Friday, March 9, 2012

Technique Junkie Stampin Companion CD Blog Hop



Welcome to your second stop on the Stampin Companion Blog Hop. You should have arrived here from Judy's blog .I have had some camera problems so if need be, click on the photos for a better view. This is just one of 70 tutorials on the Stampin Companion CD. The CD was made exclusively for using Stampin Up products, but we all want to show the versatility of the techniques on this most creative CD. Use your SU stamps and products or your other favorite stamps and products as you see here. I have made the Accordion Pop Up card which is a gift all by itself and a really fun card to make. I know my granddaughter Grace will love this birthday card when she turns 6 at the end of the month. Did you notice the pockets on the two center panels of the card? Great for secret messages, LOL!The most prominent stamps used on this card are from Lili of the Valley in the UK.I hope you are ready to leave a comment and be entered in the random drawing to win your choice of any two Technique Junkies CDs. What a generous prize that is for the lucky winner. For those of you that have TJ's newsletters or CDs leave a comment about your favorite technique if you like.Here is the Blog Hop list . Please visit each Blog and leave a comment. You should have been to Judy's Blog first, then mine and your next stop is Donna's blog. Good Luck!









Pat Huntoon http://patstamps.blogspot.com/

46 comments:

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PTW said...

Neat card

Claudine C. said...

Beautiful cards, I love the technique!!

stampqueen said...

Adorable card - looks fun to make too!!!

Lucky Charm Crafts by Lynn Barwald said...

Such fun cards, Jackie! I LOVE my TJ specialty CDs.. I use them all of the time! Lynn B

stamping sue said...

what a great folded card. I'm always on the look out for fun cards and this is one.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Designing with Debbie said...

Super cute card. I love the design and colors.

Patti J said...

Oh my goodness - how cute! Thanks for sharing :)

Niki said...

Too cute, your granddaughter will love it!

Phyllis Freese said...

What fun to make a card with pockets!

BarbaraW said...

Great card. Love the fold on this one.

Karen R. said...

Hello Jackie! You always have wonderful cards/techniques to share! I love the cupcake card and I didn't realize there were"pockets" what a cool way to hide a little cash or gift card?? How did you make the cupcake on the front? I have ALL the TJ CDs up until about 2-3 years ago (i haven't been able to play d/t circumstances beyond my control), anyhow, it is so hard to pick a "favorite" technique!! Thank you for sharing! -- ;) Karen R.

Priscilla said...

Great card! I am always looking for a "different fold" card. My absolute favorite techniques are Faux DP and the new masked layers. There are so many more that I frequently go back and retry. Thanks for all the inspiration on todays hop. I do not have this cd yet but after today it will be on my wish list!

Celeste said...

Such a cute card! Can't wait to use the CD!

Shelley said...

Wow, that is one amazing card! Lot's of work, but well worth it.

Anonymous said...

Cool, cool card. Yes, a Year old would love this card. Even a 65 Year old would love the card. I would use it and tuck some cash in those pockets.

Thank you,
Gayle
gaylememories@sbcglobal.net

Lisa Stewart said...

Such cute cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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Karen McAlpine said...

Really fun pop-up! Your granddaughter will love it!!

Cindy DeSpain said...

Pretty neat card...have not seen that fold before. Do you have to have special tools?

KarenBeavers said...

I really like this card with the little fold down parts. Will have to look at the CD closer.

Lisa Somerville said...

Such a cute birthday greeting!

Barbara "Bo" Trommer said...

very cute - thanks for sharing!

Ginni said...

If your granddaughter doesn't want her card, I'll take it! Cute, cute, cute!

Ginni

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a cool card- love the layout- that one is on my long list to try! Fun Hop!

Mary Strauser said...

Love your card will have to try this one. I already bought the CD just have to get the time to play

Gill said...

Love the card and your blog too, don't know to much about the cd so will have to look into that

Shirl said...

Really like your accordian card. Neat ideas on this blog.

Ali Manning said...

This is gorgeous - your granddaughter will be thrilled!

Sandra said...

she will love it - what fun!
Sandra ltb

inkedx2 said...

This is adorable. I love the pop ups but the card fold is also a surprise.

Sue D said...

Very fun fold--I like the pockets.

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Carla said...

Hello Jackie,

What an unusual kind of card, I like it very much. Have not seen it this way.
Think you granddaughter will love it.

Vickie Kertz said...

Absolutely adorable. Love the folds.

itzamitzi said...

Just too 'sweet'! I love the frosting on the cupcake. I also have enough birthday stamps that I could make something like this, so I'd better get the cd.
Mitzi

Cheryl S. said...

How wonderful- love the intricate folds and the secret message pocket!

Anonymous said...

I've never seen this type of card before, definitely a must try. thanks for sharing.

carolyn s

ceashark at aol dot com

Holly said...

The cupcake looks like you could actually eat it. Awesome cards!

Catherine Kraft said...

What a fun card and one that would be fun to receive!! I don't own any TJ CD's YET.....but would love to get some. I'm playing with the Zen Stamping right now. It's fun and relaxing.
catherinesangels@yahoo.com

Chrissy D said...

WOW! What a cool card, love the way it opens!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a fun technique

Patty

pkellogg42 at yahoo.com

Scrapalajen aka Jen said...

Oh my, this is wonderful! I'm sure your granddaughter will be ecstatic about this card! Would love the how-to's on this one too!

lilscrappers said...

Love this! Hmm, favourite technique? I never remember the names :) Duotone resist is one go to. and there is a stringing along one from the same newsletter that I love :)