Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop: Window Shopping


Hello and Welcome to another Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop! This week's featured stamp set is: Window Shopping.

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So... truth time... I've had this stamp set since it first came out, and THIS is the first time I've used it... Yikes! Horrible, I know!!! (Is that an indication that I have too many stamp sets!?! Don't answer that! LOL)

For my card today, I stamped the polkadots and heart image onto four different colours of cardstock and cut them out with the layering square framelits. I then arranged the squares together (held together with washi tape on the back) and die cut them with the Lovely Words Thinlits. I then used the negative cut outs and pieced it back together on a larger, Basic Black circle that I cut out with the layering circle framelits.
My colour combo is Flirty Flamingo (ink and cardstock), Peekaboo Peach (ink and cardstock), Daffodil Delight (ink and cardstock), Lemon Lime Twist (ink and cardstock), Basic Black (ink & cardstock) and Whisper White (cardstock & embossing paste)

Well, there you go... my first card with the Window Shopping stamp set. Thanks for stopping in, up next is the talented Dawn Tidd! Enjoy the rest of the hop

 

11 comments:

  1. For the first card with this set it's fantastic! :) NO you don't have to many stamp sets ;) I like the colors you used together it looks so refreshing.

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  2. This would make a great Thinking of you, Birthday, Get well. Definitely a keeper! Thank you for sharing, Martha.

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  3. So bright and cheerful, Martha! Anyone would love to receive this day brightener!

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  4. Love the colourful stamped panels in your circle - gorgeous card.

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  5. Lovely fresh colors that are so fun with the polka dots. Super on the textured background!

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  6. What a great idea for using the thinlits, Martha! I love the bright and happy colors.

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  7. Such a cute card and super fun for someone to receive! I love the way you used the hearts and dots and the "hug" over them.

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  8. Love this fun card. Color choices are wonderful. Great finishing touch with the little hearts.

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  9. Now that is cute and clever Martha! Love the design and pop of colour! xx

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  10. CUTE< CUTE< CUTE! Love the circle paper pieced background on black. Really striking.

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