Make It Monday #33: Frosted Images

By September 19, 2011Make It Monday

Sit back and enjoy Lisa Johnson teaching you how to create frosted images on your projects this week. Bold and bright or delightfully subtle, this is a good skill to suit anybody's style. 

Still photos of Lisa's project: 

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If you are joining along this week, here are the details concerning the Make It Monday Challenge.

–A new Make It Monday Challenge & video will go up every Monday morning at 9am EST.

–Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge.  Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and feature the frosted images technique.

–Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).

-Add your project to our —>InLinkz List HERE<—

–You will have until 7am, Monday, September 26th, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win.  And you can enter as many times as you like.

–We will be tweeting and posting on our Facebook page every night (between 5-9pm EST) highlighting a Featured Project.  These tweets/Facebook postings will just be a shout-out regarding projects that caught our eye.  The tweets/Facebook postings no longer have any special merit regarding the actual contest.

–One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday, September 26th, after 7am.  The winner will be posted here on this blog post, on Twitter and Facebook.  The randomly selected winner will get to select a FREE Papertrey stamp set of their choice!

 Good luck to everyone and we look forward to seeing your projects!

EDITED TO ADD RANDOMLY SELECTED WINNER:

PeggySue
Congratulations to PeggySue!  Please be sure to email Customer Service with your free stamp set selection as well as your shipping information!  And thank you to EVERYONE who played along!  All of the projects were so amazing and so inspiring!

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Join the discussion 25 Comments

  • 1
    Beverly BL says:

    Very nice. I like your card a lot, and it’s a great technique. Thank you so much.

  • 2
    kelly says:

    Lisa, your card is so lovely. Thank you for sharing this technique…I think I will have lots of fun with this one!

  • 3
    Barb Waldsmith says:

    Thanks Lisa for sharing this idea. I am anxious to get home and try this technique tonight while watching ALL the new season shows. My stamping season begins tonight and I’m really looking forward to getting back in the swing.

  • 4
    Sonia says:

    Such a quick and simple technique, yet it really packs a punch! Love the card…thanks Lisa!

  • 5
    Kathy H says:

    Love this look! Love the misty meadow appearance, Lisa. I am excited to see that you’ve used a set I actually have-yay! Now I just have to find the time to try it:)

  • 6
    Maureen Chandler says:

    I love your card Lisa – what a cool technique!! Thanks for sharing – I am off to give it a try!!!

  • 7
    Michelle says:

    Love it but being deaf I can’t work out if both ink pads are dye or pigment ink. I would love to give it a try.

  • 8
    Shobana Ravi says:

    What a neat technique! Tks so much for sharing with us! 🙂

  • 9
    Joan B says:

    wow, this is gorgeous.

  • 10
    Jenny Rawling says:

    Thanks Lisa for the great video and such a unique technique. I love your card – it is very soft and pretty.

  • 11
    wendy says:

    was wondering where last weeks winner is posted? another great week for learning a new technique !

  • 12
    Susan Schultheis says:

    I love the technique but I think I missed what kind of ink you used. I am sure for this “frosty” appearance to work the ink is very impt. thanks.

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    Lisa Johnson says:

    I used Papertrey Ink’s Ink.
    🙂

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    Good article! and very nice site!

  • 18

    This is beautiful! the soft colors, the shading, the feel…everything!

  • 19
    peggysue says:

    Thank you so much. Could not believe it when I opened up the page to see this week’s challenge and saw the twitter post about winning. 🙂

  • 20
    Luanne Ford says:

    Your card is just beautiful! Love this pretty little set. Congrats!

  • 21
    Nicole says:

    Very pretty Thank You card!

  • 22
    Maruti Ritz says:

    This is one wonderful work of art.You must have give so much time to dedicated this passion on those habit.It is always good to know that their are blogs so dedicated to providing information that is seriously concerned with the reader’s needs.Thanks for sharing your insights with us through your blog.

  • 23
    deb trierweiler says:

    Yes, I agree this card technique is really cool! But I have NO speakers so I can’t HEAR the type of ink. Could you post whether or not it is DYE or PIGMENT or does it matter? Thanks

  • 24
    Lynnpenguin says:

    Love this technique…thank you so much for sharing !! Was sent here from Winter Wonderland VSN on Splitcoast Stampers !! Glad to have found your blog !!

  • 25

    Hi. These are lovely cards. I wanted to copy the Thank You card and post it on my Facebook page. Yesterday was my birthday and I have so many folks to thank. I thought this image would be appropriate. I hope that’s okay. Please advise if its not and I’ll take it down. In kindness, *karendianne.

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