Thursday, July 19, 2012

Impression Obsession CHA peek #4

The Impression Obsession team is showcasing some new images being introduced this week at CHA! You can visit the I.O. Blog each day this week for links to the previews. Be sure to leave a comment on each designer's posts throughout the week for a chance to win a gift certificate daily from Impression Obsession!


Here are some more images from my new release - I used the inked Honeycomb Cover-a-Card stamp to 'kiss' the Bird Line image after inking it up. The focal panel is filled in with the French Ledger stamp, Passport Collage, and the Beads stencil from Crafter's Workshop, and I used the Ticking Cover-a-Card on the background panel.

Remember to check out the details for our newest customer challenge at the IO Blog if you'd like another chance to win a $25 gift certificate! The theme is "Fly Away", so anything with wings will work!! See you tomorrow for our final hop day. ♥

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Thanks for stopping by!

31 comments:

  1. I love this set of birds. You're so creative.

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  2. Love the kissing technique you used and the different layers on the main image.

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  3. Very cool technique using the honeycomb on the bird image!

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  4. Love this stamp- and your technique- the stencil and ticking BG are a great effect. Safe travels- we have a daughter leaving in a week for China- for a year.......

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  5. Love the kissing! Great bird images!!

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  6. Really cool card and love the techniques.

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  7. Dina, I'm so enjoying your new stamp line, and the ways of using the CAC on the bold images. This is a wonderful card with a fantastic background! Thanks for the ideas, and for sharing your cards!

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  8. I have not tried the kissing technique, but I love the look. This is a lovely card using lots of stamps . Thanks for your inspiration.

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  9. That stamped panel looks fantastic! Wonderful technique, and I really do love the silhouetted birds!

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  10. great treatment on the birds! nice card

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  11. I really love the "kissing" technique but can't seem to master it like you have. I love the subtle colors in this card. Really beautiful.

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  12. Love the way you did the birds with that technique! Wonderful card.
    Lynn

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  13. Very clever card! I love the Bird Line image! Using the kiss technique on it is a great idea!
    DeniseB

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  14. These birds are awesome and your method of giving them a pattern is cool.

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  15. Love the way you did the birds. The SOAR is great on the bottom...
    PH

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  16. Love the 'kissing' of the birds!

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  17. Wow! You have really done a lot with this. I would love to be able to soar again - maybe next week!!
    Sandy

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  18. Beautiful card, I love how you've layered the images. Shirley

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  19. Fabulous card. Love the shades of brown.

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  20. Beautifully done! LOVE this new image!

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  21. Love the kissing technique! Looks simply fabulous!

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  22. this set of birds is so pretty!

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  23. Love the birds, the honeycomb "kissing" on them and the wonderful layers on your card! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. I love how you did this, it's awesome

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  25. What an awesome card! Love those birds.

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  26. Awesome card! Love your bird stamps! Very cool background effect as well. Thanks for sharing!

    Katie B.

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  27. Love the way colors and textures blend so well!

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  28. Very pretty card. Love the techniques used and I really like the lettering.

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  29. Beautiful birds. Love the honeycomb.

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  30. Very nice card - love those bird stamps! Nelda

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  31. Birds on a wire.... They can be so much!

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