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New Graciellie Design Stamps - Blog Hop & Giveaway


Hi Everyone,
you arrived at the
New Graciellie Design Stamps Blog Hop & Giveaway!

You probably know Graciellie - her beautiful cards have won innumerous prizes and she has been designing for Unity Stamps for a long time. Now she has her own shop - Graciellie Design’s Digital Stamps. Gracie’s stamps are so versatile and today I have the chance to share a card with you using one of her new sets called Butterflies.

So here is my card:

The beauty about digital stamp is that you can resize them any size you like and you can also digitally mask them (if you have mastered the intricacies of photoshop or whatever program you like to use.) Its a learning curve, but once you know how to do that its easy - just like anything.
I resized those beauties, added the sentiment and then printed it on to water color paper. And then I water colored them. Added some accents with a white gel pen.

This and other new digital stamp sets can be found at Graciellie Design’s shop HERERemember to like and follow her shop to be the first know about any new products! If you want to check out last month’s release and inspiration blog hop click here.
For a chance to win a new digital stamp set of your choice from Gracie’s shop comment on the blogs listed below. I’m sure their cards will inspire you!

Cornelia - you are here

The giveaway will run for a week and Gracie will announce the winner on her blog, so don't forget to subscribe to her newsletter HERE.
You may want to give digital stamping a try - in the long run its a big money saver, too!

Linking up with:
Darnell's NBUS challenge - brand new digital stamps
Happy Digital Stamping!


Ich musste gerade zwei mal schauen... ja das ist eine Karte - Wahnsinn! Ich würde mir die sofort einrahmen! Super schön!
Foodista88 said…
Love how you made the butterflies into different sizes! How creative!
Mac Mable said…
Wow a stunner..Your water colouring is fabulous and so much movement in this card. Great effect with the digi stamps and the sizing and masking.
D.Ann C said…
What gorgeous coloring on those butterflies!!
Karen said…
This is such a stunning take on this inspiring stamp set! I love the design you created with the butterflies... and your watercoloring is spectacular. Absolutely stunning! It's a joy to be hopping along with you today.. thank you for the sweet inspiration. :o)

Hugs and blessings,
KT Fit Kitty said…
So pretty! The butterflies are beautiful! Thank you for an inspirational blog hop!
Anonymous said…
I love these butterflies. You've colored them so beautifully you can see the each vein in their wings! Great job.
Kathy Krug said…
Beautiful coloring on the butterflies.
Anne said…
What a fabulous idea to resize the stamps - the possibilities are endless with the variations you could produce thank s much for the ideas.
papierelle said…
LG Gundi
Kristie Goulet said…
Very pretty card!!!
Flo said…
Vielleicht sollte ich mich mal etwas intensiver mit Digital Stempeln befassen, dein Werk ermuntert einen direkt dazu!!!
Danke für den Schubs!!! und die tolle Karte.
Liebe Grüße
*Vicki* said…
WOW!! Amazing!!
conil said…
Oh my, if only I wasn't a technological fool...these digital stamps always fascinate me. This card is spectacular. Those butterflies...well, fly right off the card. Gorgeous coloring.
Anita in France said…
A stunner, Cornelia ... simply and perfectly beautiful! Hugs, Anita :)
Arianna Barbara said…
Wow! Beautiful card!!!
Donna said…
Gorgeous, like how your butterfly appears to be flying!
SewPaperPaint said…
Hi Cornelia, this is such a great make with the fabulous butterflies! So inspiring. Enjoying hopping with you! <3 Autumn
Shawna said…
Okay!! Now these is ridiciuosly amazing designs... Just look at your superman happy sentiment.. Love the pops of color.. And what is with those amazing butterflies.. they are so pretty I think they will fly off your card!! Great job my friend
Monika Reeck said…
I adore that stamp and how clever you to make it in different size
like the biggest one the mother and the other one her three daughter
adorable colored and loveee your butterfly card Cornelia

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