Sunday, February 5, 2017

Stamp Review Crew - Sunshine Sayings


Hi Stampers...and welcome to the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop featuring Sunshine Sayings!  I'm happy you're here!

Actually...I'm kinda feeling lucky to be here...on the hop with you all, that is!  I've had a nasty case of strep this week...and I'm my feeling better, but it's set me back.  So...I have a Sunshine Sayings project to share...

but that's about it...except to say again that I'm happy you're hopping with the Crew tonight!

If you're hopping in order you've just come from the wonderful Martha Inchley...and I know you'll want to hop over to see what Rochelle Blok has for you.  I know it will be something fabulous!

 http://www.inchofcreativity.com/2017/02/stamp-review-crew-sunshine-sayings.html http://rochelleblok.blogspot.com/2017/02/stamp-review-crew-sunshine-sayings.html

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16 comments:

  1. Love how that DSP backs your focal point so perfectly! Pretty card!

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  2. Oh, this is striking, Sue! The hearts look lovely on the b/w background. Love all the layering on the hearts with the arrows and twine topping them. Just a lovely card!

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  3. Your paper choices are very clever. It is the first use of the 'Inside the Lines' DSP that I've liked.

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  4. This is one of my favourite cards of the hop! Such awesome texture & balance! Kelly x

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  5. Loving that little heart/sentiment detail Sue, such a lovely way to highlight this set. xx

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  6. Love all the details on this card, but especially that you chose this DSP background -- unexpected and fab! Feel better, friend!

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  7. Love all the pretty layers of die cuts, Sue. So glad you are feeling better!

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  8. Fabulous...love Your use of Inside the Lines as your background!!!

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  9. Loving the use of the Inside the Lines DSP as is, without colouring it in. It looks fabulous mixed with the Blushing Bride and Real Red elements. They really pop off the card. Glad you are feeling better. Rochelle xo

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  10. So lovely, Sue! Such a beautiful pop of color on the B&W background.

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  11. Hope you are all better! Sweet little card:)

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  12. Beautiful card. Love how you used the color me DSP for the background. Really makes the heart image pop.

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  13. Sue, I love this design. Your heart - literally and figuratively = just POPS off the page!

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  14. I really love this card! You always inspire me to create. I love all those little tidbits on it!

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