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So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps - New Release

Hi Everyone,

the new So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps release is here! For all you Harry Potter fans out there you will be delighted to see that we now have a lot of Harry Potter stamps for you!


Now I am not really big on Harry Potter, but I still managed to create an acceptable card I hope....
I used the Gryffindor coat of arms and the sorting hat poem that goes along with it. I colored the coat of arms with Inktense and Finetec mica watercolors. Cut it out and mounted with with foam tape onto maroon wood grain card stock (Alexandra Renke). the sentiment I heat embossed with WOW gold embossing powder. For the maroon card stock I used a stitched die to cut it in size.


  To show you a lot of our new stamps, we have prepared a little blog hop for you:
Cornelia Wenokor - you are here

And as always, there is a prize to win - a$25 gift certificate to the store!

Our current promotions:

All Christmas Stamps are 15% off in the month of November

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And this wonderful sentiment is 50%off in November


Comments

conil said…
Well, I am a fan of Rowling and I love this card. Very, shall we say, magical. Love you choice of colors...yes, I know they're Gryffindor colors, but they look fabulous on your card.
So regal looking......beautiful...
amazing image! what a fantastic card!

Alicia
Denise Bryant said…
Beautiful card! Love the colors you used!
Anita in France said…
Bold and striking, Cornelia ... that gold embossing stands out beautifully against the maroon woodgrain! I am a Harry Potter fan ... though can't imagine myself needing to make an HP card these days! Hugs, Anita :)
Sue D said…
I am not big on Harry Potter either but your card is fabulous.

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