Friday, March 3, 2017

Stamp Simply Spring Release Blog Hop


Welcome to Stamp Simply's Spring Release Blog Hop!  Our designers are excited to share projects featuring four new stamp sets and two new coordinating steel die sets.  Darsie's video showcases the new products and how to use them.  


My first card showcases the beautiful new Get Well Tulip and coordinating steel dies.  


I stamped the tulip onto some text-printed designer paper and colored it with copic markers, then die-cut the sentiment.  Here's a look at the inside.


Here are the supplies I used to make this card:
My next card is a very shiny clean and simple design using one of the new scripture stamp sets, Fear Not.  


I love how metallic paper and some gold ink instantly step up the formality of a card.  The sentiment and pretty paper can stand on their own without any embellishments, so this card would be an easy one to mail, and it would be just as appropriate for a fella as for a lady. 


The words in both new scripture sets are so uplifting!  Life can be tough, and we all know someone who could use some Godly encouragement.  


Here are the supplies for my shiny card:
And here are the links for the hop.  Be sure to visit each one so you can see the projects using the other new sets that were not presented here!

18 comments:

  1. Beautiful design Deb! Love the rich colors and fabulous coloring!

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  2. What lovely cards!!! The tulip is so pretty and I love the verses!

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  3. Both of your projects just BLEW my mind! LOVE the tulip stamped onto the newsprint and I LOVE anything in gold. It's so perfect with the kraft mix!!! Thank you so much!

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  4. Tulips always get my attention as my late hubby and I honeymooned in The Netherlands, because he was Dutch! Gorgeous!!!

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    1. Thanks, Karen! You are in my prayers! <3

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  5. Gorgeous cards with beautiful coloring and details! Love the pretty flowers and sentiments in this release!

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  6. Wonderful and creative cards with these new products.

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  7. WOW!!!Absolutely breathtakingly beautiful and so stunning!!!

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  8. Love the background paper you used, Deb! and the rose.
    Hugs,
    Ann Robbins

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    1. Thanks, Ann! Both of these paper pads are gorgeous! And I love ALL the stamps!

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    1. Thanks! I appreciate all of your sweet comments!

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