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"Scrap-Creations" - 5 new articles

  1. Happy Birthday!
  2. Stampotique Blog Hop: Stinkin
  3. Repeat Yourself!
  4. Going Grey With Scrap-Creations Challenge: Back to School
  5. Shoot for the moon......
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Happy Birthday!

Happy Wednesday!  So happy that this week is going by so fast.  I am still trying to catch up from vacation, and the kids are heading back to school next week, so I need to get their stuff ready.  With all that has been going on, I have been putting time aside for one of the things I love, which is stamping and crafting.  Today is Wednesday, which means Stampotique Designers challenge.  This weeks hostess is Kim Howard, and her challenge is Anything goes, and here s what she has to say "Create using freedom this week with no specific theme".  I wanted to use one the newly releases stamps, and I chose to go with Ellie the elephant and I created this birthday card.  Isn't this stamp super cute...Come join us at STampotique Designers Challenge and see what the rest of the DT created and a chance for free product.   Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Stampotique Blog Hop: Stinkin

You should have arrived from Sam's Blog and if you didn't, you may want to start the blog hop from the beginning at  STampotique Originals Designers blog . The new release is amazing and I LOVE every single stamp, but I super love `Skunk w/word on side. , which I used on my journal page.  Well, I hope you have enjoyed my project, and next on the blog hop is Nellie.
     Don't forget to finish the DT's blogs and leave them some love and Stampotique will be leaving prizes at the different blogs, know onw will know until the hop is over.  Once you have visied all the DT blogs, head back to the Stampotique Orginals  blog for another chance to win $30.00 in free product.

    Thanks for stopping by.


Repeat Yourself!

   Happy Saturday!!! I hope you are having a great week.  My family and I just returned from vacation.  We took a trip down to Williamsburg Virginia and then over to Ocean City Maryland.  We had a fantastic time, and while vacation is always fun, home is where my heart is. Today we are chilling and relaxing at home and trying to get back in the swing of things.
   Before we left for vacation, I created this journal page for this weeks Stampotique Originals Designers challenge.  This weeks challenge is being hosted by Sam Read and here is what she has to say: "I recently read that the human eye likes things that are repeated, so for this weeks challenge I'm inviting you to use some sort of repetition on your creations. A stamp stamped more than once or even your own doodling, it's up to you but most importantly have fun!"
 Since the end of my semester, I have been back on pinterest exploring other peoples amazing artistic talents, and I continued to see amazing journal pages by Nika in Wonderland and I just had to try one of her You tube tutorials and this the end result of mine. I love that she used both acrylic paints and Dylusion sprays on the same page, as these are my two favorite mediums, and since this challenge was to repeat yourself, I thought the continues circles would work great. I used Curlz, which is one of Kate Crane's new stamps and part of Stampotiques new stamp release. This was a fun journal page to create and I hope you like it. Hope on over to the Designers challenge to see what the rest of the DT created for this weeks challenge.
Make sure to visit the Stampotique Designers challenge on Monday Aug. 24 as we will be having a blog hop featuring the new release images-and maybe a few additional chances at some goodies. Thanks for stopping by.

Going Grey With Scrap-Creations Challenge: Back to School

   Whoops.....Running a little late here.  I have had limited wireless and I am finally able to get on.  It's hard to image that we are getting ready to go back to school.  I know other parts of the country have already started school.  Thankfully my kids still have two weeks until they start school.  I love the summer and I hate to see it end, and I have enjoyed the time with the kids this summer....
   So, today I have created a card for a dear friend who is starting her first year as a lead teacher, and I am super excited for her.  I used Stampotique Originals Ms. Hazel to create this weeks card.  What will you create this weeks Back to School Challenge?
 The entries for last weeks Garden challenge were GORGEOUS!!!! The TOP 3 are:

                                                               J. Atterbury



Fabulous cards ladies Please feel free to grab the "I made TOP 3" banner on the right of my blog!

      Feast your eyes on the DT's amazing"Back to School" projects



Weren't those fabulous? Don't be afraid to head to their blogs and leave them a little love. You will have 2 weeks on Monday @ 6pm to get your card in for the challenge. We only allow 2 entry's per person. Also, we have new Blog Badges, please feel free to take one and post on your blog. I will be picking the top 3 in 2 weeks, and I will award 3 people with the new top 3 badge! When posting to a gallery's, please use the key words GGSC208...Have a great day and happy creating!



Shoot for the moon......

Happy Wednesday.....Wednesdays equal ....  Stampotique Designer challenge.  This weeks hostess is Jackie and here is what she had to say "We all love our animals.... Incorporate an animal into your project...."  I had seen a project on pinterest that I couldn't wait to try, so this is it.  My project was inspired by Vicky.   My page is all done with acrylic paint, and I used Kitty squad sitting on the roof.  I hope you will head on over to Stampotique Originals and join us for this weeks animal c


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