Oct 1, 2013

Technique Twist Challenge: Bokeh

Yay! I was able to post. If you've been following my posts you know well I just moved. Yeap...finally after two long months we are in a home with a gazillion boxes surrounding us but HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY!
Yay! Pude postear el dia de hoy. Si has estado siguiendo mis posts sabes bien que me mude. Sipi...finalmente despues de tener todo en almacen por dos meses llegamos a casita y pues rodeados de cajas por todos lados; aun asi FELIZ FELIZ FELIZ!
I enjoyed this technique so much. Julz has a link for you at Technique Twist Challenge and you will love every Designer's creation. All so different but Oh so precious. Take a peak HERE!

Me encanto esta tecnica tanto. Julz tiene un link de esta tecnica en Technique Twist Challenge y te va a fascinar ver las diferentes creaciones de las Disenadoras. Todas tan diferentes mas Oh tan bellas. vaya a verlas AQUI!

To make my twist I used several Embossing Powders. I used Gold EP for the sunflower, Pool Party EP for the small dots from the set Gorgeous Grunge, and Iridescent Ice for the other splash from Gorgeous Grunge. It really shines....made this one for my sweet friend Creative Donna for her birthday last week. I'm so blessed to have her. Here is the inside!
para hacer mi cambio use varias capas de polvo para repujado en calor. use el dorado en el girasol, el azulito (Pool Party) en los pequenos puntitos del set Gorgeous Grunge y el transparente brilloso (Iridescent Ice) en el otro de gorgeous Grunge. Realmente brilla....hice esta tarjeta para my dulce amiga Donna Creativa para su cumpleanos la semana pasada. 
Soy tan bendecida de tenerla. Mire abajo como le hice adentro de la tarjeta!

I also used the Stampin' Markers in different shades of blue and yellow to stamp the sunflower petals. I used the same petal each time, thats why some of them look yellowish-blue. Hehe! 
Use diferentes niveles de azules y amarillos para estampar los petalos separados del girasol. use siempre el mismo petalo y pues por eso los colores como que a veces se mezclaron. Jeje!


Il be a bit short today, but please please don't hesitate to ask any questions. I have pictures on how I did this card and it was super simple. :) I would reply for sure!
Un poco corta hoy mas por favorcito sientase en la libertas de hacerme cualquier preguntita. tengo fotos de como hice esto, es bien simple. :) le respondere de seguro!


Have a happy day...no matter where you are in life, enjoy it! It may change quick...so let's give thanks!
Que tengas un bello dia...no importa donde te encuentres en la vida, disfrutalo! Puede cambiar rĂ¡pido...por lo que demos gracias por el hoy!

Jessica Urrutia
Your Stampin'Up! Independent Demonstrator

2 comments:

  1. Squeal!!!! Thank you SO MUCH Jessica, for this insanely awesome, beautiful, creative, techniqued-out birthday card! I absolutely LOVE it!!! It is just gorgeous, beautiful and a WOW-Factor card! Thank you, thank you!

    I am SO GLAD you described the technique above. I have been looking this over like crazy! Now I am entirely shocked to learn you used the same petal each time, that is crazy?!!! So, you used the SAMJ then?? I am just So Impressed by every single detail. I will read this over a few times, I am sure (above)!

    Thanks SOOOO Much for your beautiful card, for taking such special time to make it since you are so busy with your family and with moving across the country first, and then your new state.... (que vida loca; eh?!!). I love seeing this new technique and the opportunity you provide to learn new techniques (many thanks for that, too) and truly love all the love and friendship you made and sent this to me with!

    The card is beyond incredible..... and so are you! Many, many thanks! I love you tons Jessie! XOXOXO Donna

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  2. Love this technique and your card is beautiful. Good luck in your new home. It's a lot of work to move but wonderful to arrange a new place.

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