Tuesday, February 15, 2011

AnnaBelle Stamps RELEASE 2 BLOG HOP



Play in today's blog hop for a chance to win this background stamp


When I looked at today's release BBD3


I thought one of them looked like a honey comb so I made a cover to my Memo pad


Everyone needs a 'HONEY DO LIST" right?


Recipe: Stamps: BBD3, Lil Bee's Big Flowers(AnnaBelle Stamps), Font for sentiment


Paper: Wander (Basic Grey), Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps)


Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black, Copics


Accessories: memo pad, AnnaBelle Stamps twine, pop up dots, small round corner punch

Welcome to AnnaBelle Stamps Release 2 BLOG HOP


You should have arrived here from the LOVELY RENE'S BLOG. If this is your first stop then start at the beginning the AnnaBelle Stamps Blog. When you are done here hop on over to the TALENTED SUE K'S BLOG. Just leave a comment at each blog ending at the AnnaBelle Stamps blog for a chance to win today's release


As I mentioned a couple of days ago we will once again have a special postage offer for the release only, when you include either of the new sets in your order :

Australian Postage - FREE - code : febrelease

International Postage - $5.00 Discount Coupon - code : intfebrelease


This code will be valid for both days of the release only and will expire on the 17th February at 12.00pm AEDT. Be sure to remember to add the code in the coupon box at checkout as it can not be applied once the order has been placed :)

I saw grass when I looked at this background stamp so I sponged with Tim Holtz Distress ink then stamped with the same ink once on scrap paper then on my grass



Recipe: Stamps: BBD3(AnnaBelle Stamps)



Paper: Worn Parchment, Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps), Strathmore watercolor paper



Ink" Tim Holtz Distress Ink Peeled Paint, Momento Tuxedo Black, Tombow Markers, Versafine Onyx Black



Accessories: heat tool, clear embossing powder, Tim Holtz Blending tool, pop up dots, aqua brush, distress tool

10 comments:

Linda L said...

It does make great grass Lisa....and I love that sweet Honey Do notebook.

Sue W said...

Oh delish both of your projects....sniff!
Love the way you used the herringbone stamp ...sniff!
I've left you a little something on my blog....and its not my cold!

Ida said...

What a fun card and notebook. I love how you "think out of the box" because I would never have thought to use the stamp for grass but it works!

Susan Hogan said...

Fantastic use of the bg's - and yes, I can see why you say honeycomb and grass but only AFTER you pointed it out!

Lyn S said...

Wonderful cards Lisa! I love your notebook and the grass looks fabulous on the card!

Kylie said...

FABULOUS projects Lisa!
Your little Honey Do List Notebook is sooooooo CUTE and I'm loving Michelle on the grass, what a great idea, love the touch of sparkle too!

Take Care,
Kylie X

nicoleqmullen said...

Superb use of these stamps, I just love that notebook and the clever way you created the grass!!

Andrea said...

Gorgeous Lisa! I love the idea of using that border stamp as grass!
Andrea
x

Sue Kohler said...

Aren't you a clever little bee!! you have rocked it with this set, love the notebook and the grass is amazing- love them both! :)

Jerusha said...

Eeeeeeeeee! Your honey do list made me squeal. How cute is that?! I MUST make something like that for my man! :) Hehe. Love it! And the second card, love how you have made the houndstooth look like grass. You are so smart! Love these cards!! You are so talented!

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