Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Technique Junkie RRD Blog Hop - Stop 12

Welcome to Stop #12 on the joint Rogue Redhead and Technique Junkies Blog Hop! You've almost made it now! We are all having loads of fun with the new Technique Junkies' 3D and Fun Folds CD!

The Technique Junkies team has joined us to showcase the numerous great techniques on this new CD. As you may know, the Technique Junkies Newsletter has been publishing rubber stamping technique tutorials since 2002. The 3D and Fun Folds CD contains 70 step-by-step technique tutorials in PDF format – perfect dimensions, perfect directions and great pictures for every step. Visit www.techniquejunkies.com for more details about the CD and the Technique Junkie Newsletter.

A fantastic group of design team members from both Rogue Redhead Designs and the Technique Junkie Newsletter, have helped put together this fabulous Blog Hop to kick off the 3D and Fun Folds CD. Not only will the talented Technique Junkies team be hopping with the Rogue Crew today, they started hopping yesterday with Classy Cards N' Such and will be hopping again all the way through Friday one day each with PaperTemptress, Mark's Finest Papers, and Sweet n' Sassy Stamps. Check the The Technique Junkie Newsletter Blog for more details.

After visiting me, you can head off to see Pat Huntoon at The Technique Trail for your next stop.

For my project, I used the 4-Panel Card technique. I love how quick and easy this card went together and how, even with extra embellishment, it still folds flat for mailing!

For mine, I couldn't seem to stop playing and setting up different but simple scenes for each side of the card. I used some coordinating designer paper, some Rogue Redhead images and sentiments, a couple of copic markers and a little ribbon and, voila, I had a beautiful "thinking of you" card to send to a friend or family member.

Here are all the panels!

Stamps: little girl from Beach Babes, fern from Floriculture
and sentiment from Bits and Pieces.

Stamps: lily of the valley and sentiment from Floriculture

Stamps: swingers and sentiment from Relish Reading

Stamps: cosmos bud and sentiment from Floriculture

If you get lost along the way, here's the whole list of hop stops for your convenience.

1. The Technique Junkie Newsletter Blog

2. Rogue Redhead Designs Blog

3. Jackie Kalchert

4. Beverly G., Rogue Crew

5. Jean Franks Beck, Rogue Crew

6. Holly Brown

7. Jane Bosi

8. Laura Liddell, Rogue Crew

9. Joanne Wardle, Rogue Crew

10. Chris Dickinson

11. Stephanie Severin, Rogue Crew

12. Sharon Briss, Chief Rogue

13. Pat Huntoon

Have fun along the way!

On Saturday, December 3, Pat from the Technique Junkie Newsletter will announce the winners from each company. Be sure to hop along on each day! There will be FIVE WINNERS! On Monday, December 5th, Pat will announce ONE LUCKY WINNER with a GRAND PRIZE with a bundle of prizes from all of the participating businesses.

If you have been following along already you should have come from Stephanie Severin's blog.

If you are only starting here, please head back to the Technique Junkie Newsletter Blog and go from there.

You won't want to miss any stops along the way – in order to win you will need to comment on everyone’s blog AND Pat Huntoon's blog. There will be an additional chance to win by playing along in her Blog Hop!

Don't forget to check out Rogue Redhead's 1st Anniversary Sale! The whole RRD store is on sale with great deals on individual unmounted rubber stamp plates and fabulous bargains on our collection bundles.

Play our Rebel Challenges for a chance to win an RRD store voucher!

44 comments:

  1. Love how you have used the stamps with the extra elements on the sheets. Looks fantastic. I can see what you mean about being difficult to photograph.

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  2. WOW! I love you added the hanging circle on this! I found it challenging to photograph too, but you did a beautiful job! Way to go!!! Thank you for participating in the Blog Hop Shar! Have a wonderful day!

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  3. I so LOVE this! Great images you used on the card. Love the colors and everything. TFS! I've missed swapping with you ;)

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  4. Beautiful! My favorite is the one with the children in the swing! TFS

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  5. what a terrific card and I do love the way you made each side of the card a perfect scene.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  6. This would be a great card for my friend who loves gardening.
    I like it alllll.

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  7. This card idea is just too cute! The hanging circle adds the right touch.

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  8. Beautiful card. Love the images and the coloring. Beautiful work.

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  9. how very pretty and different

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  10. Wow, love the scenes on each side of the card. Very nice.

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  11. Your four panel card is beautiful. It's a great way to showcase your beautiful images.

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  12. Such a beautiful design and great scenes you have created.

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  13. Did you hear my sharp intake of breath when I saw that? It is just beautiful.


    Carey Rogers
    aka Roscoe's mommy (the swap eating dog) pedstamper at sbc global dot net

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  14. I really like this unique folding idea!

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  15. Such nice samples of this 3D card. Thank you!

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  16. Wow, that's a wonderful piece of art.

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  17. Oh my, what a beautiful card! I love the different panels and that sun hanging in the center!

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  18. Very pretty card, Thanks so much for the hop and all the inspirational projects
    Hugs Julie P

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  19. Beautiful Card. I love your take on this. Just a wonderful card.

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  20. These cards a fabulous what more to say!!!

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  21. Wonderful project. Love the vintage look. Going to have to pull out my CD and look at this one.

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  22. lovely card - the images are very sweet - perfect for this.
    Sandra ltb

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  23. Beautiful 4 paneled card! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. Lovely card -- I really like how you hung the disk in the opening.

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  25. Sharon, this is gorgeous! I love each panel and how you created a little picture vignette with each.

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  26. What an awesome card!! Great job

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  27. Love that sweet little sun ... awesome.

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  28. What a great card to send to a special someone. Love this 4 panel card design. Thanks for sharing.
    Marsha E

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  29. I love this type of card and yours is LOVELY!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  30. Love this type of card and yours is LOVELY!!

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  31. That is a really neat design. Very effective.
    Thanks,
    Bonnie S
    stampin-ak at gci dot net

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  32. Great project - each side is atreasure!!!

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  33. THIS IS SO VERY COOL! I will be treating myself to the CD after the holidays, I can't wait!
    I love your reading stamps, so i might just be treating myself to them as well.

    Everyone buying these kindles etc. do not realize they are going to be destroying books, and ruins the lives of Printers!

    Hitler burned books, I treasure them!

    I take it you must treasure them as well to make such a fine set of stamps related to them!

    Wonderful creation :) thanks for sharing it with us.
    Susan

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  34. Love the way all the panels of your card are related. Makes the whole thing flow.
    R/

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  35. Gorgeous 4 panel card- wow- you really rocked the hop!!! I love the images!

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  36. wonderful elements in your card Thanks for the eyecandy

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  37. Oh I'm going to have to try this project out! Really very pretty!

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  38. Whoa, what, how did I almost miss this blog hop??

    That's it, Shar, I'm holding you personally responsible . . . ;)

    Fun techniques, and sweet RRD images---I'll go start at the beginning now!

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  39. Terrific card, love how you used the stamps.

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