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HeartCraftPaper Grand Opening, Blog Hop and First Challenge.

Hi fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. This will be my first post for HeartCraftPaper. They are a new digital stamp company with lots of fun options to offer and new designs coming out monthly. So you don’t miss out on all the fun I have a few things I’m going to post links to so you can join in the fun.

The Grand Opening started on July 2nd here is the link for you to follow Grand Opening Link. Also please go give them a follow on Face Book

The next like will lead you to the first challenge for HeartCraftPaper. Anything Goes please go enter, I know you will have a lot of fun and there’s a prize offered too!

There is also a Blog Hop for the Launch of HeartCraftPaper and you can find it here. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and start hop, hop, hopping! You should see what the talented DT came up with.

Now on to my newest little card creation for HeartCraftPaper. I used the “Little Red” digital stamp from the Storybook collection. You can buy them here. There are also some other super fun collections to chose from and they even have cutting files and sentiments to go with each collection!

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Sweet “Little Red” is colored with Copic markers, she is then fussy cut and edged with a memento tuxedo black ink pen. The PP is from my stash and is called twilight. The grass is die cut from black card stock and I used a little with chalk ink to bring it forward and separate it from the background paper. I added a few sequins to spruce it up and my do I love how her pleats turned out on her skirt.

So what are you waiting for? Get outa here and go visit HeartCraftPaper for a super fun time and some super cute digital images!

 

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Day 10 Coloring Challenge

Okay I promise last post for tonight, I’m now caught up on The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge.

This is a really old stamp from my collection. This is from Whiff of Joy who sadly is no longer in business. This is Charlie and Dog. I love that little younger out on the the dog he precious. This was colored with copic markers and I’m going to give this to my Son in Law for the Holidays this year.

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Day 8 Coloring Challenge

Hello and yet another post to the catch up on The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge

Sorry about the blurred out address on the matching envelope, but I wouldn’t want mine posted out there for all to see. Theses sweet images are digital stamps from Wee Stamps. I colored them with copic markers. I love clean and simple so I didn’t add a lot the cards.

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Day 7 The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge

I love Halloween and I also love Dachshunds and last year Lawn Fawn came out with my dream stamp set call Happy Howloween. These are about the cutest stamps ever!

I used a treat box and cut out one side and added a saying. The images were colored with Copic Markers and the box was colored with distress inks and perfect pearls.

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Day 6 for The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge

Well once again another post. This is to catch up with everyone else at The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge.

With fall getting ready to arrive in full force in a few weeks I thought it would be the perfect time to pull out my stamps from Neat and Tangled and these little squirrels are absolutely adorable. I colored the images with Copic Markers and stamped the greeting with momento inks.

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Day 5 Coloring Challenge

Sorry I’m posting so much today, I’m trying to catch up. Here’s my 5th project for The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge.

I love to do tutorials and this one I learned from Jennifer McGuire she has so many cool videos and they are so easy to follow. I made this little guy from my Lawn Fawn stash.

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Day 3 of the 30 Day Coloring Challenge

Here my third creation for the 30 Day Coloring Challenge over at The Daily Marker.

I created an envelope to go with my most recent Halloween Card I posted earlier. This was made with copic markers and distress inks. The image of the girl is from Gorguss Girls. I love how she’s peeking up out the corner.