Fun & Crafty July 2014 Blog Hop

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10492572_10203243812188609_2365863282456137425_nDesigner Paper can be so much fun to use and every June we get a whole new palette of Designer Papers to chose from. This month the theme is Designer papers we love! I chose to work with 2 different sets, the Moonlight paper stack and the Park Lane set.

For my first card, I chose the brown chevron from Park Lane and the Kind Koala single stamp. Isn’t he adorable! and so much fun to color with our new Blendabilities, Alcohol markers with a point end and a brush end.

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For my second card, I choose to color in the new Blended Bloom single stamp, cut it out and then layer it on this delightfully fun daffodil delight wave pattern from Moonlight with a bit of the Mossy Meadow Stitched Stain Ribbon wrapped under the flower. the sentiment from Really Good Greetings was the finishing touch.

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For my final card for this post, I used the Designer paper to emulate a table cloth to hold a vase of flowers from Pictogram Punches, now there’s a stamp set that grows on you, and finished off with the saying from Kinda Eclectic. 

IMG_0656I used a lot of the new 2014-2016 In-colors in the cards. Do you have a favorite? I can’t decide between Blackberry Bliss and Mossy Meadow.

Hope you enjoyed my renditions and are ready to be wowed by the awesome creations of these Fun & Crafty Stampers.

Make sure you visit the links below and make sure to leave them some love by commenting and letting them know what you think of their interpretations!

Blog Hop Participants:

'Til next time...Happy Stamping!
~Kathy 

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4 Comments on “Fun & Crafty July 2014 Blog Hop”

  1. Great work with the blendabilities. I love the look of the purple flower against the yellow DSP.

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