Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Sparkle N Sprinkle's March 2013 Blog Hop

If you found your way here by way of Anne Temple, awesome. If not, please click HERE to get started at the beginning of the hop.  And thank you so much for joining us!

Our March theme is "My Favorite Technique". 
The Splash or Puddling technique is so different from just about any other technique. Here, I first added different colors of glitter on the foil, then added dry ep and heated. Follow the instructions in the link, above, and you'll be amazed at the beautiful, unique creations you'll come up with.

For instructions and a complete list of products used to make this card, please visit HERE.




Sparkle N Sprinkle's March specials can be found HERE.

Every month Sparkle N Sprinkle has a Creative Challenge. Please join us for all the fun. And there are prizes to be won!

Be sure to leave a comment on each and every person's blog. That way you're eligable for some very nice prizes.

Your Sparkle N Sprinkle Blog Hop Hostesses this month are: Marie, Dawn, Cammy, Barbara, Karin, Jackie, Julie, Shanna, April, Brigita, Shona, AnneKaralee (me), Brenda .

Now it's on to Brenda.

Thanks again for joining us and all your wonderful comments.


42 comments:

  1. Love the puddles/splash technique - it's a great way to combine lots of embossing powders in a fun textured embellishment :)

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  2. Fabulous card, love that technique and must try it very soon! Great job!

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  3. Really like this technique and the end result is quite pretty I am going to have to try this myself. Your card is beautiful.

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  4. Very pretty, Karalee. I will have to try this one. I have not seen it before.

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  5. Hi, Karalee. What a pretty combination of elements inside your EP puddle! Looks great with that butterfly image and the glassy embellishments! Lovely card. hugs, de

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  6. Karalee,
    What fun and interesting this card is! Very unique. I will have to try it out! Such a creative spin on the technique, love it!!

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  7. I love this technique! and you did a beautiful job with it...your card is up at the store too:)

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  8. Beautiful card. Love the technique.

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  9. What a pretty result. OK, so how do I find the time today to try out all these techniques that I had forgotten about? Great card Karalee!

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  10. I can't wait to try this tech. TFS!

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  11. Beautiful! I haven't worked much with foil, but your lovey card makes we want to try.

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  12. This looks great, I haven't tried anything like this yet.

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  13. Love this card. Interesting technique, great colors. A must try.

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  14. This is so pretty! What a great technique for when I'm feeling reckless and just can't decide which powders to use. =) This is going to be really fun to try!

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  15. Fantastic card. What a great technique. love the colors you used. Thanks for the inspiration to try something new and different.

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  16. Gorgeous! I love all the colors in the butterflies! I am going to have to try this technique out because I really love the effect it gives! Thanks for sharing with me!

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  17. That is such a beautiful and colorful card using all those different glitters and EP for that fabulous look. I might give this a go as well as I like what you did. I bet it has a sort of surprise element to it as you don't know for sure what the end result will be like. That sounds fun!

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  18. Wow!!! That is a beautiful card. Fabulous color. TFS

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  19. Love your card. This technique is so very cool looking.

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  20. What a lovely card. I'll have to try this.

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  21. Wow how Beautiful. love the embossing of the Butterfly is Awesome. thanks for sharing.

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  22. I have tried this only once without success, maybe I will give a go again. Thank you

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  23. Very pretty card. I will have to go to the tutorials to learn more about this technique. Thanks.

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  24. This is a neat technique. I've done something similar, but haven't added the colors like you did. Now I have an excuse to try it again. Great job.
    Candy Meyers

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  25. Rosalinda Cruz: very nice technique. Makes the butterflies look nice. Butterflies are meant to have many beautiful colors.

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  26. What a creative blog hop! Can't wait to try it out - just when I thought that everybody was doing the same old thing, I find this hop which is unique for sure! TFS

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  27. I've got everything to do this technique. Now I'll have to get it done. Great idea.

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  28. All the favorite techniques are so different and this is one I have never heard of or seen. Wish I could see your project in person because I'll bet it just SHINES!

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  29. What a fun technique. Great card. Love the butterflies.

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  30. Love the colors.

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  31. Beautiful card and colors.

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  32. I have learned so many new techniques on this blog hop. Thanks so much. I like the way you tore the paper around your melted ep. The glitter in it is so pretty too.

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  33. Another great technique I haven't used in AGES! Thanks for the reminder about how fun and pretty this turns out! Really cool look to how your "puddle" came out!!

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  34. Beautiful card & very cool technique! This is one that I will try soon!

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  35. Karalee very pretty card a what a neat technique another one I will have to give a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Cool idea and thanks for sharing a new technique with me.

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  37. Such and AWESOME card! I just love you choice of color and the puddling technique. Thank you for sharing.

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  38. Beautiful card. Love the color and shine.

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  39. I haven't used this technique in a long time. Love all the color in your "puddle". Great card.

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