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STAMPlorations Stamp Release Day 1 - HOUSES

This is my second post for today - if you want to see my earlier one click HERE or scroll down.

Hi Everyone,

this is going to be an exciting week - we are showcasing the new STAMPlorations release!!!

Today the Spotlight is on: The Bee's Knees: Houses


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I kept it very simple here - stamped the housed on PP, colored the roofs and windows and added some ground with Copics. Added a sentiment and a little punched heart.
We also have an awesome guest designer with us - you won't believe it -its
Laura Bassen - the one and only!

Check out what Laura and the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all our projects here.

And of course we have prizes:
SIX (6) commenters randomly drawn from the designers' blogs will each win a $10 gift certificate.
ONE (1) commenter randomly drawn from the STAMPlorations blog will win a $30 gift certificate.
there may also be some additional surprise prizes - so leave those comments by February 3rd - it may pay off ;)  - you'll find out on February 5.








Comments

The brightness of your images caught my eye!
liz said…
I linked from Laura's site.... A nother new stamp company!
Thanks for the opportunity to win!
Just fabulous- love our colors!
Kristie Goulet said…
I LOVE your colorful houses! So fun! TFS!!!
TeresaC said…
LOVE your card, Cornelia!! Your paper piecing, color choices and coloring are an inspiration!! Thank you!!
BeverlyBL said…
I love your colors and the papers you used. Very cool!
Becca Cruger said…
How cool and graphic! Who would have thought deer would make such a good paint job on a house. I may have to call my contractor! :)
New Creations said…
Your work is so BEAUTIFUL! You have done a fantastic job of paper piecing this together. :)
riliska said…
Very nice card!! I love the houses' stampings..
conil said…
So impressive. Love the paper piecing mixed with your coloring skills. Actually, am crazy about this card.
joy said…
These houses are just too cute!! I love the paper piecing you've done - a really darling card, Cornelia!
forpahl5 said…
Oh my goodness! I love these houses and on patterned paper beautiful!
maria f. said…
Had to come tell ya this. When I saw your card, my deer-loving eye immediately caught that little guy on the corner of the house and I imagined an open-air-Kino-in-a-German-village kind of setting . Funny how the brain works, eh? Adorable little scene.
hellerlittle said…
jaja eine ganz einfache Karte - wenn ich das bei dir immer lese wie leicht du dir tust, dann werde ich direkt neidisch *gg
die "Einfachheit" gefällt mir ja immer wieder und dein Farbenfrohes Spiel begeistert mich
LG hellerlittle
Flo said…
Deine Häuser haben ja auch noch Muster!!! Das ist ja DER Hit!!!
Susanne Vargas said…
Loved those houses since I first saw them! The look fantastic paper pieced!
Gabriele said…
How cute these houses look paper pieced. So many different techniques with one stamp set. Love it!
Unknown said…
I love these house stamps and your card is so beautiful and colorful.
2amscrapper said…
I love the bright, cheery colors!
Carol said…
Such a quirky card, love it!
Deepti said…
Love the bright colors u picked for the houses, fabulous paper piecing :)
Joyce said…
Love your little colorful neighborhood.
ionabunny said…
Such a fun card. Love the deer on the house. Hugz
Greta said…
Those houses are so cute & I love your card, Cornelia!
Rahmat said…
Love the bright pop of colors against the white background! looks very effective Cornelia!
cm said…
What a warm, welcoming, colourful neighbourhood you've created, Cornelia! Paper-piecing = brilliant! Fabulous showcase of this sweet new set!
Hugs~c
Vicki Dutcher said…
Such fun paper pieced houses! Like your hood! :)
JenniferE said…
Love the bright colors of your houses! Great background work too.
Jerrie said…
Love the houses. The song little houses on a hilltop plays through my mind when I see this set. Love that song and love your card!!
Taunya Butler said…
You did so good with your paper piecing on these cute houses!! Your colors and papers you chose just mesh so well and make a happy little neighborhood!!! Have an amazing day!!!
Kim Heggins said…
You are amazing...simply amazing! Your little village is just stunning and your paper piecing is just perfect.
Manuela said…
schöne Karten, die Häuser sind klasse!
ktfabian said…
I love the simplicity yet wonderful colors of this card!
shirley-bee said…
Love your paper-pieced village :)
Brandi R said…
Cute houses with great colors. Thank you for sharing your sweet card.
Indy's Designs said…
Love those bright paper-pieced houses! FUN!!
Monika Skinner said…
Great paper piecing, love your little village. xxx
Anita in France said…
So fun, Cornelia ... those paper pieced little houses are fabulous ... such a cute village! Anita :)
Iris said…
The houses are so cute.
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