Thursday, August 31

Stampin Up Artisan Blog Hop- Merry Patterns

 Welcome to a very special edition of the Artisan Design Team Blog Hop!
 
Today we get to share an exclusive host stamp set called Merry Patterns.
Check out the flyer below for all the details on how to get this set FREE!
 
 
I'm sure you are going to see a ton of fabulous Christmassy ideas on the hop so I wanted to throw in a twist 'cause that's just how I roll...Lol!
 
But I was so inspired by the candle card shown in the flyer that I had to make one, so now I have 2 cards to share with you!
 

Here's a closer look at both cards...


 
Those candles are soooooo fun! To get the longer candles I just stamped them twice & covered the overlap with the sentiment. I really enjoyed playing with this stamp set & I'm sure it will get tons of use as we near the Christmas season but don't forget about making a few birthday cards too.
 
Ok now its time to go visit Mindy, Woo Hoo!
  
https://badabingcrafting.blogspot.com/2017/08/artisan-aug-3.html
 
Tanya Boser 

Hostess Code for Orders under $150 = 4GAQ96UG 

Merry Patterns Host Stamp Set - Item#144973 FREE with a $300 party/order (in the U.S.)
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8 comments:

  1. I totally thought of birthday candles too when I saw them. Love both your ideas! And the one for the music teacher too.

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  2. Great Cards Mercedes! I love how you made the candles look taller, great technique! I never even thought of birthdays!

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  3. How clever with the candles! Love your cards!

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  4. Very clever with the candles. Love your cards!

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  5. Look at you, making longer candles AND a birthday card!! Love it!

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  6. Here is a new combination for me ... The eyes take full pupilles ^^. I like the idea of the elongated candles of the last realization. This gives the stamp a different meaning. Thanks Mercedes!

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  7. Here is a new combination for me ... The eyes take full pupilles ^^. I like the idea of the elongated candles of the last realization. This gives the stamp a different meaning. Thanks Mercedes!

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