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Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, What's New at SU blog hop, Gorgeous Posies stamp set, Joseph's Coat technique, Timeless Label Punch, handmade cards, birthday cards, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

Welcome to our NEW AT SU! Blog hop! I love being a part of this wonderful blog hop with other Stampin' Up! demonstrators from around the world.  Each month we share different crafting ideas with all of you!  Today we are showcasing retiring products from the 2020-2021 Stampin' Up! annual catalog, along with a technique!  I decided I was going to try a new technique that I just heard about.  Why I haven't seen or heard of it before, I do not know! Can you guess what technique I am talking about? Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, What's New at SU blog hop, Gorgeous Posies stamp set, Joseph's Coat technique, Timeless Label Punch, handmade cards, birthday cards, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

If you guessed the Joseph's Coat Technique, you are correct! One of my friends/downline asked if I had ever heard of the Joseph's Coat Technique.  I had not, but I sure wanted to find out about it.  So, off to YouTube I went.  Wow!!!  It is so cool and so fun to do.  There are endless possibilities with this technique.  

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, What's New at SU blog hop, Gorgeous Posies stamp set, Joseph's Coat technique, Timeless Label Punch, handmade cards, birthday cards, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

Since we are showcasing retired products, I decided challenged myself.  I could only use retiring products on this card and I did!  I used the beautiful Gorgeous Posies stamp set, four of the  2019-2021 In Colors, Pretty Peacock, Rococo Rose, Seaside Spray and Terracotta Tile.  I also used the Timeless Label punch and the beautiful Seaside Spray Metallic ribbon, which I am going to miss.  I am sure glad I bought a bunch of the ribbon a long time ago.  The Seaside Spray is actually one of my daughter's colors for her wedding.  

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, What's New at SU blog hop, Gorgeous Posies stamp set, Joseph's Coat technique, Timeless Label Punch, handmade cards, birthday cards, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

Aren't these flowers absolutely beautiful!  I will definitely do this technique more.  I think this is going to be an awesome technique for fall projects!  My creative juices are already flowing.  

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, What's New at SU blog hop, Gorgeous Posies stamp set, Joseph's Coat technique, Timeless Label Punch, handmade cards, birthday cards, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

What do you think of this technique?  Is it something you would like to try?  I would love to know you thoughts about my project and this technique.  Please comment below and let me know.

To see another beautiful project, please click the Next button to go to Jeannette Gauthier's blog.

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The following talented people are participating in our blog hop.  Check out all their beautiful projects they created to share with all of you.

Scrappy Strip Technique/Dandelion Wishes: Tricia’s Stamping Creations

Clear Block Stamping/Rooted in Nature: Sugar & Scraps

Blends & Alcohol Technique/Sweet Magnolia: Lilypad Stamper

Blistering Ink Background/To A Wild Rose: De Kijkkast

Joseph’s Coat Technique/Gorgeous Posies: Stampin’ Scrapper - You are here

Mirror Stamping/Beauty Abounds: Carterie Plus

Faux Metal Embossing/Loyal Leaves: Playing with Papercrafting

Bay Window Card/Comfort & Hope: Gifted Hands Ink

Reverse Masking/So Much Love: Stamping Flair

Bokeh Technique/Butterfly Gala: Creative Juice with Loni

Baby Wipe Technique/Arrange a Wreath: 24/7 Inkspiration

Kissing/To A Wild Rose: Scraphexe

 

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Loni Spendlove

Now I'm singing "His coat was Peacock and Rose and Seaside and Tile...."

Annette Elias

You have chosen the perfect stampset for this technique, and I LOVE the colours you used!

Pat Ertman

I always forget about this dramatic technique. Thanks for sharing a beautiful card!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Loni! I was too when I made it. Great minds think alike.

Joyce Whitman

Thank you Annette!

Joyce Whitman

Thank you Pat!

Heather Cooper

I just used this technique, too and I love how it works. Yours it cool because it looks so shimmery. I think the ribbon helps to create this expectation and effect. I love when old techniques are recycled again!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Heather! Thank you for your kind comments. I also love when old techniques are recycled. I had never done this one, so it was fun!

Rochelle Laird-Smith

Lovely card Joyce. The embossed flowers have come up beautifully.

Jeannette

One of my favorite techniques. Beautiful

Joyce Whitman

Thank you Rochelle!

Joyce Whitman

Thank you Jeannette!

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