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>> Thursday, November 17, 2016

Welcome and Happy Thursday!

Our final challenge winner is.....

Elizabeth Hart

Congrats, you are the winner from our Nature's Bounty Challenge!  
Please contact us at to claim your prize. 

We'd like to thank you all for participating in our Challenges (all 253 of them!)  over the years 
 You created some pretty amazing stuff!

Stained Glass Tutorial

in 4 easy steps!

Step 1: Choosing your stamps
 I'm working with our Small Rectangle Stained Glass and our Polka Dot Flower Trio.  Keep in mind that your 2nd image needs to have plenty of coloring space for this to work.

Step 2:  Stamping

Stamp the stained glass rectangle and then stamp your second image right on top using the same ink.  I used black dye ink.

Step 3:  Coloring

Color in your second image first using the appropriate colors.  Then choose 1-3 coordinating colors for the background.  I chose to keep it simple by just using 1 shade of blue since there was already a lot of color in the flower image.

Step 4:  Mounting

I kept my background rather simple as well, wanting to keep the focus on the stained glass!

That's it - pretty simple right??

Thanks so much for visiting!


Shelia said...

Great tutorial on using the stain glass images. I like the look of this one with the trio of flowers. Beautiful card, Sue.

Gail said...

Congrats to winner - sad to see you close the challenge - best wishes on your new adventures

nwilliams6 said...

Sue, tis is a great tutorial and pretty results. Makes me want to go make a stain glass creation right now. Hugz

Robin Clendenning said...

Awesome Sue! Love your tutorials! Love the card design and the way you brought out the design on the stain glass...I would have freaked!!! You did such a great job!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is terrific, Sue! Those flowers take on a whole new look w/ the stained glass on top.

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