July Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

Hello, hello!

Woot! Woot! It’s the 10th!

That means it is Studio AE Blog Hop time. Welcome to the next stop on the July Studio AE Blog Hop!

If you haven’t seen the new Studio AE stamp set from Technique Tuesday, here’s a peek.

The new set is called “Get Outside by Ali Edwards.” It ships to Studio AE members between the 10th and the 15th. It is also available for a limited time on Technique Tuesday web site for purchase by non-Studio AE members. And I hear it will be landing soon on Two Peas and at other retailers.😉

I decided this month to make a card for the Blog Hop with the stamp set.

Meet my project for the hop.

I’ve been making quite a few mini books lately with the Studio AE stamp sets so it was fun to do something in card form this time.

The bird and the words are from the new stamp set.

I made the box of birds by masking. Here’s a play by play of how I did it:

1. First, I used sticky notes to mask off a box on a piece of cardstock.

2. Then, I stamped one row of birds.

3. Then, I kept doing it again and again with different colors. Notice that I did stamp not just in the square but on the sticky note, too.

4. Finally, I removed the sticky notes. The end result was a nifty box of birds.

Be sure to check the blogs of all the players in today’s hop.


Linda Barber (July’s Studio AE Guest)





Teri(<—– that would be me!)

From all the comments received on all 7 blogs, we will pick 2 people to win the Smooch by Ali Edwards stamp set.

You will also want to stop by the Technique Tuesday blog to see a special project and post from Bev, founder and CEO of Technique Tuesday.  Leave a comment there for Bev about the blog hop and she will pick one person to win the A Date with Ali stamp set.

All comments must be made by midnight July 12th PST to be eligible for a chance to win.

Tune into the Technique Tuesday blog on  July 13th to see if you are one of the lucky winners.

 That’s all for now. See you again soon!
Thanks for stopping by.

164 thoughts on “July Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

  1. I really like this stamp. Thank you for the stamping masking idea – so simple and I can’t wait to try it out. thanks.

  2. OK. That’s it! I need this stamp set!! What a cute, cute, cute card!!!! I love the birdies! I love the sentiment! I NEED this stamp set…that’s all there is to it! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  3. Ahh…super cute card Teri! Love the bright colors you used on it, and the great little tutorial you shared with us! Fantastic!

  4. Thanks so much for the tutorial on masking and stamping. I’m going to give that a try. Your card is adorable. That bird stamp is too cute!

  5. That is such a cool idea with the sticky notes…wow…thanks!! Can’t wait to use that idea! Love the get outside stamps are great!

  6. Thanks for the detailed explanation on creating your fun card. The multiple bright birds definitely get the message across!

  7. I love your card too. The technique instructions are so useful. I was wondering what I was going to do with the bird stamp before I saw your idea.

  8. I keep trying to become a “card maker” as well as a scrapbooker – and haven’t been able to catch on yet. This card and technique has me inspired to give it a try again. TFS!
    Linda J

  9. It was nice to see this stamp set used on a card! Love your little birdies on the brightly colored card.

  10. Wow- I didn’t even realise that that little bird was part of the set- luvvvv the card idea- what clever people you all are!!! thanks🙂

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  12. OMG!!!! LOVE the birdies!! such a great idea!! i am so into birds right now and love how you lined them up and different colors too!! great job!! you have inspired me to get supplies out and do it!! it was been a while!!:)

  13. I love the idea of masking on one piece of paper, so it gives you the allusion of layers without layers!! Great Idea!!!

  14. I really like how you used the stamps. As I dabble in both cards AND scrapbooking – it’s nice to have ideas for both segments.

  15. Oh my I caved and joined the stamp AE stamp club – love this set and now after seeing all your great examples I am so happy I joined. Can’t wait til the set comes so I can play. Thank you for sharing!!

  16. THANKS for sharing the cute card!! I LOVE the way you stamped it and the colors that you used!! It is really unexpected so it makes it even more fun to look at!! Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

  17. Love the touch of whimsy. I think for you the meaning of “Get Outside” could be “think outside the box.” Love that about your work. Love the way you repeated the semi-circular shape of the bird in the embellishment and the border. I wouldn’t have thought of the semi-circle and brad, but it really finishes the card.

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  19. What a fun and breezy card! Thanks so much for the tutorial too! I want to go and make my own now! Thanks for the inspiration.

  20. Adorable! I’m bookmarking your blog – love these projects and since I think inside the box, I never would have thought to use such bright happy colors (outdoors = browns & greens in my little world). Thanks for the inspiration!

  21. love your card! i add your technique to my binder when i go make my own card. Thanks for sharing.

    michelesscrapycreations35 at yahoo dot com

  22. I love cards! Thank you for showing your technique. I love the colors you chose and the sentiment is fun!

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  23. This card is adorable! And thank you for sharing such great tutorials! I love the way you gave us pictures and descriptions! I just found you through the blog hop but I will be back!

    PS. I love the little bird stamp too!

  24. I LOVE the “Smooch” stamp set. I’m a new member to the Studio AE stamp club and these stamps are amazing. Thank you for the chance to win.

  25. Love the birds, the colours and the stamping technique too. Always nice to see how the master created the masterpiece. Well done Teri !!!

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