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Spotlighting

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Screen Shot 2016-04-30 at 2.34.35 PMHello Friends,  I am hosting a fun Trend Challenge this week at Just Us Girls!  The trend we are doing is called the spotlighting technique!  If you have not heard of it, I have linked up ONE of the many ways this technique can be done HERE!  I had such a good time making this card, I am really starting to enjoy coloring as it is so very relaxing. I am also glad I finally decided to ink up this beautiful stamp that I have had for quite sometime, but had been sitting on the shelf intimidating me. LOL

This stamp is from Northwood Rubber Stamps and is very large. I picked it up at a Stamp Store in Lakeland. I used Prisma colored pencils as my medium of choice!  I didn’t put a sentiment on this card as of yet, as I wanted it to be available to me if I needed it for a special occasion! There is another shot of my card below, and I sure hope you won’t let this technique scare you away and you will join us at JUGS!  You have to at least come on by and see all the fabulous cards from the Designers and our guest Cornelia!

Make Your Mark badgeI am also linking this card up over at Addicted to Stamps and More where their challenge is to make your mark.

Take care,  Nanc’

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22 thoughts on “Spotlighting

  1. You sure don’t need to feel intimated any more! You got the coloring perfectly. Love this spotlight technique. Your card is simply marvelous and you should be proud.

  2. BEAUTIFUL coloring, that stamp is fantastic, it must be HUGE–who makes it??? Love the way you spotlighted the panel and colored it leaving the black and white beneath! Gorgeous!!! The purple is PERFECT!

  3. Beautiful card. Love the colors and your spotlighting technique. Such a pretty stamp and well done.
    Have a great weekend.

  4. This is beautiful! I love this stamp set and the way you spotlighted it……..absolutely beautiful!

  5. Fabulous spotlighting! Love your coloring too 😉

  6. I’m not quite sure why you felt intimidated, because this card is all kinds of gorgeous!! Wow!!

  7. Beautiful and so well colored.

  8. WOW Nancy, this is STUNNING!! I love this technique and your card is outstanding! Beautiful coloring too!! Have a super weekend!!

  9. What a great image for doing the spotlight technique. Your coloring is fabulous and you’ve left your intimidation in the dust!

  10. Gorgeous! Great choice of images for this technique and you have colored it to perfection! Wonderful technique.

  11. So beautiful – fabulous spotlighting and exquisitely colored! So glad to be GDT with you this month!

  12. Such a soft, gentle image, Nancy … so wonderfully coloured … the offset spotlighting is beautiful! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  13. Absolutely stunning card!

  14. Oh Nancy! this is so pretty!! I do hope I can play along. My mojo flew to Wisconsin with my granddaughter LOL but hope I can get it back soon!

    Patti

  15. AMAZING coloring that part of spotlighting
    I loovee the flower in purple
    your coloring skill is adorable Nancy
    Love love this card
    many thanks for joining us at ATSM this week
    big hugs
    Monika (DT Member)

  16. I love everything about this, Nancy. The stamp is great and your coloring is fabulous.

  17. Well your coloring is simply perfect, and I love how you treated the technique. One’s first thought is always to do a circle – I think it’s because of the word “spotlight”. LOVE that you did a rectangle. Just a gorgeous, gorgeous card!!!

  18. WOW WOW WOW! stunning spotlighting. Love the layout.

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