Friday, October 21, 2016

SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog! I am so happy to take part in the Simon Says Stamp Believe in the Season Blog Hop today, in celebration of their new release. You should have come here from the fabulous Kelly Latevola.

I love Christmas and winter crafting and the Believe in the Season release is packed with wonderful new dies and stamps. Many of them will work perfectly for other themes too, not only for Christmas.
You can see the full Believe in the Season release here. Don't miss all the inspiration along the hop, and of course there are prizes to be won too.

I made an art journal page and a card, and both are stepped tutorials. Let's start with the journal page.


Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
The Believe in the Season dies and stamps are not only great for cardmaking, but also for art journaling and scrapbooking. I made a peaceful winter scene for my art journal, building a forest of trees standing in deep snow. If you'd rather make a card, you can easily adapt the design to work on a smaller surface. The techniques I am sharing are, as usual, applicable to lots of different projects. 

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
These are the stamps from Believe in the Season that I used: Circle Doodle Background, Color Me Trees, and Poinsettia.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
And these are the dies: Peyton Ornament, Corbel Tree Collage and Northern Lights Snowflakes. I also added a few additional SSS dies. 

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
Working on watercolour paper, white emboss the small shapes from Color Me Trees on the upper two-thirds of the paper. There are stars, snowflakes, hearts and circles. Apply Distress Micro Glaze sparingly with your finger in a few areas to create clouds. I also added a dot inside the circle stamps.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
The scene was painted with Prima's watercolours, using three shades of blue and one of purple. As you can see, the embossed impressions will resist the paint, as will the areas where Micro Glaze was applied. I really love Micro Glaze, it produces such great textured results.

 Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
White emboss the Circle Doodle Background on Simon Says Stamp vellum.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
Cut out one larger piece from the circles, following the outlines of circles, and a bunch of smaller pieces. Layer them to create the look of rollings snowy hills. This is such a versatile stamp, I'll be using it a lot.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
White emboss trees on watercolour paper, cut out and colour with watercolours. These patterned trees are so pretty, and there is a coordinating die cut set too. As you can see, the one to the right coordinates with the Circle Doodle Background.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
The Northern Lights Snowflakes and Corbel Tree Collage were die cut from the lovely SSS Glimmery Cardstock.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I also die cut the Winter Snow words from the Glimmery Cardstock, here with a darker shadow piece underneath.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I love doing these types of watercolour backgrounds, combined with resist techniques. The result is different each time and the textures are wonderful.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
If you look at the circle stamps, you can see that there is some Distress Micro Glaze inside them, while the rest of the embossed shape tends to be a little darker than the background on the inside, since the watercolour pigments get 'trapped' by the embossing and dry darker.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
When it comes to winter crafting, one of my favourite things is to think out ways to give the look of snow, and when I saw the Circle Doodle Background, I immediately thought it would work well for snow.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I also die cut a tree from white Glimmery cardstock, which was cut a little shorter, so that it looks like it is further away in the distance.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
Tuck the trees in among the snow.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
 Here you can see the shimmery effect of the cardstock a little better.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
At the bottom of the page, there is a border of the Northern Lights Snowflakes, a piece of Deco Tape and a second die cut word.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Winter Journal Page tutorial by Anna-Karin.
 I used Small Talk stickers for my journaling.
 Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I also made a quick Christmas card. I found a piece of watercolour cardstock in my scrap folder, which had been misted with Distress Spray Stains and decided to use that. The card has a transparent base, which was stamped with the Circle Doodle Background. My favourite part is the bauble, you'll see how I created it below.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
 The Peyton Ornament die is so pretty, and I just love the intricate look along the edge of the paper.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
 Die cut a second bauble and paint the top silver.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I wanted to create the look of vintage baubles, similar to baubles that I remember my grandmother to have had, and thought the Prima Dresden pieces would work well. They were glued down with Glossy Accents.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
 Then I coated the bauble in Glossy Accents, and when that was dry, I added a second layer.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
As with any glossy shape, it is a little hard to see how nice it looks on a photo, but you might be able to see it a little better here. The Dresden pieces are embedded in the Glossy Accents, which makes the bauble look like it is made of vintage glass.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
The Circle Doodle Background was stamped on a folded pieces of Clearly for Art Modeling Film, with Cotton White ink.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
The sentiment comes from the Poinsettia set and was stamped with two different colours ink from Hero Arts Vintage Metallic Steel ink pad.
 Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
To continue the circle theme from the background, I die cut the Circle Loops from silver Deco Sheet. It is best to adhere the Deco Sheet to a piece of cardstock before die cutting.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
I glued a piece of silver embroidery floss as a hanger for the bauble.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
Glue the bauble in place. You can also use a different coloured background for the bauble too. I bet it would look really nice in black. At the side of the bauble, there is another piece of die cut Circle Loops.

Layers of ink - SSS Believe in the Season Blog Hop. Glass bauble card tutorial by Anna-Karin.
Here you can see the card on a white background. You could easily make a whole bunch of these for Christmas, since they are pretty quick. Just allow enough time for the Glossy Accents to dry. I had such fun crafting with these Believe in the Season products.

Every participant in the hop will pick a winner for a $25 gift voucher, among posted comments. You have until Monday, October 24th at 8 p.m. EST to enter. Next stop is the wonderful Barb Engler, and I am sure you will enjoy her cardmaking inspiration. If you get lost along the hop, you can go back to Simon Says Stamp.

Here are all the stops along the hop:

Anna-Karin Evaldsson (you are here)

Thank you so much for visiting my blog!! And have a fantastic weekend!

Happy stamping!

Anna-Karin

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462 comments:

  1. I love the negative tree, but that ornament edge is something I will have to try.

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  2. Wow - that first piece is just gorgeous with all the different layers and textures. I love the use of the circle stamp on the transparent base for the second card - it really makes the front pop out!

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  3. My goodness... each project is so artistic! inspiring!

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  4. I LOVE how you added the dresden pieces onto the ornaments!! TFS
    Dolly(scrapthat)

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  5. You had me at DRESDEN! So elegant.

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  6. So creative both of them, I do not get into much journaling but an awesome technique.

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  7. Wow.. So complex and lots to discover and explore.

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  8. Great cards, love all the layers!!! Beautiful!

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  9. Awesome cards! Thanks for the details on how you did things -- I'm going to try the double glossy accents -- it looks awesome on the ornament!

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  10. very creative and fun to explore your wonderful work!

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  11. Wow! Lots of cool things going on. Thank you for sharing

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  12. Oh my this hop just keep getting better and better... Yours WOWed me.... all the attention to the little details paid off... thanks so much for sharing and the chance to win :)

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  13. Wow, you have created such an amazing card. I can't believe how many details you included - it is a work of art!!!

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  14. love the background on the first adn all those layers and the elegant feel of the second

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  15. Love all the layers on your tree card

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous, love your work!! Love the color combos also.

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  17. Love that doodle background stamp and the trees. Fun cards!

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  18. Like your ideas on your cards, very talented. I love all the items in this release.

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  19. Wow! So unique! And I just love the Christmas tree stamp set!

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  20. Really cool cards! my mind doesn't even go there when creating. Love it and the new release.

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  21. Love the journal page with the watercolors and stamping. And the card is different than anything I have seen. I love how you used the diecut ornament. The Dresden and the glossy accents really are amazing on that diecut.

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  22. Beautiful projects! Love the colors! thanks for sharing!!!

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  23. Love both your cards especially the one with the bauble . Thanks for sharing the tips on how created them .

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  24. Such creative ideas! Beautiful!

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  25. This blog hop is so fun! Just like this card making set! Great for scrapbooking too!

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  26. Beautiful cards. I love your layering on the tree card. You are making me want even more things from the new SSS release!

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  27. AMAZING cards! I love the blues and pinks on the 1st one and that ornament on the 2nd is stunning!

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  28. Thank you for sharing the detail! So creative! Great cards. I love how that circle background stamp is used. And I love your baubles.

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  29. I love the layers, colors and the creativity of your cards. The ornament decor is beautiful too.

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  30. your ornament is so gorgeous - love both cards tho!

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  31. So sweet of you to share your process. Beautiful mixed media stamping!

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  32. Awesome cards, thanks for sharing!

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  33. Your cards are so elegant and beautiful. I am simply in love with them. Thank you for sharing.

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  34. Wonderful and festive cards! Love your watercolor backgrounds and the creative ways you used your stamps and dies.

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  35. Love the mix of techniques and mixed media for these cards! Absolutely lovely and unique!

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  36. Gorgeous! This is such a great release, I want it ALL!

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  37. Your ornament cards are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  38. Absolutely gorgeous! Love all the fun techniques you used on the art journal page. And love the pretty card and that lovely bauble.

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  39. Love that you created an art journal page too! All the layers of stamped vellum is gorgeous. And your card ... swoon! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  40. I love the bauble you created!! So pretty and textured!

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  41. These are so pretty! Love the colors you chose.

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  42. The Prima Dresden is an interesting product. Must check this out further

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  43. My goodness, just when you think the dies can't get any better - they do! Love these new dies in the new release! Can't wait to give it a try.

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  44. I'm totally in love with the ornament edge die. Beautiful cards!

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  45. Very different. Love these ideas.

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  46. Unique cards and the first one is really interesting.

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  47. I am totally blown away by that ornament! It is just stunning. Thank you. (I love me some glossy accents! Don't know how I managed before it--except that I hadn't started playing with paper yet!)

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  48. WOW! awesome creations and I really must purchase that peyton ornament die.

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  49. Very pretty cards. I love the circles.

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  50. The idea of an art journal is pure genius!

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  51. Oh wow, it looks like you had a lot of fun playing with all this cool stuff

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  52. The colors, the texture and that bauble...Stunning!

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  53. Lovely cards the ornament could even hang on the tree!

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  54. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  55. So pretty and all that hard work paid off! Beautiful!

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  56. I love the layers of your cards. thanks

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  57. Great card I love the color choices and the softness of it.

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  58. Love your background and your design!!

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  59. Oh my! Gorgeous cards! Really beautiful!

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  60. Both of these projects are stunning! I love showing us how you used these products for mixed media as well! The colors and techniques are amazing for both. That card is so beautiful and fresh - I love how you decorated the ornament, and used acetate for part of the card. Delicate and lovely, perfect for Christmas.

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  61. Pretty cards, so much texture to look at!

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  62. What a beautiful art journal page and the card is stunning too!

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  63. Gorgeous designs with these projects!

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  64. Very cool projects--lots of great details.

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  65. Oh my goodness. I have to say that the card with the bauble on the transparent base is soooo pretty. What a gorgeous design!

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  66. Absolutely beautiful! You did a great job! Thanks for sharing!

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  67. Well how lovely are these techniques??? So beautiful and a great job on showing us how it is all created - tfs and for the hop have a blessed week!

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  68. Very pretty! I especially love how you used the circle background in a totally different way, very inspiring!

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  69. Thank you for sharing your ideas!Nice creations!Loads of inspiration.

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  70. WOW! Everything is awesome.
    So creative.

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  71. Gorgeous cards, especially those with the Circle Doodle Background <3

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  72. I just love the velumn cut out circles. Love your watercoloring and those beautiful ornaments. Such beautiful cards.

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  73. Such lovely cards. I really like the trees you cut out using the Corbal tree die. I just ordered it this morning after watching these videos! I love the ornament you made...so shiny with the glossy accents! And that trim you used is gorgeous. I also appreciate that this was a clear card. So beautiful!

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  74. Lovely cards! Love the dies you used!

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  75. Your top card is filled with SO MUCH crafty goodness - -I just LOVE it! The colors, the white swirls, the trees--it's just dreamy!

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  76. These are all so pretty! Love all of the layers that you have on your first card and then the white ink on the acetate is such a great effect!

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  77. Wow! Amazing cards! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Have a happy day, Nicole

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  78. The cool colors are so pretty for the holidays.

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  79. Great art journal page. Love the bauble too.

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  80. How cool is that ornament? Great cards!

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  81. The blog hop was amazing! So many new inspirations! These look like it took a lot work, well done!

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  82. Very pretty cards. Thanks so much!

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  83. Absolutely fabulous! Cards/ scrapbook pages are stunning!

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  84. Your second project really grabs my attention! Great job!

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  85. Love all the colors and layers! So artsy!

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  86. Your ink application and scene making skill in the first card stole the show! OMG, it is a work of (H)art. Whoever gets that card from you should frame it.

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  87. These are really pretty. You did a fab job! xx

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  88. wow, gorgeous, fantastic
    thanks for sharing your creativity
    Barb Housner

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  89. Two very distinctive cards and both a work of art ... love the depth of colors and textures! Simply stunning results. Thanks so much for sharing with us!

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  90. There is just layer upon layer of awesome details on your journal page. What fun you had layering all those wonderful elements! It is gorgeous. It is truly a work of the heart! TFS!

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  91. Wow! What a amazing card! all the work put into this beautiful card! It is wonderful!

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  92. A lot to comprehend by reading but beautiful work! I would love to see a video making the first project. I'll have to try that micro glaze and the prima dresden pieces. You really do good work and I truly appreciate your talent. Thanks for sharing.

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  93. Pretty cards with so many different techniques.

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  94. I love the beautiful ornament, so very nostalgic.

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  95. Stunning! I am loving all this blog hop inspiration! Thanks!

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  96. WOW, all the beautiful details in your card, how stunning! Thank you for sharing!

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  97. Coating the bauble with Glossy Accents really makes a difference. Thank you for the detailed steps used in making your lovely creations, Anna-Karin.

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  98. Wonderful detail creativity. Especially how the glossy accents look on the ornament.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  99. Such beautifully artistic creations!!! Tthank you so much for sharing!

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  100. Lots of texture and details, very pretty.

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  101. I love the circle doodle background stamp when you white heat embossed it on vellum. So pretty!

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  102. Oh My... that vintage bauble is wonderful!

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  103. What great layers. Makes a great composition.

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  104. WOW!!!! WHAT FREE & TOTALLY FUN cards!!!! VERY ARTISTIC!!!! I LOOOOVE seeing them!!! THANK YOU for showing how you did this!!!! SUCH SUPER FUN PRODUCTS THIS RELEASE! I can TELL, you've enjoyed them too!!! ;)

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  105. Amazing - gotta make me some ornaments! :-)

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  106. Holy smokes...these are AMAZING!!! The details are awesome and thanks so much for the wonderful tutorial!
    Sherrie K

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  107. Absolutely LOVE these backgrounds! Worthy of copying, for sure!

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  108. Lovely journal page and the card is really gorgeous with the accent on the ornament. Thanks for sharing.

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  109. Wow! Your projects are more mixed media art than just holiday cards! Recipients will want to bring them out again next year as decoration. Lovely work.

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  110. All of the layers and details are amazing! Thanks for the inspiration, and the chance to win.

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  111. Thanks for showing us all of the little details on this. Love these cards.

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  112. Oh what fun! Both the release and your card inspirations, thanks!

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  113. I can't get wait to get my hands on this release!

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  114. Love your style...great eye for color.

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  115. I remain speechless for this beauty!!! Wonderful!

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  116. Beautiful watercolor background!

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  117. Your watercoloring is gorgeous! I also really love the glossy accent ornament you made! It is gorgeous!!

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  118. The ornament is a little work of art. Whoever receives that card is very lucky indeed!

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  119. Love that card with the Corbel tree die.

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  120. I like the mixed media. Very nice.

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  121. I really liked the ornament with the glossy accents covering the entire ornament.

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  122. Wow! Thanks for walking us through the art journal page - I would never have spotted all the details! It's beautiful.

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  123. Both the journal page and the card are really beautiful !
    Great details, combinations, colours, ...
    Thank you for explaining and sharing your creativity !

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  124. Wow!! The details are just incredible and the layers you added are just amazing! Thank you for explaining how you created your card - I'm just in awe...

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  125. the time you invest in your posts and videos is so appreciated. not very good with "web" stuff and love looking

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  126. Beautiful creations! Love the CAS especially.

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  127. Beautiful cards! Love the technique you used on the ornament with the glossy accents.

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  128. Lovely pics of wonderful things that can be created with this amazing new release! TFS

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  129. Gorgeous projects! Love all that layering!

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  130. I think the ornament is absolutely gorgeous. Love that card.

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  131. So many new things to learn in one Hop Stop. Thank you for your inspirational sharing.

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  132. All the details, layers and texture of your projects are amazing! Really beautiful.

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  133. I love the creativity! Your cards are so unique.

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  134. Wow is the word! So much work and detail but amazing results!

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  135. A great art journal page, very creative.Your card is gorgeous, it reminds me of my grandmother's ornaments too. Just beautiful work.

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  136. You have been very busy. Thanks for sharing all the fun cards and techniques.

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  137. Beautiful card. So many elements. Love the sentiments.

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  138. Love your cards! Just so pretty. Tfs.

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  139. You always create such beautiful cards.

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  140. Love the edge ornament die card

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  141. The card is amazing and the journal card is very impressive. Love all the images you used.

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  142. Anna-Karin, such alot of beautiful cards really good to see how different products used. Thank you.

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  143. I love what you did with the peyton ornament die - stunning!

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  144. Love the turquoise and silver and your creative projects! The starry die is simply amazing!

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  145. Beautiful work, Anna-Karin! I love your card and your art journal page is simply inspiring! Thanks for taking us through the process, and for the chance to win the generous prize!

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  146. Wow, such creative and interesting effects. I love the art journal page and card for each different technique. Thanks for showcasing your work for us.

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  147. Beautiful projects - so artistic!

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  148. Wow!! These are just awesome!!!! Love watercolor!!

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  149. Your journal page is beautiful. I do love the colors you chose. As for the card...wow!! It's so gorgeous!

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  150. Both cards are beautiful! There are so many different elements in your first card with such gorgeous colours! That glossy ornament on your second card is just stunning!

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  151. Thank you so much for sharing,both the journal page and your cards. Very inspirational.

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  152. That ornament is really cool! Such pretty projects.

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  153. This is so beautiful!!! Love it and this new release:)

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  154. Love your bold colors and the layering...so AWESOME!!!!

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  155. So creative, love all the colors and textures!

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  156. The name of your blog definitely fits your first creation...that's amazing. Love the ornamented ornament, too!

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  157. the ornament came out great, especially due to the silver top you added on it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  158. I didn't know Prima had Dresden pieces! I love them, and they're the perfect trim for the ornament die.

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  159. These two pieces of art are just gorgeous love love love the colour combinations!

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  160. Your projects are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  161. Wow! Love the watercolor and the bauble!

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  162. What beautiful mixed media pieces. I love the gorgeous ornament die!

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  163. The winter scene you created is gorgeous! Love the glossy accents bauble embellishment, too.

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  164. Lots of interesting ways to use the products from this great release!

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  165. I absolutely love how you created and embellished that ornament (bauble). Thanks for the inspiration.

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