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Combined So Suzy and The Ton Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

I am sooooo excited to be part of this amazing event - a combined hop between So Suzy Stamps and The Ton!



I have been eyeing The Ton stamps and dies for quite a while - they are just gorgeous! And So Suzy - well you have seen their stamps on my blog - they are simply fabulous! I also love that they are made from rubber - its different stamping with them. Its much better for generational stamping and they don't stick to your paper when you use your Misti.

You may have arrived from the fabulous Eunji - its a hard act to follow her....


I got those gorgeous Peonies Dies from The Ton and die cut them with water color paper. Spritzed Dylusion inks on a sheet of plastic and dipped the dies into the colors. Mounted them onto black card stock. Added the So Suzy Birthday sentiment - heat embossed in white. Lastly I added a strip of envelope liner paper at the bottom.



Here are my supplies:

Petal Cut Peonies Standalone Dies

 I also made a second card with the same supplies:


I used the peonie dies to make a stencil and sponged in pink and red and added a left over leaf from my first card as well as an enamel dot. What you can't see is that I used clear embossing paste over my stencil - it make the image look crisper.


Your next stop on the hop is Jenny Lee - she has an amazing card for you in store! If you get lost - just go back to So Suzy or The Ton and you'll get the complete hop order there.

The hop will go until November 23rd, the winner will be announced November 25th for Black Friday Shopping . The amazing prizes: $25 GC So Suzy Stamps, $25 The Ton and Bunkie Bag

Happy Hopping!

Here are all the stops on the hop:


Comments

!neke said…
Beautiful cards !!!!!
Great how you used the die to make a mask !!!!
Vonnie G. said…
Absolutely gorgeous! Great job. Thanks for sharing!
Amyjzs said…
These 2 cards are simply gorgeous! I'm going to have to try this.
Tania L said…
Such a brilliant idea using the dies to make stencils! Beautiful card!
I love the colors in both cards, great ideas!
Andrea said…
Wow! So Impressed!!
maria f. said…
Wow. Love those Ton peonies - you've created magic with them.
Unknown said…
LOVE the dramatic colors on that black card!!! Absolutely brilliant!
Ellen C said…
Really pretty cards - I love the colors. Thanks for sharing,
Ceal said…
Beautiful cards, love the stenciled one!
Elise Smith said…
So pretty! I love how the colors pop against the black card. It reminds me of a light bright :)
Monica taylor said…
Those flowers sure do pop!
Sue D said…
Beautiful floral cards. I really like how they look against the dark background on the first one.
Nupur Priya said…
Both the cards are beautiful!!!
S. B. said…
Very pretty cards!
Susan said…
Love the cards, very pretty!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love peonies. At our old house
I had a bed full of different colors.
Your flowers would fit right in.
thanks for sharing.
I really like the white card, that striped paper really sets it off nicely.
Jerrie said…
Fantastic card...the colors are beautiful~
Liebe Cornelia, das ist eine absolute eyecatcher Karte. Ganz toll.
Lieben Gruß Elisabeth
Unknown said…
Love all of it! Never thought of the clear embossing paste. Brilliant!
Laurie said…
Beautiful cards! I really like the second one-the colors and the simplicity of it. Beautiful!
Aimee Ann said…
Gorgeous water coloring
María Pilar said…
Great coloring. Beautiful card
D.Ann C said…
Those pretty peonies and the foliage just POP against the black background!! Wow!
Betty said…
two wonderful cards Cornelia - especially love the second one!!
Cynthia Koop said…
Your cards are both beautiful. Using a stencil made from the die is so cool I will have to try it. Thanks!
Unknown said…
Oh my .. your cards are fabulous! I love the colors against the black background! :)
LindaF said…
Gorgeous card, I love these roses.
Mary Borg said…
Such a clever use of products to create two gorgeous card
Ozjane said…
Love your distress use of colours
Unknown said…
This is a unique artistic look. Beautiful cards.
Shirley N said…
I especially love the CAS look of your second card. Beautiful!
blawndee82 said…
The colors really pop against that black. Gorgeous!!!
Denise Bryant said…
Love your beautiful cards with the peonies! Beautiful coloring and details!
liz said…
I have been eyeing that peony die set. Now I want it even more!
Salima said…
Astonishing cards! Just beautiful
Ericka Strange said…
Beautiful cards and I love the colors. So pretty!
Tracy said…
Awesome cards, I especially like the colorful flowers on the black background.
Unknown said…
Beautiful CAS designs! Love the first one for the bold colors and the dramatic floral arrangement! And the second card looks so lovely! To add the striped border was a great final touch!
gorgeous cards!! love the pops of color
cheers
preety
Milene Tiberius said…
Beautiful! I love the strong contrast on the first card and how delicate the second card looks. Super versatile stamp!
Oliev said…
Gorgeous cards!
Unknown said…
Wow! Both cards are amazing! Absolutely beautiful!
Vivian said…
OMG, I love how you made the cards. Great idea. Love the cards! Thanks for sharing
lynda said…
I love the striking difference and versatility of these two cards, each beautifully made!
Nancy Lynn said…
Such beautiful peonies Cornelia and how clever of you using the die to make a DIY stencil! Thanks for sharing!
Vencine said…
Have to try these techniques. Simply gorgeous! TFS!
Unknown said…
Very nice. Loved it.
Janie B. said…
Oh my, so pretty! Nice work! thanks for sharing.
Jean Bullock said…
Love the creative techniques you used for coloring. I hope the other posters clicked on the photos to make them larger so they could see how amazing the cards are. Once I had clicked on the second card photo, I could see the embossing effect on the edges of the blossoms. Very cool!
Unknown said…
love the two totaly different techniques with the same die
What a very pretty card! Love the detail and colors. TFS!!!!
Anonymous said…
I love these cards - great techniques
MelissaF said…
Gorgeous cards, love how you smooshed the diecuts and then used the dies to make a stencil for the pretty sponged peonies!
Both of these cards are absolutely beautiful! I really love it! TFS!
Patt H. said…
Gorgeous cards! Love the bright colors against the black! I need to try those Dylusion sprays. The pink card is my favorite tho. So clean & elegant! Thanks for the clear embossing tip!
Mom and wife. said…
Love the black background
Donnadoll said…
Thank you for sharing your ideas and techniques. I love both cards
Chark said…
beautifully done, love your colors!
HolyLise said…
Die sind beide so schoen :)
Die Farben sind einfach genial!!! Den Trick mit den Dylusions Inks muss ich unbedingt mal ausprobieren!
Bev Gerard said…
Both of these cards are stunning! Love the fabulous contrast in both. Such brilliant colors in both creations!
cindybearj said…
I always love your choice of bright and vibrant colors.
Beautiful cards! I love how the roses look against the black! Stunning!
Take care!
Michele
Justine Hovey said…
Gorgeous card! I love the colours against the black background, they pop! The card on white is equally beautiful!
Unknown said…
can't wait to see more of your work!
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... those vibrant dipped peonies really pop against the black ... they're stunning! I love the softness of the stencilling ... so lovely in all that glorious white space! Hugs, Anita :)
Helen Gullett said…
WOW!! Gorgeous card with beautiful colors!
JoAnn said…
Beautiful cards. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday.
Mandy LaCroix said…
Absolutely gorgeous cards! And love your die cutting for your take on the challenge over at ATSC! - Thanks for sharing it! :)

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