Sunday, March 18, 2012

PSA Essentials & Touch Twin Markers Blog Hop - Treasure Map

 
Welcome to the PSA Essentials & Touch Twin Markers blog hop! If you're coming by via Tami Mayberry you're on the right track. If not make sure you start at the beginning over at  Touch Twin Marker Blog with Lydia Fiedler so you don't miss any amazing projects.

I drew a treasure map using Illustrator and provided circles for the key locations for the PSA Essentials stamp icons. I used Touch Twin Markers to bring my illustration to life.

You can download the FREE picture file and print so you can create your very own treasure map. This project is great for Pirate birthday party and a great pretend outdoor/indoor activity for the older kids.

I just love playing with my first set of Touch Twin Markers. It's easy to use and the Colorless Blender is fantastic.


I planned out what I wanted to accomplish before coloring my map. Lined up my markers according to what I want to color first. Then I started with the land and water and worked my way through the different details of the map.


I did a free-hand stripe coloring on the little boy's shirt. The fine tip really helped define the straight lines. 


After coloring all the elements. I stamped PSA Essentials icons to my map. I used a variety of stamp sets for this project. I used Haunted Shack, Anchor's Aweigh, Rocket and Archive Text. It's such a fun project. If you're planning to use it for a treasure dig adventure for a pirate party you can finish one copy and use a color copier to produce extra copies for the other kids participating.


I just love this little guy. 



Hope you enjoyed this project. Your next stop is Jeanne Streiff from Inky Paws...thanks again for stopping by and don't forget to follow PSA Essentials and Touch Twin Markers blogs. 

Here's the blog hop list.
    Touch Twin Marker Blog with Lydia Fiedler’s project- http://touchtwin.blogspot.com/
·         Regina Mangum: http://thestampinbean.blogspot.com/
·         Vera Yates: http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/
·         Jamie Cripps: http://jamielanedesigns.blogspot.com/
·         Dina Kowal - http://mamadinis.blogspot.com/
·         Kim Schofield: http://paperiepetals.blogspot.com/
·         Jennifer Holmes: http://www.simpleflourishes.com/
·         Tami Mayberry - http://tamimayberry.blogspot.com/
·         Mae Armstrong:  http://maearmstrong.blogspot.com/
·         PSA Stamp Camp:  http://www.psastampcamp.blogpsot.com

If you're interested to purchase any PSA Essentials products, we currently have an exclusive discount for blog hoppers at Cyber Savvy Shop. Receive 30% of all Peel & Stick  packs and custom stamp is only $26.50 (regularly $40). Shipping is just $6 for orders over $50 and free for orders over $100.


PSA Essentials is giving away 2 Peel & Stick stamp sets & 1 PSA Stamper (MSRP - $55)
You will also receive six Touch Twin Markers (MSRP - $50) 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

16 comments:

Sonia said...

So cute!!! Some little pirate lover will be feeling like he found the treasure when he gets this!

Ravengirl said...

How totally fun!

Miss Sue said...

Love your detailed instructions!! Thanks for hop.

Miss Sue

Kim said...

Wow! This is so creative! Totally love your treasure map and how you incorporated the PSA stamps.

jessica said...

what a GREAT project!
TFS
jessica
chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
eschfamily@yahoo.com

Anita Braddock said...

Supper cute map love the colors and the blending is so cool thanks for sharing.
abbraddock@msn.com

Lagene said...

Great Treasure Map, so fun!

Bev Gerard * TexasGrammy said...

Oh my word! What a completely fun & fabby (not to mention artistic!) creation! Pirates, Ahoy!!!

~Bev

sharon g said...

GREAT card for a boy!!!!!!!

Janet said...

Thanks for the freebie I love it and I am sure my Grandson will as well. I love how you finished it off!!
Big Blog Hugs, Janet

Terri D. said...

What a precious idea Mae. Love your blog, you have so many adorable projects that I'm itching to try. I will be subscribing for sure. Thanks for sharing!
Blessings

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Super fun project!

Regina Mangum said...

How darling! You are so talented. Love this! XOXO

Carol E said...

Very cute,thank you also for sharing it.

tina said...

Love your fun treasure hunt!

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Awesome project! Looks like a lot of fun! TFS!

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