Wednesday, September 30, 2015


     Hello everyone!  Wow, it's almost October.  This year is flying by and my busyness has been really making it move.  Sorry I haven't been around to visit.  I'm trying.
     Don't know if you managed to catch this awesome video from Papertrey Ink on Two-toned Stamped sentiments, but it really caught my attention and I had to have a play.  You need to use a rather large sentiment so I pulled out this one from Neat and Tangled and decided that Purple Onion Designs Chloe would be the perfect accompaniment.

Copics Used:
bunny E31, E33, E35, R20, R30
clothing BV04, BV17
flower Y19, YR68, YG03

     Be blessed!

Paper--Recollections, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Purple Onion Designs "Chloe" from Stacey Yacula's A Beautiful Day collections, Neat and Tangled "Kindness Matters"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Black Onyx, Versamark
Miscellaneous--Simon Says Stamp white embossing powder


  1. Such a gorgeous card Tracy, an adorable image and amazing design.
    hugs Sue xx

  2. Love this card! So clean & simple, and the effect from the two-toned sentment is gorgeous!
    Sorry for not being around lately, too busy LOL:) - see you have made lots of beautiful creations for inspiration - thanks!
    Hugs Kjersti:)

  3. Love this! I did miss the tutorial, along with so much else. Need to go find it. Love your card!xo

  4. What a cool technique! And you lined the words up perfectly. Black and white is so classic, and "Chloe" is adorable. Hugs, Geri N

  5. Tracy, what a very neat technique and wonderful look with the black and white!! And what a cutie Chloe is! Just darling! I love the simple and yet elegant and cool look! Hugs!

  6. Really cute card Tracy....& thanks for the link to the tutorial!
    Hugs, Renee

  7. SO very cute! I love how you come up with some of the best layouts I've ever seen! Love the lettering.

  8. Woah....what the heck? This is beyond groovy. Absolutely makes me smile. Something fun, something new...I LOVE it!!!

  9. OMGosh, I LOVE that treatment with the stripes! How COOL!

  10. Great technique, and I just adore that bold background for your soft bunny!

  11. Another stunning card, Tracy! Love the two-toned stamped sentiment technique! I really want to give this a try soon :-)


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