Mark's Finest Papers June Hop: Pretty Pears

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June Blog Hop! 

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 Featured  June 10
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Good Morning Crafty Friends 
Welcome To Day Two of Mark's Finest Papers June Blog Hop.
Today were featuring a favorite stamp I love. Its called Pretty Pears. I love the single branches in this set and I knew right away I wanted to make wreaths. For my first card I use the branch with the berry's.  Now this wreath is a little odd but I'm extremely happy with the end. I used my Tim Holts markers sprites to get dots of red and green. Now After I had completed this card I thought to myself how awesome this would make for a Christmas card. I know I know were just starting summer. Well I don't care much for summer weather like the heat (only because in WA we don't have AC) but I do love the idea of summer fun and good eats. 

Up next I used the simple branch in this stamps set and let me just say I love the design of this flower. I was so excited that I had to use this one right way. To get the perfect circle I used a circle die because with my eye sight it wouldn't have been a perfect. So I went with a die but if you don't have a die just cut a circle with your cricut machine or trace a cup. I  colored my image in with my Sharpies. I just love how well these colors pulled together. I use some cotton tread to create my own bakers twine in the same color. 




Here's the Design Team:


Come on back tomorrow for more creativity.

Comments

Janine said…
Great use of the set you have two pretty cards
terrie said…
Wow, your cards turned out awesome with the new stamp set that you used...
Nice technique!
Lois said…
I never would have thought to make wreaths out of those little branches. Very creative!
Unknown said…
Very pretty card so very CAS
Card that I like a lot
Like that stamp set
Thank for showing
Karen said…
Love both of them! I am a fan of the little stamps that are made specially for creating wreaths and such and I love the idea that I could do that technique with other stamps - yay! Thank you for the inspiration and the hop Karen P
wannabcre8tive said…
A.J., your cards are so pretty. Great job with this set.
stamping sue said…
How creative to make wreaths with the vine images!!!!
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
Kathy Bradley said…
Wow, AJ, I really like both of your cards and how you've used the set!!
Jane said…
Two very pretty and unique cards AJ. I love how you did the circle. TFS.
Hugs
Migdalia said…
They are both beautiful! lovely colors.
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
*Crafting With Creative M*
Love how you showcased the flowers on this set and how you colored them.
Rosie Guiher said…
Yes that would make a lovely Christmas card. And the second one is just as lovely. Love the little bow.
pjmackay said…
Very clever designs on both of your cards!
Vickie Y said…
Your cards are gorgeous! Love the way you used the stamps!
Sue D said…
Very pretty wreath cards!
loulou said…
Gorgeous cards, I love how you have created the wreaths from the flowers in this set.
Pat said…
Great ideas for the extra elements of the set.
Beth F. said…
I absolutely love the ladies who created cards without the pears on this stamp set! Your cards are wonderful!
Janis said…
Love your pretty stamping and coloring against the white card. So clean and fresh. Love your wreaths, esp the first one.
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com
Georgiana said…
Both wreaths are so pretty!

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