Sunday, January 27, 2013

Jennifer McGuire Uses January Simon Card Kit with a Cool Technique!





















Jennifer McGuire used our January Card Kit of the month and Inktense pencils to create these gorgeous cards.  Be sure to check out her blog for more beautiful projects!



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32 comments:

  1. Beautiful colors!! And so vill to see the writing when coloring the paper!! :o)

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  2. Love how vibrant these cards came out. Just beautiful.

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous with the colors and the embossed cardstock, love it!!

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  4. AWESOME!! Loving this idea and the video!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! :)

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  5. wow of course these are TOTALLY FABULOUS... thanks for sharing..

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  6. Love the colors!
    Will have to try this technique

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  7. Oh wowww.. such a gorgeous card..

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  8. This is such awesome cards, and theses colors are absolutely gorgeous. I love how this looks here, so bright and clear, just perfect.

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  9. Wow, love how vibrant the colours are!

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  10. Love the color. Can't wait to get these pencils! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. I love these cards! The colours are so vibrant and really grab your attention and then there is the card stock (I had no idea there was a woodgrain white card stock out there!)

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  12. These are show-stopping cards with those vivid colors! I just LOVE them!!

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  13. Gorgeous cards!!!!
    Love the watercolor strips! Totally awesome!
    TFS!!!

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  14. So cool, I have to try this technique.

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  15. Loved the video. The cards
    are beautiful.

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  16. Each time I see Jen work with these fabulous pencils, I want them more and more. This is a fabulous, fabulous design!!

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  17. I'm going to try this with my watercolor pencils(they're Derwent too), but I've had my eye on the inktense pencils and I may have to get a small set to try! I love the cards you've created using them and I'm sure the colors are more vibrant. Both these cards are cute and there's that great wood grain paper again. Thanks!

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  18. Love love love inktense pencils. The colours are just so vibrant! Love the card. One day I will learn that less is more thing lol

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  19. Fabulous! Love this technique. Great colors. Jennifer, you always inspire. Thank you.

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  20. Great technique! I can't wait to try it. The colors are beautiful!

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  21. Lovely cards and a great video! I learned a lot that will help me with my Inktense pencils. TFS ;-)

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  22. Love how nicely those pencils blend. Very pretty effect!
    Thanks!

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  23. As always, your video was wonderful Jennifer! I have recently purchased some Inktense pencils after watching you use them in an earlier video. I'm still at the experimentation stage in using them, so I'm always pleased to see suggestions and tips for using them. Thanks a bunch! See you in class at Clean and Simple 2.

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  24. Wow stunning cards ...Thanks for sharing :)

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  25. Gorgeous cards!!!!
    Love the watercolor strips! Totally awesome!

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  26. Thanks, Jennifer. These are so pretty. You are one of the best teachers around, always instructing and explaining thoroughly, and giving more than one way to do something. I don't have the Inktense pencils, so I appreciate the other suggestions.

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  27. I really appreciate you doing this video. I just got some of these pencils and want to learn all I can about them. You are such a good teacher. Thanks for sharing.

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