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Monday, January 6, 2014

Flower Stencil with molding paste and beads!

Hello My dear Stamper Friends:
Today it is the new official 2014 release of all Memory Box products...
Today I am starting with a Stencil!!!


Yes that is right... Memory Box has a new line of stencils and it is gorgeous!!!
I  posted today this project at my French blog: "Un Brin de Créativité" for Memory Box

This is so exciting!!!...I have being working like crazy with all these new products ...
I have 3 classes prepared that I will teach at my local craft store, so check them out if you are in the area...I will post later photos and info on this or go to the store to see the samples (soon)
and lots and lost of samples using dies and of course stencils for all my 3 blogs!!!
so stay tuned!!!

I colored the flower with inks with the stencil in place, added molding paste and added micro glass beads and I let it dry overnight...



(Update: March 5th 2014)
FOR Step by step on this card Click HERE
FOR PDF HERE


in another matter...
Today It is Epiphany Day!

Since I did not made a card to commemorate this day as I usually do,
I will share with you a nativity scene made entirely from trinkets in porcelain. These trinkest are found inside a traditional cake that is eaten in France on this day!



This cake is called the "galette des rois" and is share at homes to celebrate the visit of the Magi (the 3 wise men)  to baby Jesus!

Since this day is not celebrated here in the USA, I wanted to share with you my friend bloggers  this tradition that is so dear in all Latin America and many countries in Europe...


A friend of mine gave to me the trinkets when I was living in France and I decided to make the "creche" to house this splendid collection of biblical figurines that represent the story of the Nativity. Nowadays, we still find the trinkets on the cake, but now they are rarely made out of porcelain! now they come in plastic!...so this nativity is very symbolic of this day and of this tradition of eating this cake on Epiphany day!

here it is the photo (from the internet) of this traditional almond pastry cake called la "Galette des rois"! with the trinkets and that is eaten today in France!



A last view of the card with the supplies..remember leave me a comment at the language blogs for a chance to win this stencil...I will announce the winners at the end of the week (after Jan. 12th)


and remember to come back I will have many projects and prizes to share with you!

Good Luck! 


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24 comments:

  1. Wow! Oh! Wow! What a "fantastic" post so much wonderful information thank you for taking the time to do that. Very interesting.
    I have viewed the new stencils but passed as I was not sure of how I would use them. Oh! How I wish I could attend one of your classes the results you have achieved are stunning. I love the effect, Mmmmm! I feel a purchase coming on along with some of the wonderful new Dies that Memory Box are brining out.
    Happy Crafting

    Patricia xx

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  2. Love the happy colours and the bling you used. A lovely card Bibiana

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  3. WHAOUOUO le résultat est superbe!!! , de très belles couleurs et nuances, BRAVO, !!! comme elle est belle cette crèche, TIFFANY

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  4. Fabulous stenciling Bibiana. I absolutely love it. Hugs Rita xxx

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  5. Beautiful card. I have never used stencils but definately want to give them a try.
    Wonderful traditional cake and story also, enjoyed reading about the tradition. The
    cake looks beautiful too.

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  6. Gorgeous colours and the beads make this card very special! Being a Catholic I celebrate Epiphany day too, hope you had a lovely and peaceful day! Best wishes xxx

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  7. Ta carte est superbe, joli combo, merci pour ce petit jeu. Bises.

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  8. Your card is gorgeous and I love the Nativity made from porcelain - really special!
    sandy

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  9. stunning Card Bibiana, love the look of these new stencil. think I must purchase some of them, thank you for the lovely photos and information, beautiful nativity porcelain.
    pam x

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  10. Such a gorgeous card - love the colours. Thanks for sharing information on traditions for day.

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  11. Elle est superbe, j'adore les nuances!
    Bisous

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  12. Hi Bibiana, what a beautiful card, I love the colours you've used, the textures and design are just stunning, very inspiring xx Zoe xx

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  13. You know, I think with using stencils this is the prettiest card I have ever seen...would love to see it up close and personal. ELEGANT!

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  14. Beautiful card Bibiana I love the different techniques you use on your cards.Thank You for giving us the chance to win,you are very generous.

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  15. Ma chère Bibiana, ta carte est magnifique...le combo est superbe!!!
    J'ai une pensée pour toi à l'occasion de l'épiphanie...en mangeant une bonne galette des rois.
    Bonne et belle journée.
    Bises.
    Chantal

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  16. beautiful card! love the stencils!
    Sandra ltb

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  17. What a great tradition. Thanks for sharing. Your card is simply stunning and just love your creativity!

    Shelby

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  18. Happy Epiphany. Your tradition sounds like fun. Your stencil card is so, so gorgeous. The colour is so vibrant. Stencils really seem to becoming popular this year. I guess I need to invest in some.

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  19. c'est juste superbe ta carte est magnifique j adore bisous

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  20. trop belle bravo.ici en loire atlantique on mange une couronne de brioche. bises

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  21. This is beautiful, I want to feature it with one of your stencil posts for Paper Crafter's Library. I sent you another note as well, just let me know. You'll be credited of course!

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  22. It's exciting to look forward to all the new items from Memory Box that you use.
    Card making helps pass the winter months here in the Pacific Northwest. Couple that with living on an island and you get the idea...........lol...........Since the holiday season is officially over today, may we all continue to look forward to these new items.
    Donna

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Thanks so much for visiting my blog!...AND Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post today...It keeps me motivated!
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THANKS again, Bibiana