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STAMPlorations Giving Thanks Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

its a BIG day today at STAMPlorations! This is our 3rd annual Giving Thanks Blog Hop
It is bigger than ever!


We are showcasing the new typographia stamps. 35 designers, including 8 GDT's! You are going to have a lot of fun here!

I made two cards - this is card #1:


My materials:
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I heat embossed on wood paper and ran it through my Big Shot with the nesting die. Diecut the flowers form water color paper I had previously spritzed with Dylusion inks. Assembled it all on black card stock.

Now card #2":



My materials:
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Sponged the background with distress inks. Waited for them to dry completely and heat embossed in white. Stamped the flowers. Ran it through my Big Shot with the nesting die. Added Stickles.

And here comes the BEST:



Because we're doing the Giving Thanks hop this week, all our stamps, stencils, and dies are 40% off with the BIGTHANKS coupon, starting tomorrow November 15th. (Coupon could be used only once per customer/shipping address; coupon does not apply to products in the New Release and Retiring categories; coloring books; and gift certificates). But you can use my 20% off DT code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA an unlimited number of times to purchase stamps in the New Release category (and you get a freebie only if your order is at least $40).

And now another great twist: 

If you decide to order, you can leave a note in your order, or email Shery (stamplorations@gmail.com) and mention my name. You can choose a free word/phrase die (up to $10 value) and have it included in your order (no minimum order). So lets say you include a note or email to say, "Hey, Shery, I just placed an order with the 40% off coupon after reading about it on Cornelia's blog. I'd like the Fabulous word die as my freebie, please!", you get free stuff and I'll get credit for that sale  - win - win!!!


Want to play along - we have a linky party arranged - click HERE
 We are having LOTS of prizes - for all the info click HERE

Happy Hopping!


Comments

maria f. said…
These look fabulous. I love the die cut flowers gracing the corners of the woodgrain plank.
All are gorgeous. I really love the wood background for the first one you displayed. That makes those images just pop.
conil said…
Going to try embossing on wood paper. Hope it looks as fantastic as your's does.
New Creations said…
The wooden PP really popped up the floral dies so well and the other one is so colorful in vivid colors!
Dotty Jo said…
These are both gorgeous, but I hope you won't mind me saying how much I love the background for card #1, Jo x
Dee Earnshaw said…
both of your cards are so pretty, but your rainbow one is mmmmmm gorgeous:)
D Q said…
Beautiful cards. Wonderful creations
cm said…
Lovely x two! The woodgrain stamping...oh myyyyyyyy! LOVE!
Hugs~c
Arianna Barbara said…
Oh my! Both your cards are really gorgeous!!! I'm totally in love for your first one!!!
Julie B said…
Fab cards, love the woody one most I think. :)
ciloma said…
Both cards are great. I suck at blending and would never attempt the second one - at least not right now... The wood theme card is gorgeous! I love the pop of color from the flowers that flank the wood. I like how you colored and sparkled the center of the flowers on the blended card and that they frame and contrast with the sentiment. Nocely done!
Marsha said…
These are really beautiful! I love the wood background and bright flower die cuts. The distress inks are so lovely together and the outline flowers are a perfect touch.
Craftyfield said…
Both cards are gorgeous! Great use of vibrant colours and contrast.
Karthikha said…
Fantastic creations!! So pretty they are!! Thanks for sharing with us :)
Becca Yahrling said…
I love the earthiness of the 1st card with the woodgrain BG.
Very pretty cards!
Jean said…
The woodgrain really sets this off!
Chris Dring said…
Love the look of that woodgrain background with the embossed sentiment and colorful flowers on your first card, and the colorful background on the second. Two fabulous cards!
Christine said…
Wow! I like the look of white embossing on the "wooden fence". Love the flowers in the corners, too!
Sue D said…
Beautiful cards. Love the woodgrain on the first and the rainbow of colors on the second.
Cheetarah said…
Beautiful cards Cornelia! Love the rainbow colored one! Happy Thanksgiving! xo Cheetarah
beautiful cards :) Happy thanksgiving !
Wow !! Here are wonderful cards !
margessw@icloud.com
nancy littrell said…
I love both your cards, Cornelia. I love the organic feel of your 1st card and the brightness of your 2nd. TFS my friend. Hugs and Happy Holidays.
D.Ann C said…
Ok, I was all set to comment on the fab wood background with pretty flowers, then I scrolled down and saw the gorgeous rainbow with flowers and went 'Ohhhh!' They're BOTH lovely!!
The Paper Layer said…
What gorgeous cards, love them both!
Craftychris said…
Both these are awesome! Love the woodgrain background with the bright flowers on the first and the super bright colours are gorgeous on the second! xxx
Helen Gullett said…
They are so beautiful!
Lucy E. said…
Wow-I really love the white embossed
sentiment on the wood plank Paper. Those
die cut flowers are so bright and fresh!
The second card is so gorgeous, with its pretty rainbow background :-)

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