Welcome to the first-ever Technique Tuesday blog hop!
I’m a Stamping Tech for Technique Tuesday, and I have the pleasure of kicking off the first-ever Technique Tuesday Blog Hop.
Today, all of the Stamping Techs and some of our best friends are teaming up to hold this blog hop to share one of our favorite projects made with Technique Tuesday’s stamps .
The hop begins here on my blog.
I’ll be linking to a designer’s blog at the end of this post. She’ll be linking to another designer’s blog and so on.
I’ll list all of the players below so please check it out if you get lost along the way.
With every comment you leave on the blog path, you’ll be entered to win a Pocket Full of Posies stamp set from Technique Tuesday.
I will pick one person from all the comments made on all the blogs by midnight Eastern time on 1/24 to win the stamp set. So the more comments you make during the blog hop, the better chance you have to win.
Be sure to check my blog (this blog) on 1/25 to see if you are the lucky winner.
Here’s the project I worked up for today’s blog hop.
I used two Technique Tuesday stamp sets on it: Thanks for Everything and Simply You by Ali Edwards.
I colored the flowers with watercolors and then applied a layer of marble gel from Golden to them. The gel adds just a little shine and just a little bit of texture. Great fun for flowers.
The next stop on this hop is the blog of the wonderful and talented Sharyn! You can get to her blog by clicking here. Take it away, Sharyn!
Just in case you get lost on the hop today, here is our Blog Hop’s path:
The blog hop starts at here on my blog.
Teri (that’s me) links to Sharyn
Sharyn links to Tanis
Tanis links to Kathi
Kathi links to Tiffany
Tiffany links to Tobi
Tobi links to Laura
Laura links to Stephanie
Stephanie links to Ashley
Ashley links to Charlene
Charlene links to Kris
Kris links to Daniela
Daniela links to Teri (that’s me!)
Thanks all for joining our hop today! And thanks for stopping by my blog, too!
107 thoughts on “Technique Tuesday Blog Hop (1-20)”
Thanks for the inspiration!
Good Morning Teri! Love your card! The marble gel looks great on your flowers.
your flowers are so purty!
Very cool technique you used on the stamped flowers! Thanks for sharing!
Love how cute this simple card is – now I’m think how great this idea translates to a page layout. Hmmm…
I love how those flowers turned out…very pretty. I’m going to have to check out that marble gel!
As usual simple and pretty
Love this card my friend!!
These are gorgeous! Love the depth the gel adds!
I really like this. So bright and pretty.
I made it all the way through. Thanks for a wonderful hop – I am truly inspired!
Love the simplicity and colors of this card!! And one of my favorite saying as well…….
Lovely card–I love the bright cheery colors you chose for the colors
That marble gel looks like fun! I really like the extra texture it added to your card.
What lovely flowers!! And I’ve never, ever seen Technique Tuesday stamps before….. and yes, I live in the middle of nowhere in Canada. I must check out the site. 🙂
Oh this is so sweet Teri You make ME smile 🙂
Great card. I really love the texture and “oomph” that the marble gel adds.
Now I need to get some of that. *sigh* You really are just such a terrific enabler.
Lovely card!! Love the effect of the marble gel.
What a cute card…I really enjoy your blog.
So cute, Teri! I love that sentiment and your CAS design!
Hi Teri!! Fabby card…that marble gel is so cool looking!! I love the sentiment you used!! HUGS, Amy:)
Love the card! The colors are great!
Well I made it all the way back around the hop to you!! Wow, everyone’s cards were just amazing! Some completely blew me away! Gorgeous work, I was so glad I found the hop!! Totally rocks, and now I have to check out Technique Tuesday! Thanks for a fabulous hop!! HUGS, Amy:)
Love the flowers. Not heard of marble gell. It really brings out the flowers colors.
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love your cad Teri!! AND that adorable flower set is also awesome!! I would use and abuse it!! 😉
Very cute, I am a Technique Tuesday junkie…I have binders full of your stamps Love love love them… Off to hop 🙂
Great card. Love the stamp. Will check out the other blogs as well. You might want to fix the typo in your blog post. I think the word “of” should be “off” in the second sentence.
What a bright and cheerful card!
Love the whole card!
Very pretty flowers and a pretty card.
I have now come full circle in the blog hop, it was amazing and very inspriational. Hope to see lots more from Technique Tuesday.. I so love your stamps. All you ladies are very talented.
beautiful love the way you colored the flowers!!!!
hohoho MERRY CHRISTMAS… Oh wait that was last month, no seriously, cute project and I love that the flowers are different colors, most wouldn’t bother
I just did the tour and well I have to say…..everyone rocked this hop! Thanks for organizing it GF! It was a blast and I enjoyed every minute and being part of it! Love your card. That flower is one of my fav’s. I just used it on my nieces b-day card!
Love your card!!
Sweet card Teri! Thanks for sharing!
Love this card!
Love those flowers & the gems are perfect.
I haven’t seen the gel that you used. But, I think that I NEED it. Beautiful card.
Oh fun! I love the Pocket Full of Posies stamps-so versatile:) Thanks for the chance to win now I’m off to check out everyone’s blog!
Cute card. I have never heard or used marble gel before. Thanks so much for the tip and idea.
PS-your card is great-I like that you used watercolors instead of Copics and love the AE sentiment:)
What a fabulous card! Those flowers really stand out againts the white background.
Just did the whole blog hop…I am inspired by all the talent these girls possess!! Beautiful cards and some layouts too-just wonderful work. Thanks for having this blog hop and the chance to win a stamp set.
So simple but really lovely, Teri. Thanks x
Love your creation! Thanks for the inspiration!
awesome card! I love blog hops & technique tuesday – what a great way to spend a cold evening!
I love TT stamps and your card is great.
sweet card… the colors, the flowers, the gel treatment, and love the sentiment! love the posies, too–line drawings are my favorites! thanks ~k
Hi Teri – I left a comment at the start of the blog, but just wanted to say a big THANK YOU and hope this is the first of many hops. x
Great card. I love the colors and the two stamp sets used.
This is FABULOUS! I love the bright colors!
…just finished the blog hop… thanks so much for offering it! i found so many things that i just LOVE and MUST order or case! what a talented group, too! thanks, again, for the fun! ~k
Love those flowers!
Love your card! The flowers are great. I’ve never heard of marble gel before. Looks like fun!
Excellent…a TT Blog HOP! Whoohoo! Love it.
Nice touch with the gel!
your CARD makes me smile! looking forward to hopping!
LOVE the effect of that gel!! And that colour scheme is just awesome.
I love the waterspouts with the marble gel!
I love the simplicity of the flowers and the clean and graphic design of the card. Love the gel, too, that’s a new one to me. Looks like fun.
The gel is awesome and adds just the right amount of texture to the card. J
Very beautiful but simple card. Thanks for sharing!
beautiful flowers…this will be fun!
That gel looks fabulous!
I like those stamps very much, and what you did was cute. I love watercolor flowers, and that gel does give it oomph.
Lovely shiny flowers!
Simple but powerful…love the marble gel on your flowers.
beautiful card, thanks for sharing;-))m
Lovely. Great C&S card that packs a lot of punch. Great job.
Beautiful cards Teri and great set to win…..off to see all the lovelies…..
your card makes me smile
love what you’ve done with marble gel on your flowers, teri!
the marble looks really cool!
I love this card – very simple, clean lines. Love your choice of colors and will definitely have to check out that gel!
I really like how you mimicked the flower colours with the jewels at the bottom. That’s a great idea.
Such a pretty card Teri! This is an interesting technique..one I don’t think I’ve seen before. Love that shine!!!
Very fun and friendly card!
Great card! I’m going to have to try that gel.
I just saw Donna Downey use that stuff on an inspiration page the other day – why do you do these things to me – Now I want some too – I could resist when Donna had it but now that you’ve used it I may have to break down and buy it too!! You are an enabler!
Teri, you are amazing! I love this card!
Very nice cards. Thanks for sharing
I loved you’r bloghop.(especially because my computer crashed and I lost all of my favourite websides, so this gives me a chance to catch up!!)
I Love the card and colors you used.
Very cheery card–love the marble gel.
Very pretty! Thanks for sharing 🙂
I like your card, thanks for sharing
This is such a lovely card. I love how you did the flowers. Keep up the great work =)
Cute card. As usual love your design.
Such a pretty card – I love the texture on the flowers!
Love that Ali Edwards text.
Love the flowers
Wow, I just finished the blog hop! There were so many wonderful creations! I loved that everyone linked to the stamp sets so that I could see what stamps they used and I was introduced to so many new sets that I now want to own!!! 🙂 I found your blog hop from Daniela’s blog, I am so glad she has started doing design work for Technique Tuesday so that I can see what you guys have to offer. I have seen some really great work. Thanks for having the ‘hop’, and for the chance to win.
well tyvm! great hop! so many pretty cards to see and awesome blogs…i appreciate knowing these places now…and I adore these stamsp! good luck all! luv your blog! and your cards
Love your crisp clean designs. So fun.
That is one impressive flourish and makes for a great card!
Such a pretty card and I love the flourish.
The flowers are putting me in the mood for Spring. Love it.
Thanks for sharing.
Love your sweet card! The gel on top of the flowers is very cool looking!
I really love this card. You show off the flourish so beautifully, with just the right touches!
Love the card…beautiful like they always are 🙂