- Hello and welcome to the April 2014 Studio AE Blog Hop!
This month the Studio AE Design Team is showcasing projects created with Good Times, the Studio AE stamp set for April.
I created a layout using one of the stamps from this month's set paired with a phrase stamp from an old Ali Edwards set, Bits and Pieces, as the title of my page. I stamped and punched a bunch of circles using lots of Ali's other stamp sets to use as accents on my page as well.
I used a combination of SSS Audrey Blue and SSS Green Leaf inks to add color to the stamp from the April Studio AE stamp set. Then I applied a layer of Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Pen over the top for subtle sparkle! A phrase stamp from Ali's Bits and Pieces stamp set stamped in a brand new Simon Says Stamp ink (released on April 15th) completed the title "frame".
I stamped a bunch of circles from additional Ali Edwards stamp set pairing ink colors with the Amy Tangerine Plus One 6x6 papers for a tone on tone look. I added detailing with the Sakura white pen and/or the Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Pen.
A scattering of additional embellishments adds interest and dimension.
I combined white paint with water to thin it a bit and flicked it over the background of my page for distressing. I cut all the frames for the page from 12x12 Plus One papers, Project Life cards and the Amy Tangerine Plus One 6x6 papers.
I stamped and embossed the banner from Ali's So Much Heart Stamp Set using silver embossing powder on vellum. I cut the banner out and layered it over the number card from Studio Calico's Lemonlush Collection.
- Ali Edwards Bits & Pieces Stamp Set
- Ali Edwards Life Circles Stamp Set
- Studio Calico Sunny Day Ink
- SSS Smoke Ink
Be sure to check the blogs of all taking part in the Blog Hop today:
- Nichol <------ you are here.
We are going to give away one $25 e-Gift Card to TechniqueTuesday.com to someone who comments during the hop. To be eligible to win, all you need to do is comment on any of our blog posts! The lucky winner will be announced on the 15th on the Technique Tuesday blog.