Friday, April 29, 2011

Artsy Addicts Blog Hop Technique Video


Hi everyone!
Welcome to Artsy Addicts Technique Blog Hop...1st Blog Hop but not the last =) So sit back and relax as you visit 24 amazing designers featuring projects inspired by the theme 'Our favorite Technique'!


I made a you tube video showing you my favorite technique so now its time to sit back and relax.

If you have arrived here from Chrys Kamps then you are in the right place and I hope you are enjoying your journey. If you just stopped by to say hello and want to join the hop then click here to start from the top.



Now Its time for my blog Candy!!!!!
I will be giving away one package of Vintage Trinkets autographed by the our favorite Designer Marion Smith =) But in order for you to enter the drawing you must leave a comment below...Good Luck everyone!! The lucky winner will be announced here 5/2 so make sure to come back =)


Your next stop is with Kimberly =)

36 comments:

  1. STUNNING!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome technique. Now I have another wish list item to buy. Definitely want to try this out with all my new flowers from Iamroses. Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful!!!!

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  2. Wonderful-always love another way to use my melting pot. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I love making flowers and this one is totally on my must do list ;) Ps. O live the music playing in the background : )

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  4. The glittered flower is gorgeous! :)

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  5. Karla, I want to try this technique (off to buy a melting pot)!

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  6. Great project! I have got to get the melting pot and try this

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  7. Fantastic!!!! Now I need to get myself a melting pot and some Utee. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. After visiting on a few of the talented women on this blog hop my wish list is already big :-) I love your flowers and I am now a follower of your blog. Please follow me http://huneebcreations.blogspot.com

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  9. Ooooh I love your technique, the flowers are gorgeous!!! I so love the glitter and have to try that! Have fun today with Marion and the girls ♥HUGZ♥

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  10. Holy smokes this technique MELTS MY HEART!!! soooo love this, must try it out. thanks for sharing.

    Peggy Lee
    http://pegbaker.blogspot.com

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  11. Wow! The flowers look like porcelain! I love how the last flower sparkles. I need to try this ASAP LOL! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. very pretty that place looks so fun I wish I wasnt so far away !!

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  13. Loved this technique so much thatt I watched it twice! TFS!

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  14. Beautiful flowers Karla. thanks for sharing!

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  15. Karla... I love these gorgeous flowers... they look like they are resin products when finished. Beautiful technique and so easy. Thanks for sharing this

    hugs
    Darlene

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  16. Great technique, loveliness!!! Thanks for sharing, Julia.

    www.straydreamsblog.blogspot.com

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  17. I so NEED a melting pot. :)
    TFS
    angelia
    www.angeliaspapercrafts.blogspot.com

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  18. I was just going to buy a melting pot yesterday. Girl, I'm going back to Michael's now with my coupon. Love. TFS

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  19. I have UT on hand but no melting pot, so off to the craft store to get one. I sooo want to try out this technique especially with the glitter. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing this technique.

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  20. Love this technique! I bought a melting pot eons ago and have not used it yet! Another must try! TFS! :)

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  21. Love making flowers and this technique is awesome. This has been one of the best hops ever.
    new follower.
    nana5604 at gmail dot com

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  22. Gorgeous technique for flowers, yours are beautiful. TFS

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  23. Flower technique is gorgeous, tfs...Hugz KimScrapper YT

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  24. Those flowers are beautiful. Love the final result. Thanks for sharing. Johanne L.

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  25. Cool video. Love the flowers. They are so pretty.

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  26. This is awesome!!!!! The flowers came out beautiful!!!!

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  27. W0w - you make it look so easy! Already a follower :)

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  28. those flowers will be a focal point on my pages...thank for sharing

    Janie from Florida

    ps. music in background sounds like you are demonstrating in a mall LOL

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  29. Yay I love the gardenia flowers very pretty and the glitter just made it fabulous.
    Smoochies my Love great job :)

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  30. Since I loved this technique so much, I went out and bought myself a melting pot and some utee. Now I just have to be patient to wait for my flowers to show up from iamroses...lol!!!! You enabler...lol!

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  31. wow the flowers are gorgeous. I am getting out my melting pot!!

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