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March 2014

Springing Into Spring with Tobi

Hooray for the first day of Spring!

And hooray for pretty flower cards like this beauty from Tobi Crawford.


Ooh la la!

Tobi stamped the flowers (from the Chrysanthemum - Greenhouse Society stamp set) with watermark ink and then dusted them with color. 

She created the custom sentiment by mixing together a couple words from the set.


Check out Tobi's blog to learn more about her creative process.

The Chrysanthemum - Greenhouse Society stamp set is on sale now and begins shipping around the 25th. We release a new stamp set every month as part of the Greenhouse Society. 


PS. Get $20 off registration for True Stamp 2014 when you use coupon code NOW20 through March 31st. Go here to sign up and to learn more about this fun-filled "stamptastic" event. Technique Tuesday's Bev Grey is one of the teachers!

Let's Blog Hop

It's your lucky day because it is time for the March 2014 Studio AE Blog Hop!

Our Studio AE team has cooked up some amazing ideas for the Wow by Ali Edwards stamp set to share with you. Run (... don't walk...) to the blogs of:

Be sure to leave some love for them as you hop! We'll be picking one person from all the comments left during the hop to win a $25 e-Gift card from Technique Tuesday. The lucky winner will be announced on the 21st on here on the Technique Tuesday blog. 

Happy hopping!


PS. Today (3/17/14) is the last day to use coupon code LOVE to get 50% off  True Stamp 2014. Go here to sign up and to learn more about this fun-filled "stamptastic" event. Technique Tuesday's Bev Grey is one of the teachers!

Story Card Sunday: The Details & Memories

Hello again!

It's Story Card Sunday, and I've got another pocket page-friendly Story Card to share with you.


Not a pocket page scrapbooker? That's OK! This Story Card would also work well on a traditional scrapbook page.

Let me show you how to make one like it.

Start by cutting two base cards with Technique Tuesday's Story Card DIY steel die


Cut one frame with the Hi Banner Card steel die.


Anchor the frame to one of the base cards. Adhere. Set it aside.


Take the second base card and stamp journaling lines on it.


I'm using lines from Technique Tuesday's Travel Log stamp set.

Adhere the first card onto the stamped base card at an angle.


Trim away the excess. You'll end up with something like this.


Finish the card off with a sentiment and a few embellishments. (The words I used are also from the Travel Log stamp set.)


By the way, as I made this Story Card, I made a second one just like it. I just used some different paper and a different word.


Fun, huh?!

I hope to see you again next Sunday!


PS. Looking for a deal on True Stamp 2014? Coupon code LOVE gets you 50% off through Monday, March 17th. Go here to sign up and to learn more about this fun-filled "stamptastic" event.


Green Week: A Happy Card

It is the last day of Green Week, and we are finishing of the fun with a happy card from Ashley Harris!


It is happy indeed!

This card may look simple but Ashley completed it by doing quite a bit of die-cutting and stamping.

The notebook paper is completely handmade! Yep. That's right! She die-cut a white piece of cardstock with our Memo Pad Card steel die. Then she stamped the lines with our College Ruled stamp set.


Boy, I love how it looks!

She created the sentiment by die-cutting the word "happy" with our Say It - Happy steel die. She added some additional words with the coordinating Say It - Happy stamp set.


High 5 on a fantastic card, Ashley!


Greenhouse Society: March Reveal

Hooray! March 15th means a brand new stamp set.

This is the Chrystanthemum - Greenhouse Society stamp set.


The new stamp set begins shipping to Greenhouse Society members around March 25th. Not a Greenhouse Society member but interested in the set? It's on sale now.

Want to know more about the set? Here's a video I put together with more details about the stamp set, as well as a fun and easy marker technique to use with it.

 Birgit Edblom also put together a lovely card with the Chrysanthemum set to share with you today.


I sure love all that purple! 

Tune in on March 25th. We will be back here on the Technique Tuesday blog with some more ideas for the stamp set to share with you!


Green Week: Celebrate Spring

Hooray for Fridays, and hooray for cool cards like this one from Daniela Dobson!

Celebrate spring by Daniela Dobson

How pretty is all that green? I must admit that I just love all the different shades of green she used.

Daniela created the sentiment on her card by stamping a phrase from our Seasons by Ali Edwards stamp set with green ink on white cardstock and then cutting it out with scissors.


If you look really close, you'll see half of a grid card underneath the sentiment. She made it by pairing Technique Tuesday's Grid stamp with our Story Card steel die

Celebrate spring close by Daniela Dobson

Looking good, Daniela!

We will be back Saturday with one last project for Green Week! Hope to see you then.


PS. Who won the Good Luck Seal stamp set from this post? That would be Deborah R. Congrats, Deborah! Teri just sent you an email about your prize.

Green Week: A Green Flag that Rocks!

Hi everyone!

Teri here, and I hope you are enjoying Technique Tuesday's Green Week! I am excited to bring you a card from Tobi Crawford today.

On your mark. Get set. Check it out.

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I just love the green flag Tobi created by pairing together our Flags Are Flying stamp set with our Flags are Flying DIY Steel Dies.


She die-cut the flag and then stamped the flag images on top. She finished it off by wrapping the stamped flag around a toothpick! So cool!

Join us again on Friday for one more inspiring green project.


PS. Looking for a deal on True Stamp 2014? Coupon code LOVE gets you 50% off through March 17th. Go here to sign up and to learn more about this fun-filled "stamptastic" event.

Green Week: A Lot of Green Polka Dots

2. 4. 6. 8.  Wednesday is here, and we've got a Green Week card from Tanis Giesbrecht that we sure appreciate! 

On your mark. Get set. Take a look!


Tanis created the cool look here by stamping the polka dots (from Technique Tuesday's Lots of Dots stamp set) with two different shades of green on her card base. And she even stamped a few polka dots on the star!


This poster can't tell a lie: I sorta kinda love all the polka dots Tanis put on her card! They are just so fun!

Tanis completed her card by stamping a phrase in green... of course! The sentiment she used is from our Rah Rah Sentiments stamp set


Nicely done, Tanis!

We'll be back on Thursday with another fun Green Week project!


Green Week: A Box of Candy Gold

Day 2 of Green Week is here, and we've got a box of goodies from Laura O'Donnell to share with you!

Check. This. Out.


Fun, huh?

Laura turned a die-cut French Fry box into the most adorable treat box for St. Patrick's Day. She filled it up with gold coin candies and gems and then decorated the box with our Good Luck Seal stamp set.


I just love how she cut out the center of the Good Luck Seal and replaced it with a stamped clover. So, so fun!

Speaking of our Good Luck Seal stamp set, would you like to win one to call your very own? Just a leave a comment on this blog post by midnight EST on Thursday, March 13th. I'll pick one of you to a Good Luck Seal stamp set. 


Green Week: A Card From the Heart

Hi all!

With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, it seems like a good time to celebrate with lots of green projects. We'll be sharing a green project every day this week here on the Technique Tuesday blog.

So let's get things started with one totally sweet, totally fantastic card from Linda Barber!


Who would have thought hearts would look good in green? But Linda sure did a great job putting these guys together! 

Linda created her hearts by die-cutting several patterned papers with two of our DIY Steel Dies: Nested Hearts and Heart Card. Then she stacked things together to make the hearts.


What's so cool is that even though the hearts use many of the same die-cut elements, they look totally unique because she used so many different patterned papers. Way to go, Linda!

Turn in tomorrow for another fantastic Green Week project!