Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Technique Junkies June 2016 Blog Hop

Well it's been a while since I have created and blogged since my big move to South Carolina.  We moved down in February and finally getting settled in.  Charleston is beautiful and love being so close to the ocean and the beach.  And I am especially excited to be joining back up with the super talented Technique Junkies Design Team!! Thanks Pat for inviting me back!

The  Technique Junkie Design Team is celebrating June with a blog hop showcasing all of the new designs for this month.  You should have arrived here from the amazing Beth Norman's blog. if not be sure to start there so not to miss all the great inspiration!

 You can SAVE during these celebration days as well.  The June release stamps will be on SALE (15% OFF) until June 8th!  Get them while their hot!!

Some of my favorite Technique Junkies stamps are from this months release and are just perfect for celebrating all things beachy!!
I am showcasing the Fishing Boat stamp which looks just fabulous as a water color image!






So excited to be back with the TJ Junkies team!  Be sure to continue on the hop and don't miss any of the great inspiration from these talented artists.  Your next stop on the hop is the super talented Judy Jackson!

Below is the entire blog listing -be sure to check them all out and return to the TJ website where you can find and purchase all these fantastic stamps!

Design Team Blog
Lanette
Karen McAlpine
Kathy Stacy
Jane Bosi
Beth Norman
Pam DeChellis -YOU ARE HERE
Judy Jackson
Tonya Davidson
Pat Huntoon
Robin Redd
Marilyn Hughes



6 comments:

  1. Love you project!! The technique is so cool. Did you stamp and heat emboss? Awesome results!!

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  2. Glad to have you back Pam - missed your designs. Great card

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  3. Your watercolouring is amazing. It really looks good with this image. I also like the way you matted your piece.

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  4. I'm pretty sure I need this stamp!

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  5. The more I see of that stamp and how beautifully it's used, the more I think I need it.

    Marilyn

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