Jun 15, 2013

Technique Twist Challenge and a Giveaway!

 
 
Good morning dear artists,
Today is the beginning of a wonderful challenge blog that you WILL want to be part of. Its so exciting. Today the Technique Twist Challenge is featuring twists on the fun Blown Ink technique. On my twist I used Embossed Very Vanilla CS and Creped Filter Paper. You will love this, visit then go try it!
Hola mis queridas artistas,
Hoy es el comienzo de un nuevo blog de retos del que TU SI que vas a querer ser parte. Es tan motivante. Hoy el Reto Technique Twist esta ensenando la tecnica de "Blown Ink" (tinta soplada). En mi twist use cartulina Very Vanilla con repujado al calor y papel Creped Filter.
 Te va a encantar la tecnica,  ya luego vas y la tratas.
 
 
It's our first challenge at The Technique Twist Challenge blog & what better way to celebrate than with a blog hop! To enter, leave a comment on the each blog for your chance to win a great prize pack!
Es nuestro primer reto en Technique Twist y que mejor manera de celebrar que con un Blog Hop! Para entrar, deja un mensajito en cada blog abajo para una oportunidad de ganar un premio!
Jessica (You are here!)

Contest ends on June 26, 2013 at 1159p ET. Good luck!
Evento termina el 26 de junio de 2013 a las 11:59PM ET. Bendiciones!
 

 
1.Clear emboss a Swallowtail Butterfly on Very Vanilla CS
1. Haga repujado en calor transparente de la mariposa Swallowtail en CT Very Vanilla.
2. Using a drop at a time of Crushed Curry Ink Refill I carefully blew on my butterfly with a regular straw.
2. Usando una gota a la vez del Repuesto de Tinta color Crushed Curry cuidadosamente sople la gota con una sorbeto (popote o pajilla).
3. Repeat using the Gumball Green Ink Refill, trying not to get off the borders of the butterfly.
3.Repita usando el color de tinta Gumble Green,tratando de no salirme de los bordes de la mariposa.
4. My flower was made with Stampin'Up! Creped Filter Paper, same ink refills and technique and the 1 1/4" scallop circle punch.(see below)
4. Mi flor la hice con papel Crepe Filtro de Stampin'Up!, los mismos repuestos de tinta y tecnica y el ponchador de 1 1/4" circulos festoneados.(mire abajo)

Materials/Materiales:
(click for picture/oprima para ver foto)
 
Stamps/sellos:
My Paper Pumpkin "Hello There" set
Very Vanilla CS & Creped Filter Paper
Crushed Curry and Gumball Green Ink Refills/Repuestos de Tinta
a straw (un popote, sorbeto, pajilla)
 
 

 
To print PDF tutorial click HERE
Para ver o imprimir tutorial en PDF oprima AQUI
 
 
 
And don't forget to do the Blog Hop and leave your comments...this is one of the prizes included!
Y no olvides visitar los otros blogs y comentar ...este premio esta incluido!
2012-2014 In Color Stampin' Write Markers
2012-2014 In-Color Stampin'Write Markers
 
 
Creative Blessings/Bendiciones Creativas,
 
Jessica Urrutia
Your Stampin'Up! Independent Demonstrator
 


18 comments:

  1. Hey Jessica!! Love your take on this technqie...the butterfly is gorgeous, and such a unique way to combine embossing and blown ink. Thanks too for the tutorial on the crepe paper; love the way you show the steps! Makes it SO easy to follow!! and Yay for the first challenge! ; )

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  2. This card is gorgeous Jess! The clear embossing makes the butterfly look like a completely separate layer with the blow ink on top! I just love this & am going to have to try it! :) The colors look fantastic together!

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  3. Thanks for the step by step instructions and for the PDF, neat way to do the butterfly. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win blog candy!

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  4. Love the arty feel of this technique Jessica. I think the butterfly works perfectly in your colors and flower textures. And a tutorial too! Wow, thanks for the visuals.

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  5. Love your card, must remember to put that butterfly on my list!

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  6. Great pictures and directions for the technique! Plus, your butterfly is so artsy looking, I mean museum quality. Great job, I am going to try the technique now too!! Thanks a ton.

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    1. Thanks Cynthia, your words mean a lot. Blessings! Check the challenge today...you HAVE to! Congrats!
      Jess

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  7. Love the technique can't wait to try it!

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  8. this card is amazing! Your talent is reaching new levels. I'm very impressed- keep up the excellent work. Love,
    Jessica A.

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  9. Cool! I've never thought to use this technique with SU's refill ink! New follower!

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  10. A very cool idea and your card is so beautiful!

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  11. This technique fascinates me. I have only seen two examples so far, and would love to see a video.
    Emma Rose Fry

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  12. Such a great twist on the challenge - and thanks for sharing how you did it!

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  13. I love this card!!! You know how much I love butterflies...I want 24 of them please...lol

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  14. I love this card!!! You know how much I love butterflies...I want 24 of them please...lol

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  15. Oooh my goodness, I cannot wait to try this technique! How fun and the result is fabulous!

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I would LOVE to hear from you!
Jessica

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