Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Market Street Stamps Blog Hop Day 2!




Hello and Welcome to Day 2 of the November Release from Market Street Stamps! This month there are SEVEN new stamp sets from some of your favorite MSS illustrators and they are already available!! We are celebrating this release with a Blog Hop so if you are following the Hop, you should have arrived from Tifany DeGough's blog. If not, please start at the Market Street Stamps blog where you can find a full Blog Hop list.

All of the new sets are 15% off through Sunday, November 11th!



Again today, I went traditional....this time using Country Christmas.  I just couldn't stray from these colors.  Here I've stamped the little pine bough several times at the top of my card.  Then I stamped the ornament "string".  I decided to paper piece the ornaments with pattern paper.  Both ornaments are using Echo Park papers.  I've went in and added some glitter to give it a little shine!

 
Blessings

All the stamps I've used here are from Country Christmas!  Didn't Julie Day do a FABULOUS job illustrating this set?  You would not believe how many images she packs into her sets!  This set is just overflowing with primitive country images!  My sentiment is selectively stamped and then pieced together with another stamp.  Then look at the stitches stamp at the bottom.....she's designed it evenly spaced to be able to stamp another color in between!!!  LOVE!
 
 
 
Would you like to win one of the sets showcased on the Blog Hop? You need to check out the details over at the Market Street Stamps blog for the giveaway! You're next stop is over at Stephanie Muzzulin's blog.  We will be back on Friday for the usual Block Party......remember it's time to use those MSS!!!  See ya then!


{Blessing from our house to yours}
Stamps:  Country Christmas (Market Street Stamps)
Paper:  Pure Poppy, Simply Chartreuse, Vintage Cream (PTI)
Pattern paper:  Echo Park
Ink:  Ripe Avocado, True Black, Pure Poppy (PTI)
Dies:  Cirlce Spellbinders
Misc:  Rustic Button Twine (PTI), Foam Adhesive, Prisma Glitter




22 comments:

Annette said...

totally gorgeous..

Pam said...

Just love your card, and this stamp set!!!

Shelly Rasske said...

Beautiful card!

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

it all fits so well the baubles look amazing!

Houses Built of Cards said...

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! LOVE your colors and layout!!!

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Cheryl Hutcherson said...

Adorable card!!

Jinny Newlin said...

So pretty, girl! LOVE the glitter paper choices for the ornaments! And that two-tone, stitch stamping, across the bottom, is so fun!

Mary-Anne V said...

Love how the ornaments age coming out of the tree..great.

Sue D said...

Lovely--I like the paper pieced ornaments and the glitter.

cm said...

Once again, your card is a delighful, stunning showcase of Julie's stamps. A card like this in my mailbox = happiness, indeed! Thank you for sharing and inspiring us with your creative spark.

MamaKaraba said...

LOVE the twine over the pine boughs!

Denise Bryant said...

Love this sweet card! The pine boughs are terrific for so many things and the strings and bows are really fun! Great set!
DeniseB

Nicole said...

I love the two color stitching. What a great idea!

Tracey McNeely said...

Love this fantastic card Amy.

Emily Keaton said...

Awwwwwww . . . how country cute! Those little ornaments are adorable, Amy!

Jeanne J said...

Amy another beauty - from the pretty stamped pine needles at the top, to the cross stitch pattern on the bottom.. so pretty!!!

Miriam Prantner said...

So pretty and rustic. Love the papers you used for the ornaments and all the evergreen branches! The twine is perfect!

Sharron said...

LOVE this Country Christmas set! Your card is so cozy and sweet. The evergreen treatment at the top is wonderful and I adore the two-color stitching at the bottom!

Bunnyfreak said...

Love the stitched row.

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

Simply Elegant. Wish I could lift it from the screen. Smooches...

frommycraftroom said...

What a great card. Could imagine making a few like this. Thanks.

Jen Carter said...

Love the border at the bottom with the alternating colors! And the hanging ornaments. And the twine. And the branches. Ummm, yeah, I love it all!! Super adorable!! :)

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