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STAMPlorations Summer Release Day 4

Hi Everyone,

We are introducing 
By Shery Russ

I stamped and heat embossed in white on Kraft for card#1. Colored with Inktense. Added a matching strip of patterned paper at the bottom.
Card #2 I stamped and colored with Inktense. Added Wink of Stella to the butterflies. Added a strip of patterned paper at the side.

Here is the hop info:
- Commenting is open from July 16 to July 23
- Must comment on ALL the stamp release posts on the STAMP blog and designers' blogs to qualify for the prizes

- ONE winner of $25 GC 
- ONE winner of her choice of (1) stamp set and (1) word die from the new release

Other info:
- all stamps (including new release) are 10% off automatically + use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA for an
extra 20% off


Esther Asbury said…
Lovely cards -- I really like the colors against the kraft background!
conil said…
You did this new stamp set proud...I'm off to shop.
Cindy Holmes said…
Very pretty cards! I just love how the top card you colored the flowers and then white embossed them! I also like that you have the flowers on Kraft paper it just makes them stand out so nicely!!
Becca Yahrling said…
Very pretty! I love the coloring and the colors.
JenniferE said…
Such pretty cards! Amazing how different a card can look with a different background!
Beautiful work using this new stamp set. I love the coloring on them all too.
Super sweet projects, Love your coloring on the Kraft paper. TFS
KT Fit Kitty said…
Gorgeous cards! Love your white embossing and colouring on kraft! Beautiful buterflies too!
Gail said…
Both great pieces of art - like the butterflies and flowers - they are wonderful!
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
Wow!!! These cards are lovely!!!!
Anita in France said…
These are both so beautifully coloured, Cornelia ... a delicious floral frame ... and a wonderfully delicate kaleidoscope of butterflies ... gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Linda said…
These are gorgeous .... love the colours on the Kraft card xx
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the simple designs.
Don't always need a lot of
fussy to have a great card.
thanks for sharing
Maura said…
Love both cards, but the one on kraft won my heart!
Karenladd said…
I love the stamping on kraft for a homespun look!
Really like your cards! Thank you for sharing and inspiring us!
Craftychris said…
Gorgeous cards - I adore the butterflies! xxx
Sue D said…
So pretty. Love the colors.

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