Friday, February 2, 2018

Creativations 2018 - Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away!

Hi everyone, thanks so much for stopping by today!  I'm so excited to be a part of the Creativations 2018 - Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away!  You should have arrived here from Joy's blog - if you didn't you may want to go back and check out all of the wonderful inspiration!  I'd like to share a project that I created for Tim Holtz's Stampers Anonymous booth at Creativation (formerly-CHA) 2018 this year.  I was so grateful to be asked to make a few things for Tim.  I'm sharing my "Collections Card" made with the New Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Entomology & Merchant Stamp Sets.
I can think of soooooo many ways I want to use these great stamp sets!!!
Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Entomology Stamp Set CMS328 (available now)
Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Merchant Stamp Set CMS331 (available February)

To start with I colorize a sheet of Distress Watercolor Cardstock with Pumice Stone and Frayed Burlap Distress Stains.  I stamped the background with the background writing stamp from the New Entomology set using Black Soot Archival Ink.
Then I heat embossed one of the bugs from the New Entomology set using Ranger Super Fine Black embossing powder onto a large tile of Mica.  You can easily find mica on Amazon, just search "Mica Tile", US Artquest has many different sizes to chose from.  I used an anti-static pouch on my mica before embossing, it helps a great deal.  I also handled the mica as little as possible before heat embossing.  The mica will pick up the natural oils from fingers and embossing powder will stick in places you won't want.  If that happens, just use a small dry paint brush on mica before heating embossing powder to melt.
I distressed idea-ology nailheads and an observation word band with picket fence distress crayon, pumice stone distress paint and mushroom alcohol ink.  Nailheads were adhered to top of mica with distress collage medium, then micas was adhered to card front with black foam squares directly under nailheads.  The nailheads hide the foam squares and appears that mica is floating on surface of card front.  The observation word band is attached using a little eclectic elements craft thread.
I cut a small strip of distress watercolor cardstock and lightly colorize with pumice stone and frayed burlap distress stains.  Then stamped #79 1/2 from Merchant Stamp Set with black soot archival ink.  I mounted stamped strip to a larger strip of idea-ology textured surfaces burlap.  A little messy stitching tied it all together.
My card base is a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 sheet of kraft cardstock folded 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 to create an A2 card.  A sheet of black paper stash classic kraft stock was mounted to card base.  Then I mounted the assembled card front to the black kraft.
I hope you'll give it a try!

GIVE AWAY DETAILS
PRIZES, PRIZES,PRIZES!
We have a few prizes to give away, just leave a comment on the different blog hop posts for a chance to win.  The more blogs you leave comments on, the better your chances of winning a giveaway! 
Comments must be posted by midnight PST on Tuesday, February 6th. 
Winners will be announced on Wednesday, February 7th on Richele's blog
Good luck and happy hopping!
photo credit:  Richele Christensen

Here is the complete list of our Creativations 2018 - Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away blog hoppers!

IDEA-OLOGY

SIZZIX

STAMPERS ANONYMOUS 



Just incase you've missed anything, head back over to Paula's blog and start again!  I know I'll be checking out all of the incredibly talented awesome designers many times, they're ALL amazing!

You can find the supplies I've used via the links below.  If you have any questions please let me know I love your kind comments, I truly appreciate each and everyone of them!



209 comments:

  1. This is so cool. The fly looks like he's trapped and preserved. Working with mica is so fun and I had kind of forgotten about it. Thanks for the reminder!

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  2. Love your use of mica, inspiring work ❤️ Looks amazing!

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  3. Beautiful card, such a fantastic design. I'm really loving this bug stamp set

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  4. Beautiful card Bobbi I love how you used mica to stamp on, it's a great effect. Thank you very much for joining in the Blog Hop!

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  5. Wonderful card! I’m really excited for the “bugs”. I’ll have to get some mica, it looks interesting.

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  6. Love the mica usage...it really looks the part for stamping the bugs ;) xoxo Sioux

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  7. This is so cool Bobbi! I'm inspired to give mica a try. TFS!

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  8. This is so freakin cool!! Love it so much, looks like a true vintage piece xx

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  9. Absolutely love your style and the vintage goodness!

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  10. This is card is striking! I love how the mica panel seems to float over the gorgeous background panel! The numbers give the whole card a very vintage vibe. I always love seeing your creations, and this is definitely a favorite! Thanks for sharing. xo

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  11. Dang girlie! I am loving this buggie set of stamps! I have to get some mica and try that technique! Also the beautiful way you distressed the nail heads! Just gorgeous!!!XXX

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  12. This is fabulous! I love the layering and wonderful design.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  13. Wow, I love your card, and I love this set of bug stamps.

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  14. oh yes!!! so incredible! love your ideas and style...that mica is perfection...thank you for sharing!!!

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  15. I love how you used the mica tile on your card. thanks for sharing your talent.

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  16. Mica Tile? Are you kidding me? That is unbelievable. It really makes your bug stand out (a cicada?) What a wonderful design.

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  17. I love Mica Tiles and using them to add an extra detail element . The mica Tile works brilliantly here to showcase the fabulous bug. I also adore the text added to the bottom. Wonderful piece Bobbi. Tracy x

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  18. Fabulous butterfly card, love the colours too.

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  19. Love that display you created for your card, such a cool piece!

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  20. This is such a cool effect. I love the size of the wasp in contrast to the size of the card. Great job!

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  21. love the distressed shabbiness of your card. i have never worked with mica before but it adds so much character to your card the way you used it. truly lovely.

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  22. Oh, my god! these insect stamps are fantastic!

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  23. WOW! This is amazing! Love the technique behind this piece! <3

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  25. I love the way the card came out. Beautiful!

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  26. So many wonderful ideas here in one card. Thank you for sharing it. I always love seeing the Creativation samples and I can't wait for my Merchants stamp set to arrive!

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  27. Using the Mica Tile was brilliant! Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  28. I love the suspended look of the "collections" banner, it really gives an encased feel to the bee. Looks great!

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  29. okay... by seeing all the samples using the 'bugs' I have now decided I am going to have to embrace them and break free of the not knowing how I am ever going to use them!! this piece is something I am really enjoying and love the new to me idea of Mica!!! holy must start my search for it. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!!

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  30. What a great way to spend a rainy afternoon checking out so much incredible talent and this blog hop. Thank you for sharing all the details, beautiful piece!!!

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  31. This card was one that stood out to me on the lives at Creativation, it’s amazing.

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  32. Love this card to pieces!!! All the subtle details perfect! And ty for explaining in-depth about mica, just placed an order. It looks like a really fun new substrate to try ;) (18)

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  33. Wow! My college roommate studied entomology and this looks just like some of her homework! So realistic and wonderful; not at all creepy like some buggies!Thanks for sharing and I know what I'm buying!

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  34. So beautiful Bobbi, thanks for sharing.

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  35. I really love this! Everything about it. Can't wait for my entomology stamps to arrive!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  36. You had me at the Mica!!! LOVE that, and the look is perfection!

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  37. I need this stamp! thank you for sharing!

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  38. Love the vintage look of this card

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  39. You used so many of my favorites stamp sets from this new release! I haven't used mica in a long, long time. Guess I need to remedy that!

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  40. very beautiful layering and color usage. love this!

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  41. So beautiful Bobbi, thanks for sharing.

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  42. I like the number stamp set and the use of mica! Lovely!

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  43. More BUGS! I hate bugs, but I'm lovin the projects with them.

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  44. Bobbi! have to say this is my favorite piece so far on this hop! Totally, cool and sooooo beautiful! Bravo!
    Jackie xx

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  45. Such great layering. I love how everyone’s take on the Entomology has been so different. Love what you did with yours.

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  46. I'm kind of loving these bugs!

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  47. Winner winner chicken dinner! Your design has completely sold me on the bug stamp set. I have mica and never really knew what to do with it.

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  48. Simply brilliant! The vintage text is just gorgeous, and I love your clever acetate overlay - beautiful!
    Alison x

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  49. I’ve never used mica. Can’t wait to try!

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  50. this is so clever! I love the idea of stamping on the mica - I would have never thought to do that!

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  51. Oh my! I have seen that on your Insta today and I couldn't stop watching it. This project is amazing in each detail. I love the color palette so much, it's so romantic and shabby. The bee stamped on the acetate is amazing and was a fabulous idea. I adore the number stamp and the touch of burlap and everything! Thank you for sharing this amazing card and for the chance to win prizes, too. Hugs, Marzena

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  52. I love the use of the mica - I have never tried that so I look forward to trying something new! Thanks for your inspiration.

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  53. WOW ... what a realistic looking bug, mica reminds me of biology lab slides ! Awesome tips! Amazing card, great background...

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  54. Amazing work thank you for sharing!

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  55. Love the bug stamped on mica! The textures on the entire card are fabulous!!

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  56. What a great card. I love the vintage feel and the mica is a technique I want to try.

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  57. That came out so cool! I have a feeling Amazon is going to sell out of mica tiles over the weekend!! Thank you for sharing your process.

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  58. Really Love your example. Great Work. Hugs Alexa

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  59. Bobbi, this is my favourite stamp set in the new release (after being unsure) and I love what you did with the background and the mica tile, your card is incredible! Anne x

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  60. Cool card! One of the card’s that caught my attention on the FB live videos. Clever to stamp on to mica! Nice color scheme!

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  61. This is so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing - what a lovely combination you have created.

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  62. This looks just like something that might be hanging in a classroom. I love how it sits right up there on that mica. Genius.

    Happy art-ing!
    xo
    SuZeQ

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  63. Wow this one is my favorite. Such talent.

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  64. This card is Stunning Bobbi! Looks like the fly is displayed under a glass case...brilliant!

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  65. I'm really falling for that script background stamp from the Entomology set. I love the idea of using the mica embossed with the fly! Such a wonderful design!

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  66. Love all the elements you used. Great job!

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  67. This is my favorite. It’s stunning! Xo

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  68. OMG such a cool idea to stamp the image on mica, immediately made me think of a specimen. Love it!

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  69. Everything about this is incredibly cool! Just WOW! 👍👍❤️

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  70. Just fabulous work. I love how you stamped on the Mica. I will have to try this one for sure. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  71. Stamping on mica...brilliant!! And the results are stunning!!

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  72. It’s official. I have to have the entomology stamp set just for that background stamp. Your project is seriously cool, everything about it... and the use of mica just put it over the top!

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  73. This card is cool, it really looks like the big is encased in a glass display.

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  74. Sigh - stamping on mica - love the effect! And those number stamps - girls gotta love number stamps!!! Beautiful card!

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  75. My 4yr old loves bugs & when he saw your card, he asked if it was a fossil & wants to help me make the card! Thanks for inspiring us yet again

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  76. Don't ya just love Mica, Hobby Lobby carries it too...several sizes...I use it for windows in Tim's houses. Two of my must have stamp sets...bugs and numbers...that way I can count my bugs...eep!

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  77. I love how you used the bugs to create a awesome card. Thanks so much for sharing...

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  78. I’ve not used Mica yet. I will now! This is an awesome card!

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  79. I love this card! And it really seems that the tile is screwed to the back and floating. Such a clever idea! I definitely want to try. You guys are such a good source of inspiration! Thanks for sharing!

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  80. I love the depth in your card. Bobbi, you really make me want to buy that bug set now! Thanks for sharing your designs with us!

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  81. This is so very creative! Love the mica idea. What a great card; thank you for sharing your process with us.

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  82. After seeing your amazing card and some others using this entomology stamp set, I feel it should go on my wish list. Really love the clever design of your card!

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  83. Wow!! I love every detail on here!! The embossed mica with the nail heads is absolute perfection!! It's amazing seeing how everyone has used this stamp set so differently and in such beautiful ways!!

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  84. Im loving the blend of bugs and numbers. Such great details!!!

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  85. I love this! Mica, specimens, and all the texture! How could you go wrong with these wonderful new products and some others as well? Your card is so wonderful. Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  86. Bobbi, I love your card! How you used the mica and the bug to make a specimen...SO COOL! This bug set is AMAZING, so many different ways to use it! Now I'm off to find mica! Beautiful card!

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  87. So much inspiration!!! Beautiful!!

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  88. This is my favorite new stamp set -- so cool to see more than a few bloggers embrace it... looking forward to all the inspiration!

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  90. This is beautiful. Simple and elegant... by far my favorite!

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  91. The mica is my favorite. I just love the look and want to incorporate it into more projects!

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  92. There are some really great cards using this “bug” set and yours is no exception! Love the bug on the mica. Thanks for sharing this with us. 😍

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  93. Absolutely in love with the way you used this stamp! Fabulous project, i adore evry detail! Thanks for the chance to win! barbara

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  94. This is one of my favorite cards but after I read how you made it I am in awe. Who thinks to use Mica tile? Not me...I wish. But you can be sure I will now, thanks to you. I need to think outside the box more!

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  95. That is fabulous, off to find my Mica Tiles...........Elizabeth x

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  96. Interesting use of mica tile, very neat!

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  97. This is one of my favorite pieces. I saw a video showcasing the Tim Holtz booth and my eyes went to your piece first. I'm so excited to find the blog that shows how it was created.

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  98. What a wonderful card. Love how you did the piece on Mica.

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  99. This is awesome, the added mica tile is perfect.

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  100. I can't believe how beautiful that mica tile is! And I can't believe you were able to heat emboss on it. Absolutely fabulous job!

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  101. This is an incredibly imaginative use for this stamp set! Love the gorgeous project! Thanks for sharing!

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  102. I have never seen a mica tile. It beautiful. I love this bug stamp.

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  103. what a great idea, I did not know what to do wit mica tiles or that you could stamp on them. Such a fantastic idea love the colours used in this project

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  104. I love the stamping on the mica tile and the nail heads...so awesome! TFS

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  105. Fab ideas on your card, i'd never heard of a Mica Tile, another crafty product to have a look at and to use with my supplies . Thank you for the inspiration

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  106. I really like the Entomology stamp set but I had no idea what to do with it. Your card has given me so many ideas - you've opened the door to creativity! Thanks for sharing. Beautiful card!

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  107. your card is amazing Bobbi, you are one clever cookie stamping the image on mica my friend xxx

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  108. great blog hop. lots of great ideas. thanks as always for sharing.

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  109. Love this card and the layering technique is great
    Great card! love the layering and collage



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  110. This is so cool! Love all the fab elements you added!

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  111. Hi, This is so UNIQUE and awesome. I love it. I loved the burlap and of course the bug stamps. I am going to have to try that mica, it sounds so cool, thanks for sharing. Tracey Magner

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  112. Ingenious using the mica tile! Great inspiration! Love it!

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  113. Oh that entomology stamp set! I love the card you made, it is just gorgeous!

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  114. Wow Bobbie, what a fantastic idea! I really love the thought of stamping on mica. It’s genius and such a cool look, especially with these bugs. Wow! Wow! Wow!!

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  115. Love your project! So very creative! Thanks for sharing.

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  116. I absolutely love how you incorporated the mica. Brilliant! I must try it!

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  117. Utterly Fab in every which way, Bobbi. Design and execution faultless. LOVE lots.Thanks for sharing and inspiring .
    x

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  118. Really cute card!! I love your blog and have several pages bookmarked for reference!! thanks for the inspiration!

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  119. great project. Love it. This stamp is so cute.

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  120. Mica and nail heads really make this stand out. Love the numbers too

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  121. What a special card! I love the use of mica; it adds a great layered effect while being transparent. I'm impressed with the versatility of the new Entomology set!

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  122. I must get some Mica powders, I love the effects you can make with them! This card looks like a plaque that would hang on a wall in a Nature House! Love it and thank you so much for the inspiration. I am going to try Mica anything now!!!!
    Have a wonderful creative weekend!! :)

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  123. Amazing piece. I might have to hunt for mica pieces I must have in my stash. Thank you for the inspiration

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  124. Love the use of Mica here, Bobbie! I still use it once in awhile; now I will have to get it out and use is again. Love the new stamps by Stampers Anonymous, too.

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  125. Wow! I am going to have to check out stamping on mica! I am a bee lover and want to make a wall hanging with that and the new bug stamps.

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  126. Love the vintage rustic look of this project

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  127. Lovely job! I'll have to check out some mica

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  128. Classic vintage project! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  129. Awesome! And I never thought to emboss on Mica...pulling mine out. Thanks for the inspiration and tips.

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  130. I absolutely love this piece. Stamping on, then raising the mica tile is genius. I'll be coming back to check out your blog.

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  131. I love your use of the mica tile!

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  132. That background scripty/texty stamp is going to be a must have for me. Your work is Beautiful.

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  133. Natural and magical)))
    Glad to get acquainted with your creativity!

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  134. Thanks for introducing me to mica tile. I’m going to give it a try!

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  135. Love the vintage monochromatic look you've achieved on this piece. I will be looking for mica tile - they'll probably be wondering why the sudden run on the product. LOL! Thanks for sharing your techniques. Really appreciated.

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  136. Great card, so much inspiration,
    TFS❤️

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  137. This is great! I love the rustic feel to this card. These stamps are wonderful. Can't wait to get me some.
    Kate

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  138. What a great piece of art! Love all the details that went into this card. Judy D.

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  139. This is so fabulous! A true piece of art.

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  140. Love the idea of using mica, thanks for sharing

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  141. Very nice! Thank you for sharing
    Karen

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  142. Ok, this is def my fave project from the Stampers Anonymous group. Im in love with your mica film paired with the nailheads. I dont know if i can ever get such a crisp, embossed image the way you did, but im definately giving this a shot. Thank u!!!

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  143. Making bugs cool again, great project!

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  144. Just LOVE how you've stamped upon the mica...such a special touch! Fabulous design all around.

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  145. Bobbi, this is absolutely amazing and beautiful! Fabulous colors and layers, and I am loving the little bits of stitching you added, too. And that bug on the mica is just awesome! Wow!

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  146. such yummy textures and layering, so effective :)

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  147. I have completely changed my mind about the entomology stamp set! Got to have it. Beautiful art work

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  148. It’s a lovely combination for a science project

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  149. Ooooo.... I love the mica idea. This card has lots of yummy elements.

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  150. I'm going to have to get the entomology stamp, too!!

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  151. What a great way to use this stamp set, which I love because of his versatility. To head emboss the fly on the mica and then how you put it on your card, stunning work!
    Thank you very much for this awesome sample!

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  152. Great tips on using mica. Super project

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  153. Wow, looks awesome, and probably even better in person... thanks for sharing...

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  154. You have made me re-think my decision that I don't need the numbers stamp!! LOL!! After seeing your card, I NEED THEM!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!

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  155. Super great card, I love all the thought that went into it and the outcome!

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  156. I'm fairly new to mixed media...or rather circling back around to some play after a lonnnnnnng absence. I think Black Soot and Frayed Burlap Distress Stains are in my future! I think I've seen those used in every blog post so far. :-)

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  157. When I saw your card on one of the videos of the show I was so excited. Totally one that I would like to replicate. Very beautiful and creative.

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  158. Love!! I really like the mica tile and how the brads look like they are floating. Great project!

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  159. So cool. I love the bug on the mica. I was not looking forward to a bug set, but all the great ideas on the blog hop. . .amazing Thanks so much

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  160. The numbers stamp looks very cool paired with the bugs!

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  161. You nailed it!! (couldn't resist the pun, sorry!) Love that fabulous embossed mica tile!

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  162. Wow!! This is the piece i Love the Most in this blog hop. Soooo cool!! Beautiful and very creative. I just love that stamp.

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  163. Cool card!! Thank you for the tutorial, and the mica embossing. I like how the image floats!

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  164. I love the idea of stamping the bugs on mica tiles! And the excuse to use the mica tiles I have been hoarding. I noticed your card in the walk through and I am so glad to see it up close.

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  165. Love the mica fragment with the metal attachments. Also like the stitching and how you tied on the Collections tag.

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  166. Beautifully done - love your use of the mica tile!

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  167. This is absolutely beautiful!! I had never heard of the mica tiles - so glad you shared that.

    Laurie :)
    Faerie Bower

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  168. Love your card, Bobbi!!! I think I need to pull out my mica and create something!!

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  169. Surprising I really want these bug stamps! Thx for demonstrating with this neat card!

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  170. Love this, and the mica pulls in even more vintage vibe.

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  171. soooooo cool! I love the mica.

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  172. Fantastic card! I love the mica tile floating on the front.

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  173. Fabulously amazing. I thought the moth was under glass. I was thinking, how Bobbi do that? Again learned new techniques. TU! You are the last in my hop, bit certainly not the least. Bravo and well done.

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  174. Beautiful card...and I am not a fan of bugs. Love your embossed stamp in mica...thanks for the tips on working with mica and where to find it. Thanks for sharing

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  175. This is possibly my favorite stop on the hop absolutely love this, can't even find the right mix of words to compliment it enough great card.

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  176. This is just so cool. That embossed image is delightful! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  177. FABUlous project! I love that the fly is under glass to keep it away from me! lol

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