Saturday, 4 June 2016

New In Colours Card Set and a Video Tutorial too! Part of the Jems Monthly Blog Hop.

Hello, 
And welcome to this, the second month in the monthly Jems Blog Hop, I can't believe a whole month has gone by since the last hop, there's been so much happening in the SU! world with all the new catalogue excitement! 
So, you should have hopped here from the lovely Sharons blog {you can find all the blog links for June's hop HERE if you get lost}and this month we are showcasing the lovely NEW In Colours. I have used an Ink, Spritz and Scrunch technique for these cards and I have made a quick video too, so be sure to scroll through to see it ;-)
Let's start with Sweet Sugarplum...
 And a close up of the die cut word, it's all sparkly IRL (in real life ;-)) Hint: how to make this is in the video too ;-)
Dapper Denim - I'm a navy kinda gal and so I have used this colour quite a few times already. Keep an eye out here for new combos with this colour coming very soon.
 OK, so it's no secret (especially if you visit here a lot) that I also love pink. A lot. So, unsurprisingly I think I would have to say that this is my favourite colour of all the new ones - Flirty Flamingo.
 Emerald Envy, I have seen a lot of this colour in the shops since SU! announced the new colours. They really are right on trend with all of them this year!
 And Peekaboo Peach, this seems to be the "Marmite" colour, you either love it or hate it! I'm in the love it camp and it goes just great with Flirty Flamingo!
OK, so who wants to see my little video sharing how to get these inky backgrounds?
So, which is your favourite new In Colour?
Well, I hope you enjoyed todays post? It's time now to hop onto the lovely Julie's blog next or if you've missed one, hop back to Sharon's blog, she's the very first one! 
 Thanks for looking today!
  
Stampin' Hugs,
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26 comments:

  1. Lovely makes- I really like the inky background effects! Yes to watching the video :-)

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    1. Thanks Lucy, glad you liked this technique xx

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  2. I love this technique, it makes such striking cards. Thanks for the fantastic video tutorial. X

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  3. Your lovely design showcases the colours beautifully!!
    xx

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  4. Fab cards! Always great to learn a new technique, must try this one out! Great video too xx

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    1. Cheers Samantha, I hope you do give it a go, it's so easy and fun! Xx

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  5. Love these Sarah Jane... stunning... I think I will just have to watch your video and give it a go..

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    1. Go for it Amanda, whatch that video ;-) xx

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  6. Fabulous cards, and a great video tutorial, I'll definitely be trying that technique later!

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  7. I love how you did the backgrounds with the acetate, spritzer and ink!

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  8. Love them all Sarah-Jane! I'm with you in the 'I love Peekaboo Peach' camp too. Love how you've done & background. x

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    1. Ooh, finally another liker for the peach :-)

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  9. Fab technique, very effective x

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  10. They are fabulous Sarah Jane. Anne x

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  11. Fab makes and thanks for the tutorial will definately have a go at that technique x

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    1. Thanks Karyn, it's really fun! Enjoy xx

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  12. off to try this - I'm sure I'll end up with ink up to my elbows as usual, but it looks to good to not try!

    Thanks for sharing

    Sarah L

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    1. Inky elbow is the new black you know, Sarah ;-)

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  13. LOVE LOVE LOVE these cards! Really want to try this :) Thank you for the inspiration xx

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