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Monday, September 28, 2009

Technique Junkies Treasure Hunt

Technique Junkies Treasure HUNT! Hello Friends and Welcome to your next stop on the Technique Junkies Treasure Hunt. I hope you will find my sneak peak technique a real 'jewel' along your blog hop today! I loved Jane Bosi's project! She is so talented!! If you didn't arrive here from Jane's blog, begin your treasure hunt at The Technique Junkies blog and gather all the clues you need at each of the designers blogs.
My technique is Faux Turquoise Stones. I arranged the pieces into a necklace form and added half pearls to complete the look. The background paper is Black Suede from Paper Temptress... it is so easy to stamp on and the feel is so luxurious! Just perfect for a jeweled necklace:)
The clue I have for you is the letter- "O" (as in "O"h my gosh I cant wait to try all the techniques!).
Your next step is to hop along to Chris Dickinsons blog to collect your next clue!
Credits- Stamps by I Brake for Stamps, specialty papers by Paper Temptress
Happy Hunting!
Kimm

27 comments:

Chrissy D said...

Beautiful necklace Kimm! I love this technique!

Lynn Stevens said...

can't believe this is tamped!

Lisa Somerville said...

The Faux Necklace turned out beautifully Kimm!

Juliet A said...

I feel like I've seen this before - did you design the two cent stamp? (just kidding, it's beautiful)

Elaine A said...

Kimm -

STUNNING! Absolutely wonderful. As someone who used turquoise in her jewelry making, I must tell you, this is fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing.

Elaine Allen

Sandra said...

WOW! - that is really neat!
Thanks for sharing!
Sandra

Tammy said...

"O" yes! You are right - I can't wait to try all of these techniques! This technique looks soooo real!

stamps&cars said...

Very fun! Hope your wedding time was lovely. HA!......love the 2 cent stamp comment....so true.

Ceal said...

Beautiful!

Stampin_melissa said...

Oohh Kimm, gorgeous!! Love it!

Shelly Hickox said...

This is such an awesome technique! I love what you've done with it.

christina d said...

Beautiful!! I love your stones and choice of paper too!

Debbie Yates said...

"O" what a great card! I can't wait to try this technique and scraplift your card!

laury55 said...

your necklace is so beautiful...love it

Becky in East Tennessee said...

Kimm, wow! I am not playing in the search...but this is truly amazing and beautiful!

Priscilla said...

Wow, this is fabulous! I love the faux stone look. Absolutely fabulous !

Beth Norman said...

Are you amazing or what?! Awesome, awesome work.

StampinCarol said...

Wow! This is gorgeous!!nc

Diana said...

This is beautiful..I'm definitely going to have to play with this tech.

Thanks

Paula said...

Wow-look like the real thing!

StampinCathy said...

This is just stunning and so inspiring.

Jane Wetzel said...

wow...is all i can say here...very cool...

Manna said...

Wowza! This is gorgeous and beautifully done!

Martha said...

Gorgeous necklace card! Such a fresh idea in cards. Thanks!

Deb H said...

This is simply FABULOUS! Your faux necklace really makes this card unique.

shellpole said...

Oh what a pretty necklace!

stephanie said...

What a beautiful necklace.