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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Celebrate Mom Blog Hop by Die~Namites Design Team

Howdy Die~Namites Fan!!
We WELCOME you to our
CELEBRATE MOM Blog Hop



Mom, when thoughts of you are in our hearts, 
we are never far from home. ~Author Unknown

Did you know Die~NamitesDies are Made in America??
and are compatible with most die-cutting machines on the
market today. Die~Namitesdies will cut cardstock,
patterned paper, fun foam, wool blend felts, craft foils
handmade papers and more!
Shimming may be required for some thicker materials,
just add one at a time and test frequently.

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and creations made with our FABULOUS DIES!
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As you are hoppin’, make sure to leave a comment on each of the
Design Team Member’s blogs....
several of our Randomly chosen Gift Certificates
will be chosen from your comments on their blogs.

You will have until Midnight EST to leave your comments
and to be eligible for our
Grand Prize of a
$50 Gift Certificate
additionally
5 - $10 Gift Certificates

Are you ready to see what our Design Team has created for you??
If you have arrived here from Lee Ann Barrett’s blog, your are in the right place,
if not head back to the Die~Namites blog to begin the hop.

I am so excited to blog hopping with you all,
happy to share with you my Mixed Media Card-to Celebrate Mom!!
I have a tutorial for you below...hope you all enjoy!
 I love using many different mediums on my cards...
 Just love this Petaloo flower (using up my leftovers from other projects).
"A family blossoms with a MOTHER'S love."
loving the texture...
Tutorial
How to take your Die~Namites Dies cut outs to the next level!!
Here are the Die~Namites Dies I used,
"Regal Heart"
Regal Heart
"Love Kite"
Love Kite
Step 1. take two die cuts
snip off the end of the heart die...(placing together makes
a new image...butterfly or flower).
Step 2. Cut card base at 6x6
Score at 3 inches and fold
I used Marion Smith Designs Garment District Paper Collection.
Step 3. Gesso the die cuts
a few times drying in between
Step 4. Adding Texture-brush multi-medium matte
on the die cut....then
 Step 5. dump embossing enamel on top then shake off...
 Step 6. Heat set
 There you have it...yummie texture
 Step 7. Stamp, gesso with stencil, distress edges of card..
add wood veneer piece down
cheese clothe, then add your textured die cut!
That is your base!!
 Here is the end result....mixed media card...

Now, head on over to Cathia Leblanc’s blog
to continue the hop.
Thank you for joining our blog hop!!
hugs,
Peggy Lee

Supplies:
Die~Namites Dies
Marion Smith Designs-Garment District Paper, Stamps
Ranger-Distress inks-Walnut Stain and Brushed Corduroy
and Perfect Pearls Mists in Blue Patina
Archival ink-jet black
Studio Calico-wood veneers
CTMH-A Mother's Love stamp
Petaloo-Textured Elements-Apricot and Printed Darjeelings-pink
The Crafters Workshop-Mini Ledger Stencil
Scotch-Quick Dry Glue
Gesso
Multi-Medium Matte
Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel-clear
Cheese Clothe


27 comments:

  1. Thank you for the step out! I love all the textures on your card. The heart die makes the perfect butterfly. Great card.

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  2. Peggy.....thanks SOO MUCH for the step out.....LOVE how you turned the heart into a BUTTERFLY....SUPER FABBY card girl!!

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  3. Loving your yummy texture. It's always lovely to see a die used in a different way. Love Kite is very pretty

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  4. Beautiful!!!! I love how you made a butterfly from the heart and all that yummy texture too! Love that you explained how you did it!

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  5. thanks for the detailed instruction on embellishing the die cut. I want to try some of these techniques but haven't yet. You have helped me get closer to trying. Love the card. It is so pretty. Any mom would be thrilled to get this card.

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  6. that is just beautiful, great picture tutorial. it looks so vintage, Great sentiment.

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  7. Fabulous card, love how you textured the butterfly die, hugs, marion

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  8. Love all the layers; that heart cut in half would make perfect butterfly wings!

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  9. I just love all the laters and techniques you used!

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  10. Very cool! Thanks for sharing your technique.

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  11. Thanks for the tutorial and lots of ideas for layering.

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  12. What a lovely creation and thanks for the tutorial!

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  13. Thank you for the mini workshop,it´s great.Like your mixed media use and your creation looks fabulous,
    hugs die waldfee

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  14. That's a lovely Mothers day card. Great way to use the dies. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.

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  15. Beautiful mixed media card! Love the textures you created and how you formed the lovely butterfly from the Regal Heart die! So pretty!

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  16. Love this don't love this I don't have these but now I have to have them. Awesome job Peggy.

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  17. Very pretty and a
    great way to use
    the die cuts.
    Carla from Utah

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  18. Great grungy card and I like how you utilised this die, I could imagine butterfly wings as well. Lovely!!!

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  19. So pretty and thanks for the tutorial!

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  20. Love, love, love! Absolutely gorgeous. I loved seeing how you used the heart die, especially since I saw a butterfly in it too.

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  21. Wow! What a beauty, Peggy! You are such a master with mixed media. Love the pop of color your flower provides and the embossing enamel over the gesso is sooo cool! Must try this! Thanks!

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  22. I love the sentiment you used and am pleased to see great sample of a mixed media card. thanks for the tutorial.

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  23. Great card, thanks for the tutorial, really love the textures.

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  24. Beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial

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  25. Hi Hun, i love your creation for your mom.
    Thank you so much for sharing your style and the pics of the gesso using and how-do-you-do :)

    Big Hugs Dunja xo

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