Ink and Share Blog Hop

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Hi Stampers, today is the Ink and Share Blog Hop and our theme this month is masculine!  This is one area I always struggle with in the studio so I can't wait to see all the great ideas the group comes up with!  I used the Country Livin' stamp set, soft suede, early espresso and wood textures DSP!   Sometimes I forget that it's "ok" to stamp directly on the DSP like I did here with the Happy Birthday sentiment.  The boots on the envelope are also stamped on the wood textures DSP and then fussy cut!

Did you know that the wood textures DSP is on sale right now?  Yep, buy 3 get 1 free but hurry this promotion ends very soon...JULY 31, 2018!  Here are the ones included in the promotion:
Now hop on over to Cindy's blog and let's check out her guy project!

Have a great week-end,
AKA The Flying Stamper
  If you need any products and don't have a demonstrator or I am your demonstrator you can order online - please use the July Hostess code: GYNXRZJE, when ordering if it's UNDER $150.00.   CLICK HERE to place your order. All orders placed online will receive a hand stamped Thank You card. 

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Linda Handford said...

Lovely card, I love the envelope as well.

Victoria said...

So adorable! Love the cowboy boots!

Ginger said...

Great project! Gotta love that Wood Textures DSP!

Kirsten Aitchison said...

A great card Deb. The wood textures DSP works so well for masculine cards.

Shirley said...

Thanks for the tip about stamping directly on the dsp.

Jacqueline Bobeldijk said...

Nice card! I love this stampset, but still don't have it, how's that possibe?

Phoebe Carr said...

Beautiful card! I think im gonna have to get this dsp😊

Cindy Mitchell-Clark said...

perfect choices - thanks for sharing

Lisa Kmiec said...

LOVE your card Deb! Thanks so much for participating in this month's blog hop!

Tricia Butts said...

Wonderful card design. I love the distressed wood background. It works beautifully with the images in this stamp set. One of my favorite stamp sets for masculine cards. :)

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