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Topflight Stamps Summer Blog Hop

  Hi Everyone,


Come celebrate Summertime with Topflight Stamps! I’ve teamed up with some great designers to showcase summer cards using the unique products available at Topflight Stamps. Please hop along with us for a chance to win! 


You should have arrived here from Kathi Rerek's blog. If not, no worries, catch the details below.




 

I made a water color background. Stamped the hippo and fish. I stamped the hippo again as well as the crocodile and cut them out. I did not cut the hippo below the swim ring. I colored the animals with water brush pens. Assembled everything. Drew a partial box around my background. Heat embossed the sentiment and added it to my card.


Follow along here and if you get lost you can always start at the Topflight Stamp Blog.

Topflight Stamps

Ericka Strange

Lisa Hoel

Dina Kowal

Autumn Clark

Connie Mercer

Natasha Vacca

Kathi Rerek

Cornelia Wenokor - you are here


GIVEAWAY DETAILS

Of course, it wouldn’t be a celebration without prizes! Topflight Stamps is giving one lucky winner a $50 Gift Certificate to the store. For a chance to win, make sure to comment on every stop on the hop by June 18th. Winners will be announced on the Topflight Stamps blog on June 20th. Good Luck!


Also don’t forget to check out the Summertime Sale going on now!


Here are the stamp supplies I used:
Use code FUNSTAMPING to get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps

Linking up with

Stamps & Fun = Creativity - Urlaub/vacation
The Paper Players - signs of summer, see below
Simon Says Stamps - create a scene

















Comments

Kathi said…
You created such a fun summertime scene on your wonderful card! I love the critters and that wonderful doodled box.
Flo said…
Oh je!!! Der See läuft aus!!! Hoffentlich bekommen wir keine Überflutung bzw. nasse Füße!!!
Eine superschöne Karte zeigst Du hier.
Liebe Grüße
Fonda said…
Your card is so funny! Love the hippo in the pool float and the sentiment!
Bonnie said…
Your partial box is fascinating. Your hippos are hysterical to see in their swim.
conil said…
This is what I'd like to do about now...swimming in the ocean is always a treat. And your coloring is, once again, outstanding.
Lisa Hoel said…
so cute and very summery!!
Amy Williams said…
Your card is fabulous! I love the adorable scene you created and I love your hand-drawn border.
Becca Yahrling said…
How adorable and fun and so creative.
Connie Mercer said…
Such a FUN card!!! Very creative!!
Ann Schach said…
What a fun card! These images are so cute. A hippo in a duckie floater will bring a smile to anyone's face. Thank you for playing in my Signs of Summer challenge at The Paper Players this week!
Another fun and cute card design. Great summer theme.
Anne Marie Hile said…
Super cute! Thank you so much for joining us this week over at The Paper Players!
Nancy said…
What a delightful card! I think your talent has no boundaries! What a fabulous summertime-themed card! Love the way you framed it! Thanks for being with us at The Paper Players. Take care!
Tammy P. said…
So cute! I learned something about how to create the illusion of the critter being in the pool floating, so thanks for that tip. I really like your partial box too!
Denise Bryant said…
Such a fun underwater scene! I love the hippo and croc! Awesome colors!
Terry S. said…
Cute card! I love an outlined watercolor background.
Tera Callihan said…
This card is adorable! Perfect for summer!
V. K. said…
Ha Ha! Love the hippo in the ring float. So funny! Like the frame you created around the scene.
Kathy H said…
Love the cute critters! Right up my alley.
cghundley said…
Oh too cute!
Fabulous scene.
Carla from Arizona
Your card is a happy card, love the crocodile.
QuilterLaura said…
Love this card, so fun!
SewPaperPaint said…
Cornelia, this is one of my fav CAS cards ever! It's so on point and beautifully colored. I'm a huge fan of lounging in the pool, so I could look at this card all day! Hugs, Autumn
Dee Earnshaw said…
what a super fun card = love these images
Viki Banaszak said…
This is so cute! I love how you painted the water. It looks great.
Lucy E. said…
What a sweet water scene with the cute critters!
Graciella said…
A very cute whimsical summer card. In this heat, you don't want more than being in the water.
L in MN said…
The alligator watching the hippo cracked me up. Very cute card.

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