Celebrating Kindness Blog Hop and Marble Background Technique

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Welcome everyone to the Celebrate Kindness Blog Hop! If you are coming from Sonja Kerkhoffs blog, then you’re in the right place! We are celebrating 10k YouTube followers for Julia Alderman with Just One More Card.

I’ve created a card using a fun technique that I learned from Wendy Vecchi. It involves Simon Says Stamp inks and a bit of plain ol’ rubbing alcohol!

Shari Carroll Spread Kindness 1

I used Tim Holtz Specialty Stamping Paper because it work really well with the alcohol and doesn’t warp. I built up my colors one at a time until I hade a nice mix.

Shari Carroll Spread Kindness 2

I decided to share a Color Coordinate Recipe with you because this combo turned out so pretty!

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I’ve shot a video of the background technique, you can view it below or on our YouTube channel.

There are many giveaways for this hop from some very generous sponsors.

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Anyone can be a winner!

Everyone who leaves a comment by July 31 midnight enters into the drawing, and winners will be announced August 1 on the Just One More Card blog. There will be a total of 13 prizes up for grabs. Good Luck!

Your Next stop on the hop is to the talented Stephanie Klauck

  1. Love the pastel marbeling! Especially love that you don’t need special alcohol inks to do it! Very lovely card.

  2. Shari, you are SO one of my super fav designers!!! All your cards are amazing and this one is no exception!! The color pallete is so soft and beautiful! I would love to try this technique! Julia will not be able to stop smiling after she receives all the love sent on all of you all’s cards! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Such a beautiful card. My daughter used those same colors and flowers in her wedding. Your card just makes me smile and happy. Thank you for sharing.

  4. That background is something else – looks like marble, I love it! Such a gorgeous combination of colours, too! Pretty cool that Julia got you guys to celebrate with her! :-)

  5. This card is gorgeous, I love the colours used for the background and how the white flowers just pop against it.

  6. The die cut white flowers look delightful against the pretty background. Actually, they look like yummy fondant flowers. Well done!

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