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So Suzy and Crackerbox Stamps New Release

Hi Everyone,

perhaps you arrived from Donna Idlet on this hop.

The new So Suzy and Crackerbox Stamps release is out and you will be happy to hear, that we now have a lot of wonderful sympathy card sentiments in our collection.

The sentiment I used you can find HERE

I masked the first line of the sentiment and stamped it with Versamark onto dark green card stock. heat embossed it in gold. The reminder of the sentiment I stamped on the inside of my card.

The background I made with alcohol ink on Yupo paper. There is a fabulous YouTube Video out there - if you are interested how I made this background. I did it pretty much the same way as that guy in the video.Where there is a lot of ink, it stays sticky and I used that to add little bits of gold foil to it. Came out quite well. 

You now can also buy Catherine Pooler inks on the So Suzy and Crackerbox Stamps website - they are fantastic! I am a big fan!

The next stop on the hop is Terri Albro Burson- you don't want to miss her!
In case you get lost, just go back to So Suzy and Crackerbox Stamps blog.

Cornelia Wenokor - you are here

To celebrate this release, Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps is giving away a $25 gift certificate to ONE lucky winner! 
PLUS, there is FREE SHIPPING in the USA on Saturday 8-11 & Sunday 8-12!!
And a bonus...we are announcing that we now have Catherine Pooler inks in stock!!

Please leave a comment here on our corporate Blog and ALL Designers Blog by Monday, August 13th, for a chance to win.
The winner will be announced on our Facebook Page on 8/18/2018. 

We also have a sale going on at this month, this includes all animal stamps:

That little frog is yours free with every order this month - not sure what do do with it? 

And more exciting news - we now have Catherine Pooler Inks!

Happy Stamping! 

Enjoy our hop!


Becca Yahrling said…
A very beautiful BG you created to highlight the sentiment.
I don't have alcohol inks, but I sure enjoy seeing how different
they come out each time.
Dana M said…
Gorgeous card! Beautiful alcohol ink background.
Sue D said…
Wonderful background and beautiful verse.
Arianna Barbara said…
Wow!!! Awesome card!!! Beautiful background!
Anita in France said…
Beautiful background, Cornelia ... there's something so wonderfully calm and soothing about it ... it's gorgeous with the traces of gold foil. Lovely sentiment, outside and in. Hugs, Anita :)
conil said…
I think Google is eating my comments. Wanted to tell you that this sympathy card made me tear up. Not only is it a lovely sentiment, but that glorious green background with the hint of gold is just spectacularly beautiful.
So beautiful with that gorgeous green background. And, I love the inside sentiment as well.
cghundley said…
Gorgeous inking on
the background.
Very pretty.
Carla from Utah
Ericka Strange said…
Beautiful card and I love your background. The green is gorgeous and the sentiment is so pretty. Great card!
papierelle said…
Das ist ja noch mal so ein mega schöner Hintergrund. Auch diese Karte begeistert mich total!!!
Mac Mable said…
Turned out amazingly well and absolutely stunning x Love the vibrant colours x
Stacey Kowbel said…
Beautiful card! Love the colours!

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