Monday, March 15, 2010

Stretch Your Imagination and Technique Tuesday

Hello everyone! This is Heather and do I have a special treat for you this time! Technique Tuesday is sponsoring Bitten By The Bug 2. Have you ever used a Technique Tuesday stamp? If not, you'll be in for a treat. If you have, then you know what I mean when I say they are one of the best clear stamps around.

I've been using Technique Tuesday stamps since I could first get my hands on them. I think it was around 2004. My first sets were the cutest fonts to use in scrapbooks. Since that time, they have come out with more than just alphas...there is just about every design you can think of and now some of them are even geared towards card makers. I use a lot of their stamps in my card classes.

They also make some very cool chipboard pieces that can be inked, painted and my latest and personal favorite...Glimmer Misted. (Yes, I just turned "Glimmer Mist" into a verb).

If you're looking for more inspiration using the stamps, I have a ton on my personal blog, A Little Time.

I love their latest release. However, if you know me, you know I say that every time. But this time, I really mean it. ;) I'll link you to the releases and you can see for yourself. Click here.

Technique Tuesday gave the BBTB2 design team one their newest sets to play with, Oh, Deer!

In addition to the darling stamp set, I asked the designers to use the Flourish 3 cut from Stretch Your Imagination. I love what they have come up with!!

Now you know, whenever we have a new sponsor, that means a contest is coming up for you guys. Within the next couple days, I'll be posting a new contest with a generous prize package from Technique Tuesday. I'm going to make you do stamping on this contest so get out your ink pads and dust them off. You can do this, I know you can.

If you don't want to wait for a contest to get your stamps, you can buy them straight from Technique Tuesday or you can buy them here at A Peek Into Yesterday.

Don't forget to play along with us using this flourish or if you don't have SYI, use a flourish from another cart. We love to see what you do. Link it up using McKlinky.

Thanks again for everything.


Susan Edwards - For A Deer Friend




Take Time To Smell The Flowers-Penny Shuberg



Sandi Kelly

Melissa Kirwin


Heather Binnie- A Deer Friend



Enfys Cashmore - For A Deer Friend



Donna Mundinger - For a Deer Friend




~ Lori Warner ~



To My Deer Friend-Jeri Thomas



~New Addition~
by Carla Peicheff



Carole Lowe Beath-Take Time



shelly bobrowski such a deer



Take time to smell the Flower by Marina Vazquez






Sandi Kelly-Take Time

15 comments:

  1. Oooh, these are such cute cards. I love the stamps too. So sweet! I cant wait to order this one. Thanks for sharing your great talents with us.
    Cheers Gina

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  2. Oohhhh aren't these cards just the cutest!! Absolutely love them :)

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  3. What a cute deer! Love the cards.

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  4. That little deer just reminds me of Bambi - so sweet! The DT rocked it! Thanks, Pam

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  5. wowzers.....................awesome projects ladies...hugs

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  6. Oh boy, all of the finished art, so CUTE!

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  7. What a darling set. It makes you smile to see the cute deer. Beautiful cards.

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  8. so very cute. i love deer, ladybugs, butterflies. this is right up my alley. got to check them out sometimes.

    chriswooten57
    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

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  9. ohmygosh!!! You ladies made fantabulous projects!! cute and oh so sweet! This stamp set was so fun to work with!
    --Melissa

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  10. these are about as sweet as I can stand!
    what darling projects! love all the different prints to put the deer on! neat ideas here!
    congrats on your new sponsor!

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  11. These are just the cutest little Bambi's! Love what you all did with this image. So cute!

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  12. these are beautiful!!!! love them!!!

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  13. I love them so "dearly" how cute! I have lots of the technique stamps. I like them too!

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  14. Love the projects. I have a set of very large TT letters. I'd actually kind of forgotten about them now that I'm actually doing some stamping. I need to get those back out.

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