Tuesday, December 16, 2014

MIM #193


Laura shares her secrets for creating camouflaged die cuts in
this week's MIM at PapertreyInk.
And to think it was so easy!


I have been in awe of her ability to seamlessly blend those inks.
A little elbow grease, she says, and a whole lot of talent!

I used Pure Poppy, Berry Sorbet, Hibiscus Burst & Sweet Blush Inks.
The heart is die cut Limitless Layers: Heart Stitches,
and the bow from Make It Market Tinsel & Tags Sprigs Stamp Set

Our daughter and son-in-law will celebrate an anniversary on Jan. 3rd.
They chose a date and colors (crimson red) very near Christmas,
and the church and reception were still decked with beautiful decor.


Christina & John on their wedding day.
17 years ago! (yipes!)
Thank you Laura! You truly are a genius!



15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card. Great job with this technique.

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  2. Your card is beautiful Nancy. I think your blending is every bit as awesome as Laura's. I know your daughter and SNL will love it.

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  3. You daughter is just gorgeous (and so is your card) - she will love it!

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  4. Beautiful card and lovely picture of your daughter and SIL. I had to chuckle at the "elbow grease" Laura talked about in her video too...she just cracks me up! Love the blending on your card and that beautiful heart...great job Nancy!! :0)

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  5. Awwwww how gorgeous is your ink blending!!! and your daughter! So beautiful! So glad you gave this technique a try!

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  6. Yours is also perfect! Love your gorgeous card and design. Your daughter is beautiful at first I thought maybe it was you. I know..,,, how could our kids be married that long ......right?

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  7. Gorgeous card, Nancy! Fabulous inking and love the bow :)

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  8. Gorgeous take on Laura's technique! Love how you used a heart instead of a sentiment. So pretty!

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  9. Lovely! I really like the heart with the bow on top of it.

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  10. Awesome Nancy! Very pretty. Loving all that red...

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  11. Wow! That is just amazing!! Love what you did with this fun technique!

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  12. Oh so stunning, Nancy! You created a lovely Anniversary card with this technique.
    Your daughter and son-in-law are a beautiful couple~best wishes for many more years of happiness to them!

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