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A Year of Tech. Stamping on Pattern Paper


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Welcome to A Year of Card Techniques Blog Hop where each month we feature a different card technique.
 We’ve assembled a team of card makers who range from new to advanced, so you’ll see a great variety of cards and ideas. We all love our stamp sets and we all love our patterned paper.  
Well, this month we’re combining the two by stamping ON patterned paper for some unique projects.  It will be fun to see what stamps and papers our team decides to pair together.   
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I have to say this is a favorite technique of mine. I love it especially for sentiments. So here is the card that I did for the hop. I took pattern paper that was blah and added a medallion flower/ sentiment and I really like how it comes together. Pink and Black is a favorite color combo of mine too.

Now these are cards were all done using sentiments right on the pattern paper. When I do sentiments on pattern paper, I try to keep them black, gray or brown.



I hope you like them and are enjoying the hop so far!
Now you’re off to visit with Jodie . Hope you had fun and thanks for stopping by.  See you next month with another technique!

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Comments

  1. Wow, Sandy, some great cards here! Thanks so much for hopping with us!

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  2. Sandy, you did another wonderful job with these cards. I have a hard time picking a favorite one. They are all so pretty...and so many new ideas. Thank you so much for sharing them with us and for hopping along.

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  3. Great job and lots of good ideas to try.

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  4. Sandy, all your cards are fantastic. I think my favorite is the butterfly and flower card. Very pretty!

    Sharon
    A Piece Of (my) Heart Blog
    **Make sure to visit my blog to grab some really great FREE Digi Sentiments.**

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  5. Good idea to stamp the sentiments right on the patterned paper. I'll have to try that! Great cards.

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  6. Four very different projects, and very creative and fabulous ones at that. I adore pink and black, so that first one was eye candy for me. Always great to hop with you.

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  7. Beautiful cards, nice to see the pattern papers!

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  8. Pretty cards! Love that medallion flower!

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  9. I really like all your cards and the first one is a nice twist on the embossing - where you put a designed piece of paper over the embossed image. Cool.

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  10. Good job on all 4 projects! I love the Christmas tag!

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  11. Wow, great projects....love them all, can't pick a favorite! Love the swirls and medallion on the first card and the stamp on the tag...great!

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  12. Great job; love the stamping on more subtle patterned paper and the bold patterned paper!

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