I used an embossing folder to create the de-bossed flowers and then spattered a little Distress Oxide ink over the top. Three drops of Nuvo White Drops finish off my project.

Don’t Forget…

Save 10% on your next order at Technique Junkies with coupon code TJ10ERIN

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Natural Hair | Card Inspiration | Sandpaper Road

I continue to be inspired by the gorgeous African American stamps by Technique Junkies! I love the unique images, the versatility, and of course the red rubber stamp itself! Today, I’m sharing two card varieties I created using the “Boring Hair” stamp set by Technique Junkies and 2 different paper collections by Craft O’Clock.

This stamp is part of the July 2021 New Release from Technique Junkies. If you are interested in this stamp (or any others from techniquejunkies.com) use coupon code TJ10ERIN to save 10% off your order!

The first card I made was fairly simple. I stamped the image and colored it with the new tan Spectrum Noir 3-in-1 marker trio. I used the “Twinkle of Sunrise” patterned paper collection for the card panel, flower embellishments, and chipboard tag. And I adhered everything on an A2-sized card base.

For my second card, I stamped the image and colored it much the same way as the first card. This time, however, I stamped again after I colored it. I used the Enamel and Embossing Powder Fluid Dauber by Sweet Stamps/Piccolo to apply embossing ink only parts of the hair. Then, I added Enchanted Aubergine Enamel Powder also by Sweet Stamps/Piccolo to really give the hair a multi-colored, shimmery embossed boost!

I die cut my stamped embossed image with a “Label Rectangle Stitched Die” from Creek Bank Creations. The card panel and floral embellishments are all part of the “Plum in Chocolate” paper collection by Craft O’Clock.

I love using patterned paper and embellishments in my creations, and Craft O’Clock paper is my favorite. It is made in Poland, but you can find it in the USA at the Sandpaper Road Shop!

Thank you for looking!

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SUPPLY LIST
Boring Hair Stamp by Technique Junkies
Plum in Chocolate Paper Collection by Craft O’Clock
Twinkle of Sunrise Paper Collection by Craft O’Clock
Fluid for Enamel Powders & EPs (dauber) by Sweet Stamps/Piccolo
Enamel Powder ENCHANTED AUBERGINE by Sweet Stamps/Piccolo
Spectrum Noir 3-in-1 Marker (tan)
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Label Rectangle Stitched Dies by Creek Bank Creations
Stamping Platform of your choice (I use the Tim Holtz one, but it is discontinued)

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