Tuesday, March 31, 2015

MFP Stamp Shop March Blog Hop - Day 1

Welcome to the MFP Stamp Shop
March Blog Hop

 We're a little late this month due to delivery of our new stamps. 
But we made it before the end of the month so let's get started!!!!
This month's new Stamp Set Releases are:

Featured March 31
Gardenia

Featured April 01
Pirates

Featured April 02
Pirates 2

Featured April 03
Mushroom Selections

Please Hop along with us!! You have a chance to win one of these new stamp sets! Just comment on the following blogs ( don't forget this one ) each day for more chances to win! ( You do NOT need to comment on on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly.) The winner will be announced on April 04, 2015 right here on the MFP Stamp Shop Blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. ( HINT: The more you comment the more chances you have to win. And comments on the MFP blog count twice. ) The deadline for commenting is Friday April 03, 2015 at 10:00 PM EST.



I stamped the gardenia image on watercolor paper using versamark ink and then heat embossed it using black embossing powder.  I watercolored the image and cut it out.  I used a scrap piece corrugated cardstock and placed a piece of cheesecloth behind it before adding the sentiment.  I placed a bee button between the flower and the sentiment.  I created the card background using a hexagon die cut adhered over a piece of designer paper.

Let's get started !!
Here's the Design Team
Enjoy the Hop. Come on back tomorrow for more creative fun!!

13 comments:

  1. A gorgeous card and you have colored your gardenia so beautifully.

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  2. So inspirational! Superb! I love it!

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  3. Love the shabby look! Lovely card....

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  4. Vickie, Using the watercolor paper is such a good idea. Pretty card!

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  5. What a neat way to display your image! Love it!

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  6. I like all the elements you included in this beauty! The background is striking!

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  7. Love the color of the gardenia.

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  8. I love gardenias - they're my favorite flowers and I love the sweet aroma! Great coloring, awesome hexagon background, and the corrugated panel reminds me of cinnamon sticks - another sweet aroma! NJ!

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  9. That's lovely. Love how you created the background. Hugz

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  10. Such texture this is beautiful....Lis

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  11. Wow! Love all the layers and texture!

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