Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

Hi all!

Welcome to the first-ever Technique Tuesday Studio AE Blog Hop!
Today, I’m joining Technique Tuesday’s Studio AE team and Ali Edwards to show off some projects we made with April’s Studio AE stamp set.
The new stamp set from Ali and Technique Tuesday is called, “It’s in the Details by Ali Edwards.”
The set consists of 13 clear stamps. The set works great for scrapbook pages as well as cards.
The set ships to Studio AE members between the 10th and the 15th. Non-Studio AE members can also purchase the set for a limited time through the Technique Tuesday Web site. Some retailers are also now offering the Studio AE stamp sets for purchase. Check with your favorite retailer for more details about that.

Enough talk about the set. Let’s get on with a project made with it.

I decided to make a mini book with it.

Rather than show you the whole book, I’m going to show you a few pages of it.😉

All the stamped words in the book are from the stamp set.

Here’s the cover.

And here’s another page from it.

These are some of my friends during a trip to beach wedding last year. Again, the stamped phrase here is from the stamp set.

And here’s another page.

I used a white pencil throughout the whole book to color in some of the words. I thought it was nice way to keep the words from blending too much into the patterned paper.

The book also opens up vertically in a few places. Here’s one of those pages.

Just in case you are wondering, here’s a final view of what the book looks like all opened up. 😉

Please check out the blogs of Ali and all of Technique Tuesday’s Studio AE team members taking part in today’s blog hop to see more ways to use the new set.






Teri (that’s me!)

Leave a comment on one or all of their blogs by Midnight PST on April 12th. We’ll pick two people from comments received on all six of the blogs to receive the You Always Know by Ali Edwards stamp set from Technique Tuesday.

The more comments you leave, the better chance you have to win.
The winners will be announced on the Technique Tuesday Facebook Fan page on April 13th so be sure to check it out.
Thanks for stopping by our blogs today and for taking part in the hop!

216 thoughts on “Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

  1. Great book!! I only have one set of Ali Edwards stamps..but I LOVE it!! I use it very often…thanks for the chance to win another!

  2. LOVE AE and was just suggesting to my local shop owner yesterday that we start a 6×6″ scrapbook using her stamp sets! thanx for the inspiration and blog candy opp!

  3. Wonderful book! That photo of the ship hull took me back to the time when WE went to the Oregon Coast and I took a picture of the same ship. 🙂

  4. what a great mini book, love your use of the green painters tape and the stamps worked perfectly for your book!🙂

  5. I love your minibook. Its playful and serious at the same time. The black and white photos are so striking. Love the use of color and white pencil. Its a treasure to be sure. Congratulations.

  6. What a cute mini book. Love the slices of photos and strips of paper, works perfectly together. Thanks for a chance to win.

  7. I love the color scheme you used for your book and the white pencil used to color in some words is perhaps my favorite part!

  8. I love this idea of a ‘blog hop’! I get so much out of seeing how 6 people take the same stamp set and find different and unique ways to use it…very clever! I wonder what I will come up with? Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win more awesome stamps!

  9. Very cool mini book! I love to make mini books so LOVE to see other people’s books!! Thanks for sharing! AE makes great stamps!! I’d love to win some!
    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  10. Wow, your scrapbook makes me wish that not only am I a lucky winner, but that someday I am lucky enough to visit the beautiful Oregon coast!

  11. Wow! I love the green tape! Was it painter’s tape?? I love th white pencil idea, looks great! I love the acordian book & how some pages flip down! I would love to see how you put this book together!! Tutorial??!! But I’d settle for a quick how to in a response.😉

  12. Another cutie little mini album. Love the words and photos approach. Great black and white photos with lots of yummy colored backgrounds, and simple stamped and typewritten words. This is my kind of project!!

  13. I love the colour combination in your mini & the use of the “green” tape, along with the Technique Tuesday stamps. It’s beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. Awesome! This is a great way for me to think outside the box and print some b&w photos! I love the contrast with the bold colors in the patterned paper. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Love the mini books. Did you take the pics with a Instax Camera. I would really love one of them…so cute! The reviews are mixed. Do you love yours or????? Very nice little mine book…thanks for sharing.

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  18. What a cute album! I love the cute little touches added on each page. My favorite part, the tape on each photo!

  19. I like the way the white pencil is so subtle, yet you can’t miss it’s effect of just bringing out the words from the background, just enough. Its not overpowering like a white gel pen would have been. really nice effect!

  20. Cute mini book and all about our beautiful Oregon coast. I even know where some of those photos were taken! Thanks for sharing!

  21. Love your mix of textures and patterns. Great idea to color in the lettering with pencil; just enough color to stand out.

  22. I agree, would love to see a tutorial on this stunning album! I’m so curious to find out if that’s Coredinations cardstock, or if the texture is from the album itself. Anyways, beautiful colors, love the use of the white pencil!

  23. You blog hopper participants are very talented…loved them all…definately bookmarking each of you for great scrapping ideas.

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  25. I love your mini book too! This blog hop was awesome, I really had a good time looking at everyone’s creativity with Ali’s stamps.

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