Sunday, September 18, 2016

Stamp Review Crew - Timeless Textures

http://stampreviewcrew.blogspot.com/2016/09/stamp-review-crew-timeless-textures.html

Hello...and welcome to the Stamp Review Crew blog hop...featuring the Timeless Textures stamp set.  So here's our set...


and it's the kind of stamp set that you fall in love with as soon as you see it...if you're like me...because it has so much potential...for so many things.

Truth be told...I read the hop info wrong...so when I finished my project last week...and I was super proud of myself for being ahead of schedule...I realized I had used the wrong set...and I was totally bummed, because I didn't know if I'd have time to get another project done.  But I did...


using one of my favorite images from our set...the image that I call mug rings...like the ones I have all over my house.  But that's for another day.

Thanks you so much for joining the Stamp Review Crew blog hop...featuring Timeless Textures!  If you're hopping in order you've just come from the talented Mike Funke here...

http://stampin-style.typepad.com/stampin-style/2016/09/stamp-review-crew-timeless-textures.html

and I know you'll want to hop on over to see what Holly Stene has for you here!

http://hollyshobbs.blogspot.com/2016/09/stamp-review-crew-timeless-textures.html

As always...
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6 comments:

  1. Love the causal coziness of this!

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  2. Great card Sue. So glad you got the time to make another project. I think they look like coffee stains too! Kelly x

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  3. Sue, I love how crisp and clean this looks. I wish I could do the layering of ribbon and twine and doilies as beautifully as you do!

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  4. Your card really makes me feel like Christmas, cold weather, and warming up to come cocoa. Great job!

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  5. I have to chuckle about using the wrong set. I have done it too, and I really should have no excuse ;) But you made a strong recovery, my friend! This is such a warm and inviting card, who could resist such an invitation?!

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  6. Great recovery, Sue! I nearly did the same thing but saw your post and then put the right stamp set on the work table. I love the card and the simple elements combined to create a warm feeling.

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