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Skipping Stones Design July Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

I am so excited - guess what - I got onto the Skipping Stones DT! Yeahh!!! I was over the moon, when Heather Timmins asked me to join! Of course I said YES!! I had so much fun using their stamps (especially those snarky ones) with the Blogs for Boobies Hop! and now - more fun in the future!

Now, since this is a blog hop - you probably arrived from the very talented Tanja Kabel.


This cute bird is from the set Best of Birds. I made him a rainbow sponged background. The musical notes and the hello are from the same set.


I fuzzy cut the bird. The frame I die cut (Simon Says) and the speech bubble is a punch (EK success)



Your next stop on the hop is Jessie Knigthrone - she has an amazing card waiting for you.
In case you get lost - just go back to Skipping Stones Design and you'll find the complete list there.
You can win a new stamp set of your choice by commenting on each blog along the way. For extra chances subscribe to the Skipping Stones Blog.

Happy hopping!

Linking up with:
Shopping our Stash - speech bubble
Just us Girls - sponging
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Comments

Awesome. Loving what you did with the stamp.
craftymom205 said…
Great card. Love the colorful background.
conil said…
Well, congratulations...this is fantastic. And so is the card created for your first DT assignment. Obviously, they are lucky to get you. Love those beautiful rays. So gorgeous. I just admire your fussy cutting skills so much. You must be such a patient person...something that wasn't offered in my gene pool.
Mimi said…
Okay, a new fave. This is a perfect card as far as I'm concerned-- I give it a 10! Thanks for using the speech-bubble from your stash and playing again with us at SOS :)
Mac Mable said…
Congratulations on making the team, they are so lucky to have you on their team x Fun card today and loving the mono chrome bird against the gorgeous colourful background. x
D.Ann C said…
Such a pretty background for this cool stamp!
FeM said…
Love the background.
Shelly said…
Super sweet card!
Vicki Dutcher said…
Congrats on yet another gig! [Be careful you don't over do it :)] -- your sponging is very awesome with the B&W bird! Thanks for joining in at JUGS!
cm said…
Congratulations on your new DT role (your creativity is going to land you a full time job as a designer, my friend!!)! Marvelous debut...the rainbow rays are lovely scenery for your little bird...who is very cute, by the way *grin*
Hugs~c
Indy's Designs said…
I have this bird image and it is one of my favorites! You have created a beautiful project with it!
Kim Heggins said…
Cornelia...a big congrats to you! You will be amazing. Always love your incredible cards and this one is no exception. Love your pastel rainbow, so sweet.
Sharyn Polesel said…
Congrats on the DT appointment! Love the rainbow sponging on your pretty card. Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!
papierelle said…
Eine wunderschöne Idee mit diesen Farbstrahen!!
Anita in France said…
Congratulations on your new DT, Cornelia ... they're lucky to have you! Gorgeous rainbow ... love how you've positioned the bird to sing out into it ... just fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Glückwunsch zu einem weiteren DT für deine Sammlung! Ich mag die Kombination von Regenbogenfarben mit schwarz-weissem Motiv bei deiner Karte!
Chris Dring said…
Congrats on your DT gig! Your sponged background looks so cool and really makes that bird stamp stand out! Love the simple hello in the speech bubble. Thanks for joining us at both Shopping Our Stash and Just Us Girls!
Denise Bryant said…
Love your pretty background and that sweet bird! Great card!

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