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All that Jazz Release Blog Hop and Release DAY

The All That Jazz Release from Catherine Pooler is AVAILABLE NOW! Stamps, dies, stencil and a new ink color!!!!!!! Welcome to the final day of blog hops! If you’d like to check out the other two days, click HERE.   I’ve got a couple of cards and a tag to share with you today!!!!

My first card features the “wonderful” die from this collection. I partially stamped a sentiment from the Good Things Stamp Set (from the Counting Blessing stamp of approval that also released today) and then adhered the wonderful. :). I stamped the sentiment onto an alcohol inked background with Midnight ink and heat embossed in black. I added some of the polka dots from the Doin’ the polka stamp set. Who doesn’t love polka dots???

For my next project, I wanted to focus on the new Square Dance stencil so I decided to make a card and coordinating tag.

 

I started by inking up the stencil with It’s a Girl and Shea Butter ink and the spritzed it with water and “stamped” with it by pressing the stencil onto a piece of watercolored cardstock. It gave me a beautiful print to work with.

Sentiment courtesy of the Good Things Stamp set. I love the bold sentiments and how fun they are designed. So happy this has finally released.

For my card, I did the same thing that I did above, inking up and stamping with the stencil. One dry, I offset the stencil a bit and applied some whipped spackle thru the stencil. It elevated the stencil to a whole new level.

See how you can still see the design from the “stamped” stencil and then the designed and raised dimension from the whipped spackle? And I just adore that “wonderful” die so I used it again…..

Click HERE to shop the entire release. The supplies I used for my projects are linked below.

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Catherine is giving away some goodies to 5 lucky commenters, so be sure to comment on all the hoppers posts…

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78 Comments

  1. nurse6b says:

    I aso love the squaredance stencil!! Love your backgrounds!!

  2. Amy Cooley says:

    Pretty backgrounds…love the colors!

  3. Awesome cards! I don’t use my stencils this way very often I need to get back to that.

  4. Sharon O says:

    Love your cards and tag with the stunning backgrounds! Terrific release items to work with.

  5. Theresa Robinson says:

    Great cards Laurel! I love the how the spackle looks with the stamped stencil…very cool!

  6. Beautiful card and tag x

  7. Karen K. says:

    Love these!! Especially the alcohol ink background on the first card…gorgeous Laurel!

  8. lilola66 says:

    Beautiful card!!

  9. Sue D says:

    Wonderful cards and tag. I like the backgrounds.

  10. Beautiful projects. I love the colors and the textures. Thanks for sharing .

  11. becab33324 says:

    Love the yummy artsiness of your card & tag.
    Beautiful.

  12. Wonderful backgrounds! Love the colors and texture that make he sentiments pop! Thanks for sharing.

  13. Theresa Harrison says:

    Very creative cards … beautiful!

  14. Your backgrounds are always fantastic, Laurel!

  15. Jill D says:

    Nice cards. I already bought that stencil, today. So cool.

  16. Beautiful cards! Love the background colors, awesome job. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Laurel you work inspires me.

  18. Gorgeous project Laurel!!!

  19. Dee Earnshaw says:

    wonderful cards and tags – they are so beautifully designed:)

  20. Lindar C says:

    Beautiful! I need to try that stencil technique.

  21. Elaine Cook says:

    The cards and tag are so cool! Love those backgrounds, especially the stencil effect with the spackle and how the colors still come through!!

  22. Phyllis Sinclair says:

    Love your cards and tag.

  23. Nana Griffin says:

    The background is lovely on the first card. Lovely colors.

  24. Tara Prince says:

    Just wonderful!!

  25. Beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing.

  26. Gorgeous. Simpy love the first card. The coloring on the word in the second is amazing!

  27. Deborah Kaye says:

    Wonderful cards! I love the Celebrate Everything one especially!

  28. ambecoming says:

    You are SO clever! I had to look to see how you did your accent strip–never thought that it was the background stamp! and I really like that stencil. I have been so inspired by all the different looks people on the hop have gotten from it. Lesson: look for other ways to use things. Beautiful results!!! Thank you.

  29. Donna Hawkins says:

    I love these. Your designs are always amazing Laurel.

  30. Lillian Meyer says:

    Wow beautiful work it looks like it took time to create ty for sharing.

  31. Dana M says:

    Terrific projects! So happy, colorful and fun.

  32. Jan Arnold says:

    Laurel, As usual, beautiful! Love both cards and the tag is fantastic. The result of adding the mousse offset on the final card is awesome> Your ideas always inspire me! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  33. Terri Mansfield says:

    Inking a stencil? Genius right there Laurel!!! These are beautiful and I am gonna give this one a try. TFS

  34. Connie Hinkle says:

    I LOVE these cards and the colors that you used!!!!

  35. Holly Paplow says:

    I LOVE the first card! I lov ethe water color background and the colors you used.

  36. Stacey Kowbel says:

    Such beautiful cards! Love the colours you’ve used!

  37. Love your stenciled card and tag. That stencil is so awesome.

  38. Rhonda Price says:

    Laurel, such great ideas! Beautiful!

  39. Elaine Johnson says:

    I love the shea butter and its a girl color combo. One of my favorites since i was in elementary school.

  40. Denise Bryant says:

    Gorgeous cards and tag! Love the colors and textures!

  41. carla williams says:

    your backgrounds are popping and i love that

  42. Lori A Walker says:

    I bought some whipped spackle but haven’t used it yet. I’m going to have to try it now! There’s no looking back!

  43. Mary Holshouser says:

    Love the background on the first card. it’s
    wonderful to not be sure what you are going
    to get until the card is dry. Always a happy
    outcome though. The stenciling coloring
    is great. Cute tag and card.
    thanks for sharing
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  44. Michelle Hackett says:

    I absolutely love the texture you add to the wonderful card with the square dance stencil. Such a beautiful look.

  45. Beautiful cards and design. Love all the texture and colors.

  46. Laura Miller says:

    Love the alcohol inked background. And you did some really creative stuff on the “wonderful” card with that fabulous new stencil. Thank you for the inspiration.

  47. Rae Moan says:

    Love your cards and tag!

  48. Iris M Soscia says:

    So pretty – love your use of stencils.

  49. Sharon youngblood says:

    Beautifully designed cards, I Love the alcohol back ground, it so beautiful. I have just started playing with Alcohol inks,I have a ways to go ….

  50. Sue Smith says:

    Terrific cards. I loved reading how you created the backgrounds for the cards and tag. Thanks ☺

  51. ANDREA HASTILOW says:

    Great colourful cards and a matching tag for gift, so delicate but beautiful, I really like these, lots of ideas x

  52. More polka dots. Love them. Great cards and techniques. Thank you for sharing.

  53. Great cards and tag, Laurel! Love them! ♥♥♥

  54. MelissaF says:

    Beautiful cards and tag! Love the alcohol inked and stencil watercolored background with t his awesome wonderful word die

  55. Kelsey Thomas says:

    Love your background! 🙂

  56. Sharon L. says:

    Great how just a turn of the stencil and a little more texture turns a background into art.

  57. Vickie Buehler says:

    Love how you’ve used these products, Laurel! Always so fun to see your cards!

  58. Kira N. says:

    I love your projects! The backgrounds are gorgeous!

  59. Debbie P says:

    Great cards.

  60. dawnnz says:

    what great projects Laurel. Love each and every one of them.

  61. izzyscrap says:

    Two great cards ! Love the alcohol inked background on the first card, it pops up so beautifully the bold sentiment. And a very artsy background with your stencilled card. Fabulous showcase. thanks for sharing.

  62. Patti Bailey says:

    Great cards Laurel! I especially love the first one!

  63. Nancy-Anne Rockwell says:

    That first card is frame worthy! Its like a beautiful painting. Well done. You’ve inspired me

  64. Donna Kalinowsky says:

    I love the pastel effect of your watercolor and the alcohol ink background has the same subtle effect. Really great cards.

  65. Sandy Mcallister says:

    Suoer cards The alcohol ink watercolor looks is really pretty

  66. Sandy says:

    I love the texture from the whipped spackle!

  67. susan r wareham says:

    Very Creative projects! Hows the snow up your way LOL ya not funny can not believe we are having a snow storm Now in March UGH

  68. Wow ! You’ve made such an incredible job with the backgrounds !
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  69. I thought that first card was watercolor, because it was a little more muted than many alcohol ink backgrounds that I’ve seen. I think that’s great to know that one can achieve that look with alcohol inks! And the reinker cards are really nice too. I love the offset spackle one; that’s such a cool look! Thanks so much for sharing these great techniques with us!

  70. Jnana Bryant says:

    Loved, loved, loved all the backgrounds of your cards and tag! Wow! Beautiful!

  71. Amante del Papel says:

    Your background are stunning and so beautiful!!!

  72. Jean marmo says:

    Such a beautiful card.

  73. LOVE the watercolor effect!

  74. Cynthia Koop says:

    Really cool cards! The Square Dance stencil is on my wish list. I love the colors you used.

  75. Alli Shrewsbury says:

    I could get lost staring at the purple and blue card! It’s beautiful and hypnotic!

  76. Cheryl Jones says:

    I love what you did with the stencil.

  77. I wish you’d stop making these wonderful cards ….NOT!

  78. Janice Hatt says:

    Your “wonderful” is wonderful. Thank you.

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