January Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

Note: This is my second post of the day. Looking for my Tooling Around: Sew Easy (pt. 2) post? It’s right below this one.

Hello all!

It’s the 10th so it is time again for the Studio AE Blog Hop!

So, with that, meet today’s card. πŸ˜‰

Of course, I used the new Bring on the Love by Ali Edwards (January) Studio AE stamp set on it. The Love You So So Much stamp is from the new set.

I paired it with a heart and “”love you” stamp from the Love Always Wins set (also by Ali).

To create the shadow-y look with the Love You So So Much stamp from the Studio AE set, I inked up the stamp. I stamped it once. Then, I moved it over just a little and immediately stamped it again.

It went a little something like this.

Stamp once.

Move the stamp over just a little. Stamp again.

Remove stamp. And ta-da. Shadow-y effect.

Be sure to check the blogs of all taking part in the Blog Hop today:

As a thank you for all the comments received during the hop on all the blogs, as well as those left on the Technique Tuesday blog, we will give away two stamp sets.

One person will win TT’s Hearts by Ali Edwards stamp set.

One other person will win our The Cupcakery stamp set.

You don’t need to leave a comment on all the blogs to be eligible to win. But the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win.

All comments must be made by midnight Β PST on Jan. 13th.

Tune into the Technique Tuesday blog on Jan. 14th to see if you are one of the lucky winners.

125 thoughts on “January Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

  1. Love how you used so many different items: doilies/paper/pearls on this card. Very nice. And thanks for the opportunity to win a stamp set.

  2. This card is gorgeous! I love the shadow effect, and also all the layers of the squares below. It looks so pretty!

  3. Pingback: Studio AE from Technique Tuesday | January Blog Hop | Ali Edwards

  4. Love your card. Great mix of pattern papers, doilies and colors. Like the shadow effect with the stamp sentiment too.

  5. Your card it gorgeous! I love the rectangles at the bottom! Thanks for sharing the shadowing technique! I will have to play around and try that! Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. Thank you for sharing your card and the shadow tip – sometimes my stamping looks like that – only its an accident due to poor technique…..

  7. Super cute card! And thank you so much for the stamping technique information! Will have to try it very soon!

  8. Colors are so vibrant; the patchwork of papers shows me a new way to use stash scraps; and I learned a new stamping technique. Mahalo.

  9. Love the card and the double stamp idea! I got the Sew Easy for my birthday…and filled in what I didn’t get by ordering from JoAnn’s on line. I love it and couldn’t find it in the stores yet. You have great ideas!

  10. like the double stamped shadow. sometimes i do that by mistake; in future, I’ll proceed to completion as if i intended the shadow! Love the card overall, too.

  11. Working on some cards and now I know exactly what they need- Ali Stamps and some pearl bling. Thanls for sharing.

  12. Great card! I am commenting on your blog a little earlier than the others. I love how you intermixed the doilies in with your paper layers! And those staples! Thank you for sharing.

    Katie B.

  13. What a cute card! I loved all the piecing, especially the doilies. Thanks for the tip to stamp a shadow, looks great

  14. thanks for the tip on how to make the shadowy effect – looks so cool. Loved your color combinations, too.

  15. I just discovered your blog, will be back for sure. Love this card and the stamps. Thanks for showing us the technique for shadow stamping.

  16. Sooo sooo pretty! I love the blurred double stamped off look, thanks so much for showing us how to do it! You really made Ali’s stamp shine with this card! πŸ™‚

  17. I have to say “Thanks” for your ideas with the crimper. I have one and never use it. Thanks to your inspiration I will now!

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