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An Adorable Owl Card from Barb Engler

Hi all!

We are thrilled to have special guest Barb Engler here again today with one more card to inspire you. 

Barb EnglerBarb is a talented stamper with a knack using coloring in her designs and adding extra details. We are sure thrilled to share her work with you! 

This card? We think you'll find it's a real hoot!

You Make Me Smile handmade card by Barb Engler for Technique Tuesday // TechniqueTuesday.comThat's what I am talking about!

Barb created that beautiful background paper with ink. She created the sentiment with the Say It - Smile stamp set and craft dies. Don't you love how the owl stands on the black sentiment strip. Giving a critter something to stand on is a great idea!

And what a beautiful job Barb did coloring in the owl from the Happy Day Owl stamp set. How she added the extra shading along the wing lines really makes him pop.

A big thanks goes out to Barb for sharing her work with us over last few days. To see more of her fabulous cards, check out her blog and her Instagram account.

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Beautiful Floral Cards by Barb Engler

Hi all! You are in for a real treat today! We've got some beautiful cards from special guest, Barb Engler!

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Barb is an incredible stamper with a knack for adding details to her cards. She's also a master at using color. You can find her handmade cards on her blog, as well on her Instagram account. Her body of work is fantastic! By the way, she's also the host of the Simon Says Stamp! Flickr challenge and is just a very kind, big-hearted crafter! We are so happy to share some of her work with you today!

This first card from Barb is sure a stunner.

Lots of Love by Barb Engler for Technique Tuesday // TechniqueTuesday.com

The Coreopsis flowers looks beautiful in purple! Such a great color choice for them! And check out how she gave the flowers some extra dimension by adding a little bit of detail with a white gel pen. Absolute perfection! 

Her card also has some beautiful movement going on with the addition of the three stamped bees (also from the Coreopsis stamp set) and the strategic placement of the five sequins. Awesome!

If you liked that card, you are going to love this second one!

Hi Bouquet handmade card by Barb Engler for Technique Tuesday // TechniqueTuesday.com

Talk about a beautiful job coloring! Barb once again used a white gel pen to give the flowers (from the Hi Bouquet stamp set) a little extra pop. LOVE that. Anyone else anxious to give that a try on their next handmade card?

Another fun idea from Barb is she made her own background paper for this card! She took a gray piece of cardstock and then stamped one of the individual flowers from the Hi Bouquet stamp set all over it. That's a great idea! 

Let's give Barb a big hand!

Be sure to tune in tomorrow! We have one more beautiful card by Barb to share with you! I think you will find it to be a real hoot! Wait. I said too much! Wink! See you Tuesday!

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2017 Spring Fling Mega Sponsor Winners Announced!

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Hi there!

The time has come for the Spring Fling Blog Hop to end! And we are excited to announce the winners of the 2017 Spring Fling Mega Sponsor Blog Hop. Thank you to all who participated! We are so happy that you joined in on the fun.

The winner of the Technique Tuesday e-Gift card is:

Pam Sparks

Congrats, Pam! Teri just sent you an email about your prize!

Not our winner? Be sure to check the blogs of all the other participants to see if you won on one of the other stops! (You can also find a complete winners list here.) And watch for future Mega Sponsor giveaways!

Claim your prizes by Friday, May 17th at midnight. If not claimed by then, the sponsors have the option to choose another winner or void the prizes altogether.

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