November 16, 2017

Stampin' Dreams November Blog Hop!

Welcome to our Stampin' Dreams November Blog Hop. I'm so glad you are here visiting me and the participants of our monthly Blog Hop. Once you view my project for today, I will direct you to the next Blog Hop with a list at the bottom of my post. You are currently visiting Debbie Hendereson from Debbie's Designs.

This month, we are all featuring a "Favorite Technique". One technique that I use quite often is called "Stamping Off":

This technique is used when you want some of your stamped images to appear lighter than others. All you do is ink up your stamp, stamp the image and without reinking the stamp, stamp again to create the lighter image. You can see in my card that I stamped three of the trees using this technique. I love the way this card came out by using this technique. Here's are two close-up photos of my trees to show you the difference by not re-inking the stamp:

Now it's time to visit the next person in our line-up. You can click on the person below me, Debbie Henderson, to continue on. We all have the same listing on our blogs so you can't get lost. Enjoy the blog hop and we will see you again next month!



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  1. I love your card Debbie and your favourite technique x

  2. Love those cards! the sequins make the perfect little decorations!

  3. Wow! Looks simple, but it's wonderful! Perfect Christmas card for me!

  4. What a great Christmas card! I loooove your colour combination and those cute sequin decorations - LOVE! xx

  5. Beautiful Christmas card Debbie. I love this technique, but is has been a while since I've used it.

  6. Beautiful Debbie. Amazing how a technique can be so easy yet so stunning!

  7. Such a lovely card Debbie.....I love this technique too


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