Wednesday, April 5, 2017

MISTI + Joy Clair Stamps Promotion

Hello, friends! Today is an exciting day on my blog! The design team from Joy Clair Stamps has teamed up with the design team from My Sweet Petunia! We are doing a cross promotion to show how awesome the MISTI tool is with Joy Clair clear stamps! If you are hopping along, you should be arriving from the amazing, Giovana's blog! If you just happened upon my blog and would like to start from the beginning, you can find the list of blog stops at the bottom of my post.


Today, I am working with one of Joy Clair's newest stamp sets, ____________ and the Mini MISTI!


One thing I like about the MISTI tool, is that it makes it easy to work on the layout of the card. You can visualize how the stamps will look and make any changes that are needed to be made. Below, you can see that I worked with the placement of the stamps.


Now it is time to stamp the images from the Doodle Flowers stamp set.  I am planning on using different colors, so I stamp one image at a time. For now, I am only stamping the images, I plan to come back later and color in the images with the same inks.


If you have been stopping by the Joy Clair blog this month, you see that the design team is working with the 'Masking' technique. I decided to include it on this card as well. I wanted the jar to look like it is sitting on a tabletop. To achieve this, I stamped the jar image onto an extra piece of cardstock and cut the image out. The cutout is placed onto the stamped image and washi tape is place across the card. The Wood Background stamp is inked with brown ink and pressed on the card. Once you remove the tape, you can see that the wood grain image is not stamped on top of the jar.


Another thing I like about the MISTI, is that when an image does not stamp completely, you can re-ink the stamp and stamp in the exact same place, for a solid image. Below, you can see that the images from the Hello Sentiment set did not stamp correctly, so I repeated the stamping process.


To finish the card, I placed the card panel on top of a fun print and placed it onto a A2 card base.

Let's talk about prizes!!! My Sweet Petunia is giving away one MISTI and Joy Clair is giving away $25 Joy Clair gift card to two (2) lucky winners! All you have to do to increase your chances to win, is to leave a comment on each participating blog! All comments must be completed by April 9th at Midnight. The Joy Clair winners will be announce on the Joy Clair blog, Wednesday April 12.


Thank you for stopping by today! To continue along with the MISTI & Joy Clair hop, your next stop will be to the talented Stephanie's blog.

Here is the complete list of hop stops:


Supplies used on today's project:
My Sweet Petunia - Mini MISTI
Joy Clair Stamps - Doodle Flowers, Hello Sentiments and Wood Background stamp sets
My Favorite Things Inks - Cotton Candy, Poppy, Ripe Raspberry and Sour Apple
Ranger Distressed Ink - Tumbled Glass and Brushed Corduroy
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Echo Park - Let's Be Mermaids 6x6 paper pad

61 comments:

  1. Great project, a card I would love to receive.

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  2. What a beautiful card! MISTIs are wonderful tools!

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  3. Jessica, that is a beautiful card. I love your flowers in the jar and how you added the base to it using background stamp. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  4. Wonderful card, so pretty.

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  5. Love your mason jar with the flowers, so delicate and lovely! You colored it beautifully!

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  6. Love your mason jar with the flowers, so delicate and lovely! You colored it beautifully!

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  7. Great card. Love the floral arrangement and the coloring! So country chic!

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  8. Pretty card! I love the jar of flowers and the woodgrain background! Great use of the MISTI!

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  9. Love this Jessica, I love jar stamps with floral's. Great work!

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  10. Such a sweet card. It has a nice country summer feel.

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  11. This is so pretty! Love the image and pretty colors.

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  12. Such a pretty card. Thanks for sharing:)

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  13. I can't resist mason jar stamps and the cards produced with them. Am I a country girl? Not really. But they are just soothing and homey in some way. Love this project!

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  14. Wow! I LOVE this! The flowers in the tiny jar are just gorgeous! Beautiful coloring technique too!

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  15. Such a pretty card. Thanks for sharing and participating in this blog hop.

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  16. So pretty - I always like a mason jar full of flowers!

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  17. Your card is gorgeous!! Love it!!

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  18. I love getting new project and supply ideas! Thanks!

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  19. Great card and a good masking tip, thanks for sharing!

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  20. Great card. Think the Misti is just amazing!

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  21. beautiful!!! love your watercoloring!!!!

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  22. I love your card. Did the jar come in a stamp set you used for Joy or was it from another set. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I found my answer. I see it is with the Doodle Flowers. Love that set.

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    2. Glad you found it! It is an awesome set!

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  23. Such a homey card. Love using the Misti, great invention!

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  24. Very pretty.
    There's something about a jar
    with a few flowers in it that
    feels like home.
    thanks for sharing.

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  25. Beautiful card and I love the way you water colored the images.

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  26. Sweet card!!! I love the script font :-)

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  27. I would love to have a misty. Cute card

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  28. Love the jar and flowers. Such a sweet way to say Thanks!
    XO April

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  29. Such a sweet card. I just love how you can line things up for stamping with the Misti. I don't have one yet, so would love to win one. Thanks for sharing your tips.

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  30. Very cute card with this jar of flowers.

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  31. Great masking technique. Beautiful card!

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  32. Cute! I have enjoyed meeting anew stamp company

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  33. Love your card. Thanks for showing your process with the Misti (hopefully, I will need to know:)

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  34. Sweet new stamp set, and perfect to use with this tool.

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  35. Awesome card, thanks for sharing your process!

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  36. Flowers in a mason jar eminate childhood memories of making bouquets for my grandmother. Now my little one does the same for me. Beautiful card.

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  37. Great card! Love knowing a new stamp company! TFS

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  38. Love jar cards - yours is great!

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  39. Such pretty images and you used them so well!

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  40. This card is so sweet! It's wonderful for spring!

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  41. Cute card! Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win!

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  42. Jessica, love your card and your masking. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  43. Jessica I love how you showed us we can make such beautiful projects by combining a couple of stamp sets you gave a who new feel to your project!
    Blessings,
    Melitta

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  44. Isn't the MISTI great for re-stamping when you missed some parts the first try? I love about it too.

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  45. What a delightful card! LOVE having the option to re-stamp in EXACTLY the same spot!

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