Monday, June 13, 2011

Technique Junkies - Stampbooking Blog Hop!

Hi there and welcome! Happy Birthday JANE!! :)

The Technique Junkie Newsletter Designers, along with some very talented Spotlight Stampers, are proud to bring you this special Stampbooking Blog Hop! During this hop the designers will be using techniques from the recently released Stampbooking CD. The CD contains 75 inspiring tutorials in pdf format. As you will see, these tutorials are fun and versatile!

If you arrived here from Donna's Blog, then you are in the right place! If my blog is your first stop along this hop, please start at the beginning by visiting Judy at the Technique Junkies Blog.

When Jane asked me to be a spotlight stamper for the TJNL Stampbooking Blog Hop, I was elated! I was even more thrilled when I saw the Fancy Frames tutorial!! In honor of Father's day, which is this Sunday, I created a masculine layout of my Daddy. I had such a fun time creating my project with this tutorial!

Here is what I came up with....
(For a larger view, click photo)



 

The tutorial is great and I love the way the layout turned out!

To find out how you can get your creative paws on this awesome CD, CLICK HERE!

Be sure to visit all the stops along the hop and leave some love! Last but certainly not least, be sure to leave a comment at Jane's blog, the final stop on our hop, for your chance to win your very own copy of the Technique Junkies Stampbooking CD!! You have until June 17th to hop along and leave your comments to be entered into the random drawing for the prize.

The talented Holly is the next stop on our blog hop! Happy Hopping!
Lost? No worries, here is the complete list of talented designers you will visit on your way.
 
Regan Seifert  (That's Me!)

Have fun and remember to...
POUR YOUR "ART" OUT!!
Regan

Supply List For Live To Ride layout:
Card Stock: Going Gray by Stampin' Up!
Pattern Paper: Times Neaveau and Urban Oasis
Ink: Basic Black and Really Rust by Stampin' Up!
Markers: Basic Gray by Stampin' Up! and Ebony permanent marker by Martha Stewart
Stamps: Numbers Background by I Brake For Stamps, Distressed background by Stampabilities, 
License Plate by Stampology and Motorcycle by Stampin' Up!
Tools: Technique Junkies Stampbooking CD, Distress tool by Stampin' Up!, paint brush, nail file and mini Xyron
Other: Ribbon, paint in Robin Egg blue and black, baby wipe, glimmer mist in Patina, Harvest Orange
 & Graphite and Biscuit Board Letter Bikkies by Delish Upper Case & Numbers (used as mask & template).

19 comments:

Hetty said...

Regan, your page is beautiful and that frame idea I just have to try!

Donna said...

I love this page, Regan, it's perfect. I really need to give that technique a try!

Shelly Hickox said...

This is so dang cool! Perfectly grungy and fits so well with the theme. I'm going to go check this one out on the cd!

Chrissy D said...

FABULOUS page, Regan! Love the grunge look! Thanks for joining us in the TJ Blog Hop!

Holly said...

Oh, grungy fun! Perfect for a masculine page!

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is a wonderful distressed looking scrapbook page and works perfectly with the neat photo too.

Jane Bosi said...

Fantastically fantastic!!! I love this page and am so happy you played along with us. Amazing talent--your dad will love his gift!

Jackie L Watson said...

Loved the distressed look, nicely done.

BarbaraW said...

This is an awesome layout. Your dad will love it.

Beth Norman said...

How awesome. I love the grunge look. I can't do grunge too well and am always envious of those who can. It's nice to see grunge done up in a layout. Thank you for joining us for the blog hop today.

judyjstamper said...

Awesome page Regan - your daddy will surely enjoy this!

MezzoKat said...

Such a great masculine page!

Chris Arlington - Canada said...

Beautiful background and page!

Rusticdiva said...

Captured the masculine effect on this beautiful page. Thanks for sharing

Deana13 said...

Ribbons - I don't think I would have thought of that for a masculine page, but it's perfect!

Michele said...

this is perfect! xo

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- wonderful SB page- what a great overall look- the frame is awesome!

Craftgirl said...

I love your page. That is a great technique.
Carol C

Susan said...

I love the idea of using ribbon for a frame. Genius! Thanks for sharing.