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Welcome to the Misti (My Sweet Petunia) & Unity Blog Hop!
Everyone who leaves a comment on all the blogs in the hop will go into a drawing for 3 prize packs from Unity and winner’s choice of an Original or Mini MISTI. Just comment by May 30th at noon Central to be eligible. Winners will be posted on both the Unity Blog and the My Sweet Petunia blogs on May 31st.

If you arrived here from Donna Baes blog, you’re in the right place. Have you been totally amazed by the projects so far? There’s still more to come so please get comfy! I’ve been in love with my Misti for a while now..I rarely ever stamp without it & I know I’ve barely scratched the surface of all I can do with it. And when I received these fab images from Unity, I couldn’t wait to work with them! The styles of these images are so diverse…just how I like things.

My first card started with a Brusho background I made ages ago. It’s sort of how I imagine deep space would look & thought it would look good behind this happy little girl, who’s in her own little world, blissfully swinging from a star. Remember that feeling, as if you’re flying? I put her in my Misti, stamped, colored her w/ Copics then overstamped her. Please check out the last card for the comparison on how big a difference this makes. Below is the inside, using leftovers from the front & next to it are the Copics I used.


Maybe this lovely lady is the little girl, all grown up, and so stylishly attired.  I love all the little hearts floating around her & the bouquet of tulips she’s holding. 


On Monday, I saw a technique challenge on Splitcoaststampers (TLC639) called “Smack Down” (click the link to check it out). So I took the solid heart image from the set and made the background using Distress inks in pinks & oranges. She was done separately, colored & fussy cut & popped up to give her a little separation from the background. I used the Misti to line up where I wanted to put her & stamped the hearts onto the background before attaching her. Below is the inside & Copics I used.



This last card, features this whimsical mushroom & adorable little snail. I love coloring mushrooms in fantastical colors but sometimes it can be hard to blend such different colors. So a lot of times I’ll color them first w/ Copics then blend over this w/ Prismacolor pencils, as I did here. It just gives the blends a softer look.

I’ve shown this on different posts a time or two, but it always amazes me what a difference stamping after coloring makes. See for yourself…the after overstamping pic on the right is so much clearer & darker than the before. And if you use Prismacolor pencils to color, this difference can be HUGE! Sometimes I’ll stamp over using Versafine, but this was just with the same Memento ink I used originally. That way if I want to color more, I can. (Click any pic to make larger.)

Here’s what I did w/ the greeting. After stamping it in black, I shifted the paper up and left just a tad, cleaned off the stamp & stamped it again w/ pistachio ink, taping off the bottom half so only the top part would stamp. (I stamped the greeting on the plastic sheet that comes w/ a stamp-a-ma-jig to make sure it was lined up correctly, so that’s why the one on the left appears a little blurry.) This is a great way to add a little color to a greeting.

Here’s the inside & the Copics I used.

Now I’ll send you on your way to Mandi Mance‘s blog.  Here’s the entire blog list, in case you get lost:

My Sweet Petunia

Julie Warner (you are here!)

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

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A big congrats to Shirley, the newest Featured Stamper on Splitcoast! She has lovely little gallery and I chose THIS to case. I kept the flowers theme & framing, but I used different images, different colors,  added a couple of frames & made mine a sympathy card.

After die cutting the white panel a couple of times, I sponged the pinks & aquas onto the center one, then stamped the greeting &  flower branch w/ the gray ink. A little color was added to the flowers & I used a white gel pen for the centers. The narrowest stitched frame was sponged aqua to match (since I didn’t have any card stock to match) & I added a gray mat inside. The dogwoods were stamped w/ gray, lightly colored w/ Copics & fussy cut to add on top of the frame. 

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used. 


Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs My Heart to Yours, Flower Branch, Dogwood Branch (insideNo Words)
Paper: Staples 110# white, gray
Ink: Memento gray flannel, Distress inks spun sugar, Victorian velvet, tumbled glass
Accessories:  Copic markers, Misti, Spellbinders A2 matting basics B dies, ODBD double stitched rectangles dies, white gel pen

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A big congrats to Donna, the newest Featured Stamper on Splitcoast (FS536)! After much browsing, I chose THIS to case. I admit my case doesn’t look a lot (really anything) like her card, lol. I literally focused (tongue in cheek) on the camera & my card just kind of grew from there. After I had the camera die cut, I thought it went really well w/ the greeting, then I needed something to have a picture of…and that’s how it went.

So after I stamped & colored the flamingo scene, I added the die cut frames, the camera & split the greeting w/ the first part on the little flag & the rest on the lower frame.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.


Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Flamingo Scene, Picture Perfect (insidePalm Tree, Wherever You Go)
Paper: Staples 110# white, pink, teal, scrap of black
Ink: Memento tuxedo black (Distress inks used to sponge inside)
Accessories:  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B, A2 curved matting basics B dies, MFT camera & Blueprints 21 (flag) dies

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