Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Sparkle N Sprinkle March Blog Hop ~ My Favorite technique

Welcome to the Sparkle N Sprinkle My Favorite technique March blog hop. If you hopped here by way of April Williams, then you are in the right place. Otherwise, you might like to start from the beginning to become eligible for some fabulous prizes. 

I can't believe Easter is almost here..I really need to get working on my cards. I haven't made any yet! Yikes. (except for this one!!)

This month's theme for the blog hop is My Favorite Technique. I was wondering and wondering what I would do -- I don't necessarily have a "favorite" just yet. I am always trying new things, etc. However, I finally decided on something I like to do and have used it on a number of occasions.


Spring is getting closer and closer. I'm as happy as this little rabbit skipping down the lane. :-)

I used distress inks on glossy paper after embossing the bunny and sentiment in White Detail embossing powder. Full instructions here

Thank you for visiting and be sure to leave a comment to be eligible to win a prize (3 are hidden on various blogs). Next up is Shona Erlenborn

46 comments:

  1. Now that is a keep it simple card with tons of pizzazz!!! Love the hot colors!

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  2. Brigita, this is such a cute card for Easter. The colors on your back ground are perfect.

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  3. Fabulous background technique, love those bunnies too! Great job!

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  4. So bright and cheery, Brigita. The bunnies just pop. Great job!

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  5. Hi, Brigita! your colorful, springy Easter card is adorable - sweet, vibrant colors. Wonderful technique, too! Thanks for the inspiration! hugs, de

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  6. Your background paper looks like an Easter egg how fun. This card is really cute!

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  7. Brigita,
    I love the bright colors! Orange and pink is one of my favorite colors to match too. Your Easter card is just too darling! The colors just goes so well to make the white bunny stand out. :) Lovely card! :)

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  8. What fabulous happy colours
    Rosie x

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  9. I'm lovin' the variety of all the techniques!! No one has repeated and they are all great cards...a bright and springy card!

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  10. I love the card. It's great on glossy paper.

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  11. Gorgeous Easter card Gita, I like the design and the colours.
    Kevin xx

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  12. Great idea to use the white bouncing bunnies with the bright Easter colors to show off this technique. Love it Gita.

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  13. I love the colors used. TFS!

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  14. So cute!!! Yes spring is almost here!

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  15. Great colors. Very pretty card.

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  16. I love white embossing over colors -- what a darling card!

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  17. Cute card, very interesting. Have to try this technique. Thanks for showing your talent.

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  18. I love how the bunny is hop, hopping along! I never think about repeating an embossed image like that, but it has a great effect. Thanks for the ideas! So cute!

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  19. Love the bunny hopping along the trail and you've created a fantastic background for him too.

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  20. Absolutely gorgeous!! The colors are stunning and I love the adorable bunnies!! What a beautiful card!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  21. Gorgeous card. Love the colors you used. This is such a great technique, will have to give it a try.

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  22. Great colors! I love how vibrant they are! Your card is divine and anyone who recieves it will be a very "hoppy" person! Thanks for sharing!

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  23. I just adore your card you created and love, love the look you achieved with that technique. It is a perfect background for those embossed bunnies and a fun Easter card creation. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Love the bright colors. Perfect for an Easter card. Another technique to add to my try list.

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  25. This is so cute. I love how the images stand out. TFS.

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  26. Super cute card love the blending technique. this looks just like Dying Easter eggs. thanks for sharing.

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  27. I have used this technique several times. Really like the way you have the bunnies marching across the card.

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  28. Your white bunnies really 'pop' off the front of the card with the beautiful colours behind them. A great technique!

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  29. How cute is this! The bunnies are really making their entrance. I love the way this card pops. Thanks

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  30. Rosalinda Cruz: Very colorful card. Cute bunny stamp.

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  31. I, too, love this technique. No two cards turn out the same. Lots of fun. Great job.
    Thanks,
    Candy Meyers

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  32. Awww, this resist technique is just perfect with those bunny images! love the bright colors too!

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  33. I love the white bunnies with the multi-color background. It looks very much like Spring.

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  34. The white turned out really clear.

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  35. Now this is a cute card! Love the colors, love the pearl swirl, and love the marching bunny. Good job!

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  36. I love the colors that you used for the background. This is a creative but simple technique to make a lovely card.

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  37. How colorful and totally FUN! Love this technique and don't use it often enough! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  38. I love the colors & the technique! I have done this one before and it is a great basic technique that everyone should try. Thanks for sharing!

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  39. I luv the technique you used I have used this technique several times and just luv it more each time. I luv the bunny hopping down the bunny trail Thanks for sharing Brigita

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  40. Like the technique and what a cute card.

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  41. the ink background & white emboss ink is grand

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  42. Love those adorable bunnies and awesome technique, the colors are great too!
    enJOY a lovely weekend,
    Kimberly

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  43. What a fantastic resist style card! One of the days... I might get around to trying one. Thank you for sharing.

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  44. I love this card and technique. SO very cute

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  45. I love this technique and use it often. It makes the images just pop and your lovely background really showed off this cute image.

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