Thursday, September 15, 2011
Mark's Finest Papers Blog Hop Day 3-Covered Bridges
Hello! Welcome to the September 2011 MFP New Releases Blog Hop!
This week's new releases are:Autumn Glory, Boo To You, Covered Bridges, Get Your Broom On .For your convenience, all these sets are available TODAY at Mark's Finest Papers.
So, do you want to WIN today's Featured Stamp Set: Covered Bridges? (If you don't want to wait to win, you can always purchase the sets right away! We'll substitute a set from NEXT month's release if today's winner has already purchased this set!)
For your chance to win: Comment on the following Design Team members' blogs TODAY before midnight EDT. There will be ONE random winner chosen from the comments on today's Blog Hop blogs. That winner will win Covered Bridges. We will announce the winner's name on tomorrow's MFP blog post.
Today I have a Covered Bridge to show you. I chose the Winter version of this amazing stamp. I stamped my image with Versamagic and used Midnight Emerald Obsidian Embossing Power so that my trees would be evergreen. This is really pretty IRL because it has a glittery look to it. I created my snow with "Snow Writer" and sprinkled some white glitter on it while it was wet.
The Snowflakes are a Martha Stewart Large and Medium punch that have been also glittered with some Martha Stewart glitter. I cut apart Prima Pearl swirls for the flourish. Thanks so much for stopping by today. This stamp is available today at Mark;s Finest Papers and comes with another covered bridge in a fall theme. Reminds me of my beloved New England and the covered bridges of Vermont and New Hampshire. Thanks for stopping by. See you tomorrow!
Posted by Carol Hurlock at 12:01 AM
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Wow, full of winter wonder. I would love to see snow coming down, but in my part of the world it doesn't happen often. Liz
Love how you added the snow. Such a delightful scene you have created here, Carol :) Great color combo and details too.
Wow this is just such a stunning xmas card it's so inspiring :)
thanks for sharing
wow carol another fabulous card.
love the pearl swirl.
Wow! WOW! What fabulous embellishments and details Carol. Wow!
Oh my dearest how absolutely enchanting. Totally old fashioned Christmas. My husband would give anything for an old truck like that. I love the embossing you did and those snowflakes are so pretty! Sorry I've been MIA blogger has been testing my patients!
Have a beautiful day my sweet friend
Well.....I will have to gaze at this one for a while to take in all the details you have...amazing
OMG This has got to be the prettiest chistmas card i have seen on this or any blog hop!!!! Totally beautiful!!
So Pretty! I love the addition of the snow.
What a beauty, Carol!! I love all of those pearl flourishes. :)
How beautiful a winter scene with the snowflakes!!
Boy, does this say "Merry Christmas" or what! Fantastic, gorgeous, awsome!
Oh how pretty. I love the Christmas card. Love all the elements.
What a work of art! WOW!
Delightful! Wish I were on your Christmas card list!
WOW! This card is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!! Holy SCHMOKES!
I delight in studying your beautiful cards to take in all the amazing things you work into your designs, Carol! Gorgeousness drips from every corner of this fabulous card!!
Very pretty card! :)
Carol--you continually amaze me with your creativity!!!! This Christmas card is incredible. I can't say enough about it! BEAUTIFUL!!!!! TFS
So much detail-must have taken a long time to make. A sweet Christmas card!
What an awesome POP of CHRISTMAS!!!! Love it!!!
Stunning, absolutely stunning.
Gorgeous Christmas Card. Love all the bling!
this makes me long for a cup of hot cocoa, beautiful job
Amazing how much bling you managed to put on that space Carol!
Love your gorgeous card. I like the dimensioanl snowflakes and the pearls.
I am a bit fascinated by the covered bridges and have only seen a few in my lifetime. Great job with the trees...just a beautiful card, one you just want to sit and look at.
Gorgeous gorgeous card!! What a keeper!
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