Friday, August 15, 2014

Mini Distress Ink Burlap Panel and a GIVEAWAY!

Hi friends! Did you hear? 
All the Mini Distress Inks have been released from Ranger! 
Happy dance!

My Mini Distress Ink collection is complete!! 
My Distress Mini Tins are full!

Here are the new sets! 
Set #10
Tattered Rose, Squeezed Lemonade, Iced Spruce, Bundled Sage
Set # 11
Shabby Shutters, Festive Berries, Tea Dye, Milled Lavender
Set # 12
Brushed Corduroy, Chipped Saphire, Aged Mahogany, Pine Needles

Don't forget to check out Tim's blog for an awesome video, a giveaway and some links to more amazing projects! 

My project today features the very first set of Tim's cling mount set, Nature's Moments by Stampers Anonymous CMS001.  

 I love these flowers. I have used this set over and over again. 

To start our project we are going to work backwards. Visualize the colors and placement of the flowers and color the Watercolor Cardstock with Distress Ink on an Ink Blending Tool. 

Dry ink with a heat tool. It's important to dry the ink so the Embossing Powder doesn't stick to this ink. 

Stamp the flowers with Distress Embossing Ink positioning it over the colored areas. 

Apply Clear Embossing Powder over the stamped flowers and shake off excess.

Heat the Embossing Powder with a heat tool. 

Apply dark Distress Ink like Chipped Sapphire over the card. The embossed areas will act like a resist. 

I also added some Pine Needle Distress Ink at the bottom. Continue to layer the ink until you get good coverage. 

Postion the Dot Fade stencil and spritz with water, blot off excess water, lift stencil carefully and blot again with a towel. 

Love how the ink lightened to create the texture in the background. Ahh…the magic of Distress!

Potion the Latticework stencil, spritz with water, blot off excess water, remove stencil and blot off excess water. 

Look at all the lovely layers! 

Lay a piece of copier paper over the embossed images. Iron with a hot iron to lift the embossing off the flowers. Repeat using a new piece of copier paper each time until the embossing over the flowers is lifted. 

See how the embossing is lifted off onto the copier paper. 

Tear the all the edges to fit the Burlap Panel. 

Distress the edges with a Paper Distresser and add Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink with an Ink Blending tool. 

Cut a piece of brown Kraft'Core to 5 1/2" x 7 1/2",  sand the cardstock with a sanding grip, distress the edges with a Paper Distresser and ink with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink on an Ink Blending Tool.

Ink the edges of the Burlap Panel with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink on an Ink Blending Tool. 

Apply a generous amount of Multi Medium to the back of the Corners and place on opposing corners. 

Use rubber bands to hold the Corners on while the Multi Medium dries. 

Sew around the edge a few times if desired. 

Choose some ChitChat words, ink the edges with Distress Ink on an Ink Blending Tool and add to the background. 

Add Remnant Rubs

Color Crinkle Ribbon with Distress Ink and wrap around your hand three times.

Tie ribbon with another piece of Crinkle Ribbon around Burlap Panel. 

Don't forget to use a square knot. 

Attach a Heart Charm with a Jump Ring to a Wire Pin then pin to the bow. Can't wait to hang it on the wall! 

This could be YOUR lucky day to win one of these prizes! That means 4 chances to win and it could be you, I'll keep my fingers crossed. Leave me a comment by midnight on Sunday, August 17th and this just might be your lucky day! 

Thanks for stopping in!
Richele

Here's the products I used, just click on the links below and it will take you over to the Simon Says Store!

205 comments:

  1. That's gorgeous! I've never thought of using embossing powder as a resist and then ironing it off.

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  2. Ooooh absolutely gorgeous make and the burlap just finishes it off perfectly, thanks so much for the chance to win a set.

    sam21@ntlworld dot com

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  3. Loving the stencils and other techniques! :-)

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  4. Stunning!! Thank you for showing us the incredible versatility of the products. I always love your tutorials. And thank you for this opportunity to win those adorable mini distress inks. The tin is unbelievably clever.

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  5. Wow! Love it. I have those stamps, I am going to do it right now!! Thanks

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  6. What a great technique. And I too am doing my happy dance for those pretty little minis, however i'm sure no one wants to be witness to that!

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    1. Just to clarify I was alone when the happy dance happened here!! lol

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  7. Liked all your different techniques - I have those stencils but I didn't think to use them that way. Thanks for the ideas.

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  8. I love your panel! I just bought a couple of packages of those burlap panels and have been itching to make something with them. And I need those tins now that I've seen how good they look filled with minis in color order! I could stare at them all day!

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  9. Love your design..it is so gorgeous...the different techniques makes it awesome!!

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  10. Your project has such depth to it. I love those minis!

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  11. So lovely! I really have to try my hand at making decor pieces. I love all the creative things I see folks making.

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  12. The burlap panel is stunning. Love that you share your techniques with us. Thanks.

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  13. Very stunning Love this tech and now off to play and create. TFS

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  14. I am so HOPING it's my lucky day!! thanks for a chance to win!

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  15. Awesome piece Richele! I'm going to have to give that technique of lifting the embossing off a try. These newly released sets are great color combinations. Love #12!

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  16. So pretty! Stunning project, I love it!

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  17. Loved your project! Its so pretty and I love and appreciate all the detail you put into it. Thanks for sharing and congrats on completing your mini distress ink collection.

    Peace, Love, & Creative Hugs!
    Monica L.

    moni023 at yahoo dot com

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  18. I loved your technique, sure I will try it, I am a big fan of distress inks mini or regular, I am in love with the colors :-)

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  19. I own all the full size pads but have not gotten any of the minis yet. I would love to have them! Love the layers you created with the stencils!

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  20. I love distress inks and you just demonstrated one of the many reasons. This panel is just stunning. That stamp set is one of my favorites. I have litrally almost worn it out.I don't put it on a block anymore in hopes of extending its life.
    Anyway, I can hardly wait to get my hands on the very last three sets of minis. I usetham all the time for my classes and demos. YAY TIM! Great product

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  21. Love your project and I'm very excited about the newest minis!

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  22. OMG..... This is an amazing technique! i have never tried this before but will def try! love it so much! thank you so much for this chance to win!

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  23. So excited for even more distress minis :). Thanks so much for the beautiful inspiration! Love your work!

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  24. Bombs away...what a gorgeous piece of art! And you've used my all time favorite stamp set. Mine looks SO nasty it's been used so much. Would love to win some new mini distress inks...keeping my fingers crossed today is my lucky day! Thank you!

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  25. Beautiful project, I love your process! Thank you for sharing and the chance to win!

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  26. I love to use embossing powder as a resist & this panel does justice to the technique :-) it's really cool that the minis are now a full set too, I'd just love to win some!

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  27. Wow this is beautiful! Thanks for showing how you made this! Love the minis! I would love to win some. I only have the first two sets so far.

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  28. Great resist technique! Thanks for the tutorial. The chipped sapphire makes a fantastic background. Thanks for the chance to win some distress goodies.

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  29. Wow! Great job. And so unusual! Really liked it!

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  30. Your burlap is wonderful, i loved the flowers too. Thank you for the chance to win some of the goodies. I would loved it.
    Hugs Astrid

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  31. Great colors and design. Beautiful stamp set!

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  32. lovely! I haven't used the burlap yet, but this inspires me to give it a try!

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  33. I think you used everyone of my favorite colors. Great tutorial, thanks for the inspiration. I love the burlap technique! Keep em comin'

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  34. Love your project! I love how you used water and stencils to remove some of the ink. I'm going to have to try that!

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  35. Oh wow, I love your project, what a wonderfully colourful resist. The burlap panels make fabulous background to showcase your luscious inky panel.

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  36. I love a detailed tutorial. Thanks for showcasing a beautiful project. Thanks as well for a chance at a prize..

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  37. LOVE this project. Thanks for reminding me about the techniques you used. I used to do them and had gotten away from it...gotta give it a go again!! Thanks also for the great tutorial!!

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  38. Thanks for the inspiration. I love how you did the layering with the stencil. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  39. beautiful and amazing canvas, thanks for showing us how do yo do! and thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. Stunning project! I learnt so much from the great step by step instructions :) I am so excited about this last set of mini distress pads being released :)

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  41. love the look. thanks as always for sharing.

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  42. Not sure how this works, but love the ideas of inking on the burlap and ironing over the embossing. Would love the new mini's, they are wonderful, and I have all the others. Thanks.

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  43. Stunning canvas Richele filled with great inspiration. Thanks so much for chance to win - I've love to have some of these minis. Nicola x

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  44. Totally wonderful canvas Richele, such great techniques with fantastic results!!! Can't wait for these last 3 sets to get to the UK, some of my all time favourite colours in there.
    Your project using them looks amazing and I so love the look of these filled boxes!!

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  45. What an amazing talent you have it is stunning. I appreciate the wonderful step by step instructions.

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  46. You lucky thing having ALL of the mini distress ink pads AND the storage tins! Thanks for the giveaway. My fingers are crossed too.

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  47. What a beautiful project, and of course you had to tease us by using the new colors. Would love to win the new colors. I love these mini's

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  48. Great tutorial, great tip using the rubber bands, will definitely find a use for that tip! Love the panel, great piece.

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  49. Lovely piece, well worth a happy dance. Love how you colored the flowers before stamping and the technique with the stencils lifting off color. Just beautiful!

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  50. Such lovely color palette ! Spring, summer, peaceful, exciting...thanks !

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  51. Your panel is beautiful. I love what you did with it. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  52. Great way to keep some inks in the RVida Loca!!!
    Great ways to use the distress! Love how those images pop!
    Thanks for the great op to win!!!

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  53. Absolutely beautiful panel. I really wish we had somewhere close by to have access to all these T.H. products. Love the stencils.

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  54. Your canvas is gorgeous! I love the whole process of it, thanks for so much detail! Have a great day!~kim

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  55. I love your twist on a favourite technique, by using water and the stencils to lift colour off. I can't wait to give that a try. I love how the colours of the inked piece just jump off the panel.

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  56. Love how the colored flowers on your panel look like the sun is shining on them... beautiful technique!

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  57. Awesome tutorial! Thanks so much for the chance to win

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  58. This is so gorgeous. I love all the layers and thank you for the tutorial on this beautiful creation. Lots of great techniques, too! I would want to hang it in my house as well! :)

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  59. Beautifully done, Richele! I use distress inks almost every day, and love the cuteness of the minis! Thanks for a chance to start a new collection of them!

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  60. I love this and the colors are gorgeous! thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. Wow, Richele. I love the bright colored flower silhouettes against the Chipped Sapphire and Pine Needles background. (I'm now realizing I need to add BOTH of these colors to my collection.) Gorgeous!

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  62. Beautiful tutorial! Thanks for the Chance to win. ;o)

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  63. Amazing project !!!..I love it and all your creations. Thanks for sharing

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  64. Such a great idea, removing the embossing! Super Cool! I love it!
    I hope to catch one of your classes this time at Stamp Island!

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  65. Oh my, such cool techniques. I really want to try this.

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  66. Great idea for the burlap boards, good luck everyone on the tim goods. rhondaparkins@gmail.com

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  67. One of my favourite blogs to check has always been yours, your creativity never disappoints, and this time was no exception. I just love this Burlap Panel, and the technique was great, I have never seen anyone ink before embossing to create a resist in such a spectacular way. Thanks so much for sharing, I think I may have to borrow this technique from you, but I doubt mine will turn out as nicely;)

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  68. What a wonderful project. I've been wanting to try these little pads. They look like they would be easier to work with. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  69. So glad I found you! I came across your post on pintrest. Great tutorial. Cant wait to try the new products

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  70. Such a bright and happy piece of art. I love the reverse bossing technique you used. So clever.

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  71. I see why these mini pads can be so much fun to use. Wonderful techniques. Sincerely, Elaine Rico

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  72. This is such a beautiful project! It is so stunning! Thanks for sharing!

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  73. I'm so glad Tim posted a link to your site-- I love finding new people to steal ideas from... and you are one gifted artist I WILL be stealing from (my mother used to tell me it's a COMPLIMENT!) Not only did I enjoy your project, but all the tips with new methods were appreciated. Step by steps take so much time, but know they are so appreciated. Tim's Distressed Ink Mini Pads are brought to life in your hands-- look forward to watching your work in the future-- def have a new follower!

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  74. Wonderful work! Your canvas is spectacular, colors are so rich and bright! Fingers crossed I would be happy to win the mini distress, I love them, I have them all and they would complete my "collection" !!!! BArbarayaya

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  75. love spritzing the water on the stencils....great idea...thanks!

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  76. I have the Tim Holtz stamp set and now I have another idea to use it! Thanks for sharing!

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  77. Love the new Mini Distress Ink sets and your awesome project!

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  78. I just love the portability of Tim Holtz's Mini Distress Ink Pads. And, all the colors are yummy! Cannot wait to complete my set and store them in the Storage Tins.

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  79. Beautiful burlap panel, love the emboss resist method! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win Tim's new mini release, love those minis!

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  80. I really like this canvas. The tag stencils are awesome and I love the dot fade one. The Iron technique is super cool. Can't wait to try!

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  81. Wow, I love this card! I pinned it and will give it a try. Thanks for sharing and for the generous give away! I would love to win!

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  82. beautiful canvas, thanks for sharring

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  83. what a fabulous canvas. thanks for sharing with us.
    cheers :)

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  84. Your panel is gorgeous! I think ironing off the embossing makes such a difference. It really allows the colors in the flowers to be so much brighter and keeps even more people wondering how you did that!

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  85. What a fun canvas! I'm going to have to try this. Thank you!

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  86. I agree these are some of my favorite flowers to use as well. Love the effect you got with them.

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  87. thank you for the technique, the colors is splendide

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  88. OMG your project is just awesome and thanks to your detailed tutorial I'll be able to have a go at this myself.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  89. Great tutorial. I love what you have done. thanks for the chance to win those little cutie inks.

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  90. OM goodness these are amazing!!! I so am in love with these products!!!!!

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  91. Beautiful panel...thanks for the details instructions on the technique that you used....love the Distress Inks!

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  92. WOW--Tat is so lovely! And the best part? Step by step tutorial, so I can *attempt* to make one..! Thank you!
    Lucky you to have the whole collection---that is a goal of mine! :)

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  93. Wow! So many amazing techniques on this one burlap panel. I love the embossing over distress ink for those flowers. The color is just gorgeous! I seriously am inspired by this. I am so excited that all 48 colors are out now and I adore the storage tins. Crafting life just got even better :) -- Mary Elizabeth

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  94. Love these new Distress Ink pads. They are just the right size, and the colors are fantastic.

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  95. WOWOWOWOWOWOOWOWOW!! SO SWEET!! I LOVE the New Sets and your Burlap Canvas for today!! =) THANKS for sharing and for the chance to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  96. like the resist technique with all the colors. thanks for the chance to win inks.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  97. gorgeous work of art....i also am partial to that first stamp set! Thanks for the tutorial and chance to win!

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  98. Love it !!! Have to make this one. Those are Great, I’m going to have to buy those. Thxs for sharing.

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  99. Love what you have created today. Just beautiful!

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  100. I really love what you did with your burlap canvas. I am in to them myself lately and am loving these colors. Whoop whoop!!

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  101. Absolutely beautiful what you did whit the burlap and those minni's look so yummi,I want to taste them.

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  102. Wow! love all the techniques you shared. Great project.

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  103. Wow! love love this technique! sooo pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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  104. Your project looks amazing. I love it very much. Great tutorial. Thanks for the chance, Johanne Lacombe

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  105. LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Great incentive to get crafty with the burlap panels I have been saving (read: hoarding) for that special project. Thanks for the chance to win! Tracy P. sprty_grrl03@yahoo.com

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  106. This project is GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing!!

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  107. omigosh! this tutorial was so fabulous! i have been so well fed this morning. i would LOVE to take a peek at your studio and your shelves of tim holtz products....as well as peek inside your mind to see all the creativity brewing there. your panel is truly amazing. thank you for such a generous giveaway.....i can only hope. angelheartcottage@comcast.net

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  108. This is awesome! Love all the colors and techniques!

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  109. Wow! This is very cool! I don't often stray from card making but you have inspired me to branch out and try something new!

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  110. Thank you so much for sharing how you made your gorgeous piece of art!

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  111. There is something about the mini's and then when you put all the delicious colours into those equally cute tin trays............well you just gotta have them.........one way or another. This technique is just perfect in your underwater scene too!

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  112. I love that techique on reverse stamping/embossing. I'm off to try it now! Thanks

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  113. Great tutorial! Love this technique, and love the new inks out too! I so need #12!!!

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  114. Love the way that you used the stencils & water to remove the ink. I hadn't thought of using the stencils to remove color.

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  115. Beautiful canvas!! Distress Inks are so amazing and how could we ever live without them?! So glad Tim has released more mini distress inks, to complete the sets. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  116. Woooo hoooo more inks!!!! I need to start making my Xmas list because I want all Tim's new products....

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  117. Great idea with the resist technique. Just bought a couple of the burlap panels, trying to decide what to do with them. Love your creative mind!!

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  118. Great burlap panel. Hope to take a class with you and the Queen!!

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  119. LOVE the emboss-resist, Richele!! Gosh, I've been stuck lately, wanting to do something with a resist technique, and this Gorgeous burlap panel is just the ticket!! Distress Inks are the BEST and your collection of Mini's are fabulous in their little cases!! Thanks for giving us a chance to win!! Happy Saturday!! XOXO-Shari T.

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  120. Fabulous project. Really need some of those mini distress unloads.

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  121. I enjoy your tutorials! The way you do the layering is so interesting and I need to get better at it. The little heart charm is the perfect touch :)

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  122. Can we just win your beautiful burlap panel instead? LOL Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us.

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  123. I love this project! I am going to try this today. Thanks for the chance to win the new colors - I especially love set #11.

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  124. Oh Richele.. Your creativity seems endless !! I just LOVE and adore this canvas... Gosh.. It's pretty.
    Thank you for a fab tutorial. A lovely mix of techniques ! Lovely to have them refreshed and to see them used in a new way. Also I love that you chose to use that "old"" stampset. I feel the same about that set. One I'm using again and again...
    Thank you for sharing this to inspire us. And thank you so much for the chance to win.
    Sending hugs from SPAIN

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  125. I love this project - just when I think you're done, you add another gorgeous layer! Just beautiful!! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  126. I am so glad to see the new sets are and a chance to win would be even better.
    And by the way your canvas is amazing, love all the techniques you have used in it and it helps so much to see the steps. TFS

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  127. Very pretty and very doable even for me!

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  128. Love your project! I love doing mixed media and am self taught by what I have learned on the internet. Thanks for the new ideas!

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  129. Laying down the color first and then embossing is a great technique. I also love how you used the stencils to make the background interesting.

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  130. Great project! How long did it take you? How could you sew the artwork onto the burlap? Or wasn't the burlap on a frame?

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  131. I love the resist idea. The colors are so soothing. I would adore them all. Creative juices are flowing already. Can't wait to get started. Thanks for the tutorial. --Karen Seidlitz

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  132. This is so pretty! It's gorgeous! :) Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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  133. Your work is amazing and thanks so much for sharing your talents AND thanks for the chance to win the new ink pads.

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  134. Loved your panel & technique tips..!

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  135. WOW!! That is wonderful! I love everything about it! Thanks for sharing your awesome techniques. Love ya' Patricia B

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  136. Wow so many wondeful techniques and a great project.

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  137. This canvas is so great with all the techniques and gorgeous deep color ! Love it!!

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  138. Absolutely gorgeous!! Time to bring back my older stamps. I learned so many new techniques and how to use them. Thanks so much and thanks for the chance at the mini inks!!

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  139. Thanks for sharing your techniques. Beautiful colors as always.

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  140. I just starting to learn to use the various crafting products to make art with canvas. Love the personal touch we can give to canvas. Loved that you showed us exactly how you made your canvas piece - such an inspiration.

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  141. What a relaxing piece! Nice job.

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  142. Absolutely love this project. MUST get those canvas cards. Amazing. Keep up the wonderful work!

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  143. Great twist on the resist emboss technique. Love how you inked the areas where the flowers would go before embossing and the way you applied the ink then stencil and water. Your canvas is gorgeous! Love it and the vibrant colors you've obtained with your Distress Minis. Thanks for showing us how it's done.

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  144. I LOVE your project. I have an empty tin just waiting for the last set of inks :)

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  145. Richele, Wow !! Wow !! Wow !! I'm loving your technique with the embossing powder and then ironing off, stunning canvas !!
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  146. I've never thought of working backwards. I love the depth and dimension you achieved with the distress inks and water with the stencils. Just Brilliant!!

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  147. Thanks for the great technique. Love the new minis.

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  148. What an amazing technique! I love your design and the flowers just pop from the background. I am definitely going to try this! Beautiful!

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  149. Another amazing project! Love the backwards technique, the stencils and the new minis!

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  150. original work and interesting techniques!

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  151. Love all the techniques you did with the minis, they're so versatile!

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  152. My first time on your site. Love your work!

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  153. This panel is fantastic! Love all the techniques you used. Distress inks are fabulous, especially the minis.

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  154. Oh, I could fall into this piece. I love the all those yummy layers. Thank you for the tutorial and a chance to win! I would love to be an owner of one of these new sets (or the tin to put the sets I already own into).

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  155. Distress embossing ink is completely new to me! When did that come out?

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  156. Love the look of your project. Such a great idea with the flowers. Beautiful.

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  157. Your project is so cool! I love your projects and thank you for sharing your creativity with us.

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  158. love ur creation
    love distress inks

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  159. I love the way the colors turned out!

    Noreen at craftyjournal.com

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  160. Great piece! I love all the layers of color/stamping/stenciling!

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  161. I'm with you; I love this stamp set. It was my very first Tim Holtz stamp set. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  162. Love all of the colors - really beautiful!

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  163. Richele this is beautiful!
    Thanks for the step by step!
    Lovely!
    Sandra ltb

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  164. Oh my goodness you're project is absolutely beautiful. I just love how you showed each layer of how you did it. I love all the layers. Lovely work.

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  165. Oh, your project is just beautiful! Thanks for the techniques.

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  166. I love this project and that stamp set. Wonderful.

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  167. That was one of my first stamp sets when it came out. Thanks for sharing this technique and tutorial! Love your color selection!

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  168. Your projects are always so awesome. The pictorial instructions are great as well.

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  169. So many techniques to use! I LOVE IT! Thank you

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  170. Love the burlap panel the colors are gorgeous, thanks for the chance to win, I LOVE Tim's minis

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  171. Wonderful panel, Richele!
    Such rich colors and the techniques are great. I love learning new things!
    Love to get my hands on some of the new mini colors!

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  172. This is so pretty!! love all the fun techniques!! :)

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  173. Awesome artwork! Love the technique! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  174. WOW wow WOW
    Your burlap panel is FABULOUS Richele, such a BEAUTIFUL sentiment and PRETTY design - LOVE IT ALL!!!
    LOTS of EXCITING techniques too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and tutorial - I have lots of things I NEED to try ... might even get my iron out too :)

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  175. This is one of my favourite stamp sets too, thank you for the tutorial lovely work,

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  176. I love this project, than you for the tutorial and the inspiration

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  177. Your project is gorgeous and so well explained. Thank you for that and the giveaway opportunity! xoxo, Aimeslee

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  178. Richele, this is such a wonderful and gorgeous looking project! Thanks for the brilliant tutorial and for the chance to win beautiful distress inks:)

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  179. What a fun project and great techniques! Love the minis, so thanks for the chance to win!

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  180. beautiful piece. i love the idea of using a rubber band to hold the corners in place!! much easier then standing and holding and waiting!! thanks for the chance to win

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  181. I can't imagine how you think of all these ideas to do on one piece. Mind boggling for me as I'm no artist. Turned out just beautiful.
    I don't have any of the mini distress inks would love to win some. Thanks for sharing.

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  182. WOW, great prizes and I love your art today. Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  183. This is a beautiful project. Thank you for the opportunity to complete my mini distress set.

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  184. Fantastic project - thanks so much for sharing all the steps - and for the chance to win!

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  185. Thanks so much for the chance to win! I love these minis!

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  186. Your project is gorgeous!! LOVE the Colors!! Thank you for the opportunity to win some minis!!

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  187. Just beautiful… and so full of new to me techniques! TFS.

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  188. Wonderful choice of colors, amazing techniques, makes the perfect gift.

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  189. Am awestruck by the techniques and the final wall hanging. Unusal embossing tutorial using the minis...hope to win and use them. Thank you!

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  190. I love the burlap panel and the many layers and techniques that your tutorial highlighted. Thank you for sharing your talent and the opportunity to win the new mini's

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  191. Thank you! I haven't thought of the resist technique this way in a while; I'm inspired to make something right away ;D

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  192. I hope that I am not too late! I am participating on Australian time, and I just had to say how much I liked your piece. I was wondering about why you blotted off all of the embossing ink though. Was it to give a more matte look to the colour, or does it make the colour more vibrant? I also really liked the way that you used the stencils for a great layered background.

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  193. Beautiful work - I always forget we can use embossing powder in this way... :-)

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