Monday, November 28, 2011

Always Here For You

Here's a little step back in time for you with these two sweet little kids. The photostamp is from the Darling Boys plate and the sentiment, 'I will always be here for you' is from the Say It Like It Is stamp plate and are both by The Stampsmith.

I'm sorry, I know this is a horrible picture of this card with it being all blurry...but, I had to use my scanner since my camera is dead and I can't for the life of find my charging cable. I'll have to go on an all out hunt for it tomorrow! lol :)

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

It's a Tea Party

I have a French inspired card to share with you today using the Paris plate from The Stampsmith. In case you don't read French, the sign reads, "French Countryside Chocolates and Teas.'

I made this card for my youngest daughter who loves everything French. This image reminds me of her hosting little tea parties for me. We used to have so many, perhaps some day we'll actually venture over to Paris for some real tea and to do some sightseeing of all the wonderful pictures throughout France that she has in her room. Some day...

Have you checked out the current Blog Hop that we're having over on The Stampsmith Challenge blog in celebration of our one year anniversary of the challenge blog. If you haven't yet, pop on over and leave a comment and then visit each of the Design Team members and leave a comment on each of our blogs for a chance to win some new rubber from The Stampsmith.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Remember When...

Oh, dear sweet, Shirley. Doesn't she bring a smile to your face and take you to a happy place? The sentiment, Remember When... comes from the Say It Like It Is stamp plate. The Shirley photostamp and the sentiment are both from The Stampsmith.

Have you had a chance to play along in our current blog hop with the rest of The Stampsmith Design Team in celebration of our one year anniversary of The Stampsmith Challenge blog? So, what are you waiting for? Pop on over and join in on the fun and leave the other DT gals some love. There could be new rubbah in your future! :)

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Saturday, November 5, 2011

In Sympathy

I have a sympathy card to share with you today. I used the Botanica plate and the 'In Sympathy' sentiment is from the Say it Like it Is stamp plate, these are both by The Stampsmith.

I cropped my flowers, so here's a view of the entire Botanica plate so you can see all the gorgeous flowers in full.
I'm heading out for some crafty fun with my local stamping friends tonight, so I'll have another new project to share with you soon!

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

TSC24: Ribbons and Lace - Blog Hop Celebration

It's time for a little voyage to Paris...well, in my dreams anyway! lol :) I created this card for the current challenge over at The Stampsmith Challenge. This month, the theme is "Ribbons and Lace". For my project, I used the Eiffel Detail stamp, along with the postmark, map and Bon Voyage sentiment stamps from the Paris sheet, all by The Stampsmith. I hope you decide to play along, you have the entire month of November to create something and link it over to us, for a chance to win some goodies from Estelle at The Stampsmith.

Last month, we celebrated the grand opening of the new Stampsmith Online Store - we're still jittering with excitement - it's so amazing!! This month we are celebrating The Stampsmith Challenge's one year anniversary and we couldn't be more excited to give you some extra chances to win... read on!!

This month's lovely theme of Ribbons and Lace was suggested by Lynne . Create a project that includes some ribbon and lace and link up your project! All projects will be entered in a random draw for your choice of a full sheet of Stampsmith rubber valued at $21!

In addition, at the end of this month, we will be entering ALL of the comments from this blog and each of the designers' blogs into a hat for an additional full sheet of Stampsmith rubber - also valued at $21!!! The more love you leave, the more chances you'll have to win!!

This is my full, framed project. My youngest daughter is absolutely crazy over anything and everything to do with Paris, especially the Eiffel Tower, so this project is for her.
Here's a close up of the ribbon and lace in keeping with the theme.
If you arrived here from Lynne Moncrieff's blog, Adorn then you are in the right place! From here, Debbie Reid's blog, Scraps from a Broad invites you to visit! Below is a complete list of the blogs in this hop in case you've missed any! Be sure to leave a comment at each stop for more chances to win! Have fun hopping and best of luck in the draw!!

Thanks for stoppin' by! :)