October 27, 2010

There She Goes Previews: Day Two

Hi everyone! Happy Wednesday!!

Today is the second day of previews for the newest release from There She Goes!

Did you make your way here from the amazing Jessie's Blog? If so, perfect! If not, please start the hop at the There She Goes Blog so you don't miss a thing!

The Trendsetters are previewing TWO awesome new sets today...Gobble and In Stitches!! I am SO excited!!

My card today features both of these fun new sets!! I started by stamping the turkey and the sign in Memento Tuxedo Black onto X Press It Blending Card and colored them with Copic Markers.

I cut out and embossed the focal image, cutting around the sign, with Circle Nestabilities which I layered on cardstock cut with Lacey Circles Nestabilities. I sponged the edges for a bit of definition.

I stamped one of the stitched borders from In Stitches in Adirondeck Espresso all around the panels of patterned paper. LOVE this set and I can see that I will be using this ALOT to add that extra touch to my cards!

The patterned paper is Pyrus from Basic Grey and I embossed it with the Polka Dots Embossing Folder a la Kim Teasdale (I LOVE how she does that!). I added some lace trim, which I am addicted to these days, as well as some leaf ribbon from my stash. I finished this one off with two orange brads on the bottom corner!

Would you LOVE to win Gobble AND In Stitches for your very own? Getting that chance is super easy! Simply hop around and comment on each Trendsetter's Gobble/In Stitches posts and when you are done, head back to the There She Goes Blog and leave your information on the Gobble/In Stitches post! One lucky winner will win Gobble and In Stitches! Good luck!

The next stop on this hop is at the super fabulous Julie Lacey's Blog!

Thanks SO much for stopping by! Hope to see you back tomorrow for a peek at another fab new set that will be released on Saturday!!

Thanks SO much for stopping by!!

Recipe:
Stamps: Gobble and In Stitches from There She Goes
Paper: Suede Brown Dark, Papaya Puree Dark, Choice Buttercream, X Press It Blending Card and Pyrus by Basic Grey
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Adirondeck Expresso, Memento Canteloupe & Memento Tangelo
Accessories: Copic Markers, Sponges, Circle Nestabilities, Lacey Circle Nestabilities, Orange Brads, Lace Trim from Kaiser Craft, Leaf Ribbon Trim and Foam Tape

Jodi

47 comments:

  1. How clever that you combined the stamps! Lovely as always, Jodi :)

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  2. Love how you combined the two sets, great multitasking mama :)

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  3. Very beautiful card! I love it!

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  4. Super cute! I love how you combined the sets.

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  5. Love the image and the paper combination. Great inspiration.

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  6. A great card. I love your background paper and the idea of embossing it, too. =)

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  7. Beautiful card, love your DPs and layout!

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  8. terrific card!! love your edward photos and the sidebar

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  9. hiya hun
    what a beautiful card
    great image, perfect coloring
    hugs angelique

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  10. So beautiful as always, Jodi. Love those rich colors on this card.

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  11. OMG I LOVE these colors girl!! FABULOUS and that turkey is TOOOOOO stinkin cute!

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  12. Gorgeous! And I love the lace, very pretty!

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  13. Oh Jodi, this is BEAUTIFUL! I love the colors & Dps your used - I never think to emboss on DP, but you make it look GOOD. Love that Nestability die too, will have to add it to my collection one of these days. Hope all is well with your family.
    ~Meredith

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  14. totally cool ~ I love the embossed dp - it just jumps up right at you.

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  15. I just LOVE the comment you left on my blog, LMAO!! You are the cutest, and you know me SO WELL!! Your card is fabulous, and I WISH I had combined sets...duh!! I Love it!!

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  16. Super duper cute! I'm just loving how you are embossing on the pattern paper!

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  17. super cute card and great use of combining the two sets

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  18. That's it. Next time I have to colour a turkey, I'm checking out your card first! He is looking lovely all decked out in his pilgrim gear and your colouring makes him a star :D

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  19. Oh...that's beautiful! Gorgeous coloring. Love the paper you used. And there is that dry embossing folder again.
    I will have to use mine, because it looks amazing on your cards. Thanks again
    Hugs and smiles

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  20. fabulous card Jodi! too cute that turkey is

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  21. This made me smile! How adorable!!

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  22. my turkey day has come & gone but this is super cute my friend - 1 sleep

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  23. Oh that turkey is too cute!!! Adorable card, Jodi!

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  24. I really like how you did the turkey and sign-very effective

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  25. Oh my gosh! Beautiful card and such a fun, little turkey!

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  26. How stinkin cute Jodi! Love the emboseed papers too. :)

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  27. Cute card and the colors are so pretty together. Love that turkey...

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  28. I like how you combined the two sets!

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  29. hee. this makes me smile. too cute!

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  30. The idea of embossing background paper as opposed to card is a great one I will be adopting - it gives everything so much more depth. Great card.

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  31. This is terrific Jodi! What a CUTE image! I LOVE that embossing folder...I just picked up one tonight!! :D

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  32. i like all the different ways to color a turkey

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  33. Super cute card!! Love the design!

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