Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Blog Hop {Market Street Stamps}


The Introduction:
If you are hopping along with us today: You should have come here from Jinny Newlin's blog. If you did, you are in the right place! Welcome!
If you aren't already a follower, I'd love to have you follow my blog!

If you are one of my regular readers: Thanks for coming back! I love having you! Please join along in the hop - you can start at the Market Street Stamps blog.

The Prize:
Market Street Stamps is giving away a $20 gift certificate!

The Details:
Leave a comment on each blog along the hop.
Blog comments close on Sunday, July 15th and the winners will be announced on the Market Street Stamps blog on Tuesday, July 17th.

Here's the full hop order:
Market Street Stamps
Amy Kolling
Stephanie Muzzulin
Julie Day
Brenda Weaver
DoBea Alberts
Stephanie Washburn
Jinny Newlin
Tifany DeGough <-- You are here
Angelica Suarez
Jen del Muro

The Project:
For this card I used the awesome Doily stamp. I actually took the stamp and very carefully cut it into two parts (shhhh...don't tell Angelica!) so that I can use the inner circle, the outer ring, or put them together to use it as it was originally created. 

I stamped the inner circle and embossed it with clear embossing powder. Once the embossing was set I went over the whole panel with Distress Stains. When they were wiped away it left the image underneath. I added a little bit of shimmery mist and then stamped the outer ring a few times with watermark ink.
To finish it off I added the sentiment from Simple Salutations and assembled my card.

Thanks for stopping by today!

The Next Stop:

Supplies:
Cardstock: Discount Cardstock (Brilliant White 130#);
Stamps: Market Street Stamps (
DoilySimple Salutations);
Ink: VersaMark (Watermark); Ranger (Archival - Jet Black);
Ink: Ranger (Distress Stains - Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, Antique Linen);
Mist: Ranger (Perfect Pearls Mist - Perfect Copper);
Ribbon: May Arts (1/4" Silk - Black); 

Other: (Button);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors); Scor-Pal (Scoring Board);


39 comments:

  1. LOVE the gradient background of you card, Tifany! Looks like a beautiful sunset! :)

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  2. don't you just cringe cutting your stamps apart?? good thing it turned out to be a great idea, these doilies look awesome!

    Candace
    scrappin2littleprincesses.blogspot.com

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  3. This is SOOO pretty! LOVE the effect and the colors!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
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  4. wow this is pretty...love how you did the color...looks amazing..

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  5. I love the versatility you've created by cutting your stamp, Tiffany! The emboss resist looks wonderful, too.

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  6. Beautiful card! Love how you distressed it, great color choice =)

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  7. Wow! I don't have the guts to cut my stamps apart. I'm insane enough that if I was going to do it, I would just order another stamp so I would have three: one whole and two parts...but this looks FANTASTIC!

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  8. Love, love, love what you did with this stamp! Great colors and awesome techniques!

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  9. Love your Card and the Techniques that you used! Thanks for Sharing! :0)

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  10. Oh I love how you created this. Now where oh where is the video to guide me?

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  11. Beautiful card, Tiffany! Love the colors.

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  12. Beautiful card Tiffany! Reminds me of a. Summer sunset. I must say the Doily is my favorite stamp from the ones showcased today and I admire your courage to cut it!. TFS
    Have a wonderful day!
    Liz

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  13. Your card is very pretty. Love the colors.

    Sandy
    http://simplycraftycreationsbysandys.blogspot.com/

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  14. Awesome card. Love the colors and how you used the stamp..... and by the way...I know nothing about cutting any stamp apart....LOL

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  15. What a fantastic way to stretch your stamp, girl! LOVE that background, and your black ribbon is the perfect finishing touch!

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  16. Wow, that is gorgeous. I'm going to go back and see how you did it!

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  17. GORGEOUS background you created! LOVE the whole idea and technique! Oh the cutting of the stamp almost made my heart stop but boy you did make work!

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  18. The way you used the doily stamp is ingenious. It shows how versatile the stamp is, that it can be used it many ways.

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  19. Wonderful technique and color! thank you for the chance to win.

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  20. Great card. And I know it's not *that* big a deal, but I still think it takes guts to cut a stamp!

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  21. What a beautiful effect you got with this doily stamp! And cutting it to make it more versatile is a wonderful idea!!

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  22. This is so beautiful. I love the colors and the orange it is beautiful how it pops!
    Hugs,
    Raven

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  23. I was wondering how you stamped that image like that! It looks great. Such a fun idea. I've thought of cutting my stamps before, but never had the courage. Love your card!

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  24. What a great idea! Your card is awesome!

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  25. Oh my goodness what an awesome idea! You are a brave soul!!! Beautiful work!

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  26. Lovely! I am a stamp cutter, too... but wouldn't have thought of cutting the outer circle... Thanks!

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  27. Pretty card! Love that doily stamp, and your card colors!
    DeniseB

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  28. Your doily cutting secret is safe with me (grinning). But what a great idea and such a lovely card!

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  29. Love the Background look of your card and the color blends. So pretty. Smooches... Felicia

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  30. Very pretty and I won't tell on you about cutting the stamp!

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  31. Great use of the doily stamp! It is one of my all-time favorites. I wouldn't have the guts to cut mine, though.

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  32. FAB card - gorgeous stamps - LOVE them :)

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