Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Tuesday Throwdown #155: Spotlighting Technique

Well what d'ya know! Its time for another Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. This week we bring you a technique challenge. I love being able to (read: forced to) learn something new. And this week, we want you to have a go at the "Spotlighting Technique".

It's actually easier then you think and there are a couple of great tutorials over at Splitcoaststampers to guide you: Spotlighting Technique and Reverse Spotlighting Technique.

A Day For Daisies has so very generously provided the DT with some cute digis to play with and, hopefully, inspire you to have a go at this technique. For my project I'm using an adorable digi called Night Time Prayer.


The papers are from Crate Paper's Toy Box 6x6 pad. To cut and layer the image I used Spellbinder  dies. Simple embellies: 4 bling and some blue gingham ribbon.  That sweet sentiment is by Kathryne of Stamp Art Design

Here's a close-up of the image. I coloured the cute little teddy with SN markers. This images speaks volumes of the innocence of a child. And, there's a lesson in it for all of us. Know that He is listening. Love it! 

Couldn't resist using the blocks inside. 


Now it's your turn. Create a project using the Spotlighting Technique and link it up over at the Tuesday Throwdown challenge blog.  Remember to follow the rules or you'll miss out on some fabby prizes. Good luck and thanks for stopping by.

Beijinhos!


23 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Asha both inside and out, the image is so sweet. Will be poping over to have a look at Spotlighting Technique.. Hugs Lozzy xx

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  2. Oh Asha, this is absolutely stunning. Hugs x

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  3. Asha your card is so pretty. Love the sentiment.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    Your DT Sister at Tuesday Throwdown
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  4. Oh So Pretty...Love the digital, sentiment and technique.

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  5. How lovely!! I haven't seen this technique before - it looks great. Such a fabulous card, very sweet :)

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  6. AW!! This is just as sweet as can be Asha!! Love that spotlight on the teddy bear along with the gingham ribbon!! :) HUGS

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  7. This is so cute Asha!! I love the sweet little teddy that you highlighted with this technique!! Fantastic job!
    <3 Emily L.

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  8. ADORABLE image and what a great choice for using the Spotlighting Technique! It's a technique I've never tried myself, but I feel very inspired to give it a go looking at how amazing your card turned out!

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  9. Brilliant!! Love it. Hugs xx

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  10. What a fab technique Asha! love this card lots of huggles hun Sue xx

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  11. wow, this is gorgeous....and the sentiment is beautiful, it really struck a note with me.

    thank you for joining in with the cutie pies

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  12. Card is so beautiful. Adorable image.

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  13. Asha, I LOVE this card! What a fun technique, I'll have to check it out and give it a go. Thanks for joining us at Make It Monday.

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  14. This is beautiful Asha. I love what you've created. Inside and out! The stitching is lovely too. It's a delight to see the freebie sentiment being used. It goes perfect with this sweet image and adorable scene. Thank you for the link and your lovely comments. xx Kathryne

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  15. this looks like a cool technique, will be forced to watch the video!! So love the gingham ribbon and beautiful sentiment x

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  16. I am speechless, great beautiful card!
    Greetings
    vive-lavi

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  17. What a darling image and I sooo love the spotlighting technique....your card is adorable!!!

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  18. It's so sweet! I found this at Make it Monday!

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  19. This is gorgeous!! Your image is perfect for this technique!! I love this sentiment!!

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  20. Lovely card, thanks for joining us at Cutie Pie's. Sue x

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  21. Such a sweet card Asha!! Love the image and your papers are perfect!!
    Blessings to you!!

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  22. What an awesome entry in the Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog's "Anything Goes" challenge! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, DT
    http://leslieturner58.blogspot.com

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  23. Lovely card and a wonderful sentiment too.
    Thank you for joining the Cutie Pies Cute & Cuddly challenge and good luck x Susan x

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