Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Club Scrap "Reunion kit" Blog Hop

Club Scrap "Reunion" Blog Hop

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Welcome to my blog today!!  So glad to have you here.  I have so been enjoying the holidays and taking time with my family and friends.  Anyways I have a co-worker who is retiring and today was her last day at work and so I made her a nice wall plaque and wished her congratulations on the next phase of her life.  

Supply List:
Blank canvas
Dylusions Spray ink
Reunion kit cardstock
Rubberstamps
Flowers
Pearl Pen
Gems

Instructions:

Spray blank canvas with pink spray ink.  Let dry.
Spray canvas with a bit of chocolate brown spray ink.  Let dry.
Ink edges of canvas with ink pad.
Grab a stencil and lay onto canvas.  Spritz with water.  Use papertowels to quick dry up the water.  Remove stencil and use paper towel to dry again.  This will remove some of the ink previously spritzed onto the canvas giving a ghosting effect.
Print the sentiment 2 times, once on cream cardstock and once on light blue cardstock.  Cut out the sentiments as shown and ink edges with light brown ink:

Stamp images onto cardstock, trim them out, and ink the edges:

Modge podge sentiments and images to the canvas.   Add flowers, gems, and pearl pen accents.

Wanna see some more great creative ideas using this month's kit from ClubScrap???  Just check out the next participant in the Blog Hop, please visit Jill's Blog for more!  You can also visit ClubScrapCreates for the full list of participants.

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin

21 comments:

  1. WOW, Deb, you go out with a bang,this is such an awesome canvas. I just love all of it!
    Happy New Year to you and yours and may 2015 be another creative one!

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  2. Tremendous Canvas and what a way to finish the year. Happy new year to you!

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  3. Deb! Awesome gift! I bet she loved it!

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  4. Debbie, what a great gift!! I love how you fussy cut all the swirls (they make me smile) and the Oopsie Daisies work well with this kit too, great idea!

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  5. 1. You are amazing.
    2. That is a super-cool gift.
    3. We need to make a stamp of that expression.
    4. Happy New Year!

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    1. Tricia - yes! A stamp of that would be awesome!!

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  6. What a lovely project - I'm sure your friend will love it. I always struggle with retirement gifts/cards - what a great idea.

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  7. Seriously! Girl, I have a coworker retiring today, couldn't you have share privately with me ahead of time? THis isbeautiful and generous. I have another one retiring first week of January and I am really going
    to copy this.

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  8. What a fantastic idea! Love the saying you chose, and how the canvas came together. Happy New Year!

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  9. Your layered flowers and swirls are magnificent and make for a beautiful frame. TFS

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  10. I always love your canvases! this one is no exception - what a great gift, they will love it!

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  11. I can't wait to make this a co-worker that is retiring in 2015. GREAT talent! Thanks.

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  12. Love this idea. You are so clever! Happy New Year!

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  13. Great ideas! Beautiful creation!!

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  14. I can only imagine how wonderful this looks in person and how your coworker's face looked when she received your gift, so pretty.

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  15. What a great project and gift for your co-worker! Love all the layering and textures. Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  16. This is a gorgeous piece that you made for your co-worker. I really do feel that way about retirement - I've been retired for 7 years and have enjoyed every minute of it! Happy New Year!

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  17. great idea - I am sure she loved it!!

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  18. Wow! I have a lot of friends retiring lately! I love this!

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  19. Love the sentiment and the idea!! In fact I have a good friend that retired last Friday and I think I will whip up something similar! Thanks for the idea!

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