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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Blog Hop #4

Hi Everybody,

Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. Affiliate links may be used in the links provided below.

You might have arrived form the wonderfully talented Tracy McLennon

Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps  is having a huge birthday celebration this month in conjunction with a huge new stamp release! Two reasons to celebrate!!!!




Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps has a couple of beautiful flower stamps in this release -  see them on the hop or in the store. I used the hydrangea and heat embossed it in gold. Added  Brushos. Spritzed with water. Soooo easy to do and the result is always so pretty! The sentiment is also from the new release, you can find it HERE. I heat embossed it onto vellum. 




And don't forget all the ongoing festivities on the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps blog!


You can get $5.00 store credit once a week. Each month we will have several categories on sale for 20% OFF and a technique for that month. All you have to do is make a card with at least one stamp from the sales category and use the technique and 
Vicky will put $5.00 on your store account and leave you a comment that it is done. We can't wait to see your creative work! 

Here are the 20% off stamp sale categories and card techniques.

April - embossing powder
Your next stop on the hop is Donna Idlet

In case you get lost, here is the complete line-up:
Cornelia Wenokor - you are here


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Comments

conil said…
Love hydrangeas so this card caught my eye immediately. The color is also the shade that grows outside my window. The spatter that the Brusho's created is glorious.
Kat said…
Absolutely love it, and the touch of elegance
MadeByMeghanK said…
oooo the gold embossing is gorgeous! And I LOVE the blue!
Denise Bryant said…
Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers! Beautiful card! Love your awesome coloring!
papierelle said…
Diese Karte ist so mega mäßig schön!!!
Izzy Scrap said…
OMG, I LOVE THIS CARD ! Hydrangea is my favourite flower and moreover blue ones ! I really have to try your technique, the result you achieved is just STUNNING ! Your design is also very eye-catching. Thanks so much for sharing this beauty and for playing along at Addicted to Stamps and More.
Susan said…
Gorgeous card - I just love the colours! ~ Susan | moonsandstars.com
Dawn T said…
A beautiful card Cornelia, Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday this week
Anita in France said…
What a beauty, Cornelia ... the unstructured nature of the brusho's make these delicious hydrangea positively dreamy! Gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Wonderful card! Love the flowers!
Tristan said…
Stunning flowers Cornelia. Love the gold embossing and then the messy water colouring effect with the Brushos. Thanks for joining us this week at Watercooler Wednesday. Tristan DT.
Absolutely gorgeous!!!
Rosmarie said…
Sehr schön mit dem Pergamentstreifen in der Mitte!!
Tout simplement SUPERBE.
MaryannG
Helen said…
So beautiful, Cornelia! Hydrangeas are one of my favourite flowers and yours are wonderful with the gold embossing and colours! Thanks so much for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week!
LeeAnn McKinney said…
Love the Brusho's I just don't use mine enough. Guess I am going to have to pull them back out again. Awesome job

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