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Luv 2 Stamp Group Nature Blog Hop

Welcome to the Luv 2 Stamp Group’s 2022 Blog Hop! We are excited to share projects with you again this year. We hope to inspire you to create beautiful new projects. Each month we will have a different theme based on the next month’s celebrations using Stampin’ Up! products.
Once you are done with each post, scroll down to the bottom and you will see a list of Blog Hop participants, you can click on their name to go to their post, or you can click the next button to go to the next post in line. Happy crafting! This month’s theme is Nature.
For me, Nature brings to mind a mountain range at dusk with the moon rising and deer coming out to explore and forage. So I got my blending brushes and inks together and set about creating the scene. Here's the Ink Recipe:
I tore a scrap piece of cardstock to make my own mountain range mask.
Take a peek at the little guy some lucky person will find.
Here’s a short video on the making of this card. The blending process of the video was sped up 4 times to keep it short.

Download or print the Kimber Kuts project sheet here

I hope that you enjoy the blog hop this month. Please feel free to leave some hugs (comments) as you hop along to each blog. They mean so much to each of us!



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Comments

  1. I love the mountains! Great coloring!

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  2. Thank you for the pdf. I will definitely try this out! Your blending technique is AWESOME! And you can tear a mountain range mask for me anytime...teehee! You have skills! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you for the Great compliments Sharon! I hope you find the PDF helpful.

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  3. Oh my goodness, I adore the scene you created for your project. Thanks for sharing the quick video, I am a visual learner and it certainly helped!

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  4. Love it! those mountains are amazing!

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  5. Your mountains make me think of the Blue Ridge Mountains about an hour from me. I just might be casing your card!

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    1. Me too! I used to live in North Carolina and would visit the Blue Ridge Mountains often. Case away!

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