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Skipping Stones Design September Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

its blog hop time at Skipping Stones Designs.
You probably arrived from the very talented Jessie.


I used that cute Elephant from the set Elephant End

I stamped the front once and then continued to stamp the rear, going into the back side of my card. I colored it with Inktense pencils. Added Washi tape and the heat embossed sentiment, as well as an enamel dot.


Your next stop on the hop is Debra - 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.

Here is the complete line-up:
Cornelia - you are here


Of course, we have a blog candy. It will be a stamp set of the winners choice. The winner will be announced next Friday. In order to win you must subscribe to the SSD blog and like our Facebook page. You also must leave a comment on each blog. For extra entries you can follow our blogs.

 
Happy hopping!



Comments

Flo said…
Der Elefantenstempel ist DER Hit!!! Der könnte mir auch sehr gut gefallen.
Deine Karte damit ist aber nicht weniger toll!!! :-)))
Liebe Grüße
Such a sweet card. Love it.
*Vicki* said…
TEE! This is so cute! Love the "back side" of the elephant along with the punny sentiment! :) Great idea to go around the back of the card!!
Denise Bryant said…
Cute as can be! Love the elephant front and back, and your coloring! Darling card!
conil said…
(Insert hysterical laughing here) I am totally and irrevocably in love with this card. First, the coloring in right on but stamping tha rear image all around the card has to be the most unique way to get your query across that I've ever seen. Just perfectly done. (Insert loud applause her.)
These elephants are adorable!
Mac Mable said…
Such a giggle, such fun and fabulous sentiment too x
Karenladd said…
Love this fun card, it made me do a double-take and then laugh!! So adorable and beautifully colored.
Lisa said…
hahaha!! So cute and fun! Love that elephant!
FeM said…
I like the simplicity.
Debra Davison said…
This is just the cutest idea to wrap the design around the card like that !!
Unknown said…
So cute card, very original...
Die ist echt klasse!
Sonnige Grüße aus DE
Sylwia
clelie said…
So very cute...very clever! :)
New Creations said…
So unique, clever and different one, made me smile!
Mary Holshouser said…
I have a "thing" about elephants. I have a large
collection of them and love to see them used in any
designs.
Your card is wonderful.
I'd be thrilled to see it come to my house.
thanks for sharing a darling card.
Becca Yahrling said…
Oh my, that's hysterical and so adorable.
Suchi said…
Long time no see! Your card is so cool and hilarious! :) Love it! Hope you are doing good? Could see your Boston pics on FB though! :)
Crafty Hugs xx
Arianna Barbara said…
Wow! Such a lovely card!!!!
I'm a new follower!
Anita in France said…
Hahaha, so cute and fun, Cornelia ... that elephant (front or back!) is adorable! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
hiyaaaa so so cuuteeee
and the clever idea too only colored that two elephant Ach I love this cute row elephant card Miss lady
cute cutee cuteeee

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