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Craftin Desert Divas Day 2 Blog Hop

Craftin Desert Divas Day 2 Blog Hop
 
 


Welcome to the CDD July Stamp Release Blog Hop.  All stamps are in the CDD Shop and now available for purchase.

 
 
Mini stamps are 2x3
 


You may purchase stamps HERE
All the stamps have free SVG outlines.
 
Here are the release specials for you:
1. Use Code: July to receive 10% off your entire order. 
Sale starts on 7/24 and ends 7/31 10pm MST.
2. Orders over $40 will receive 2 free bags of sequins.
Just put a note in the order comments with the sequins you would like as your free ones and it will be added to your order. Ends 7/31 10pm MST.

 
Here's what I've created for you today...
 
  
 
Some fun Christmas ornaments.  I used our Chill Out stamps set and the Snow Palace sequins along with the Outdoor Landscape Dies.  I stamped the three adorable penguins on watercolor paper with black ink and heat emboss them with clear embossing powder.  I colored these using watercolor markers.
 
Next I cut the base pieces in a scallop. Layering a piece of snow design paper in the shape of a circle on top. I cut the snow banks out of white card stock layering a couple together to add some fun dimension. 
 
I added some glitter to all of the white bands on the two Santa hats and wink of Stella glitter pen to the hats, scarves and ornaments in the images. Then I added a sentiment to each of the scenes along with a punched blue snowflake from glitter paper.
 
 
To finish them off I did a random sprinkling of the Snow Palace sequins and tied a white string to hang these cuties up. I think these would make a great tag for Christmas packages or fun gift to give for those Christmas parties.    

 
Giveaway!!!
Be sure to comment and follow all the blogs in today's lineup for your chance to win a mini stamp. Tara will pick 3 winners from different blogs each day of the hop. So the more you comment the more chances to win. Winners will be announced Monday.

Your next stop is the super talented Theresa

Here is the line up for today in case you get lost along the way:

Craftin Desert Divas- http://www.craftindesertdivas.com/
Michelle- http://kennedygracecreations.blogspot.com/ (You are here)
Theresa- http://miislucky.blogspot.com/
Saundra- http://luvscrappingtogether.blogspot.com/
Katy- http://scrappinkaty.blogspot.com/
Giorgia- http://www.ciocioscrap.com/
Donna- http://createdbydonnak.blogspot.com/
Lori- http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/

 
 
Love and Laughter,
 
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Comments

  1. Cuteness overload!!! You did outstanding on these tags!!! LOVE!!

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  2. These tags are so cute! Love how they are each individual!

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  3. Adorable tags!! So darn cute :)

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  4. These tags are so sweet! Perfect for christmas gifts!!

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  5. These ornaments are fun...and beautiful!

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  6. Those turned out sooo CUTE!!! They'll look awesome on anyone's Christmas Tree! :)

    Theresa
    Scrappers Anonymous

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  7. This is my 5th attempt to post to your blog, but it it keeps giving me errors 7 now what I originally typed has disappeared. So simply put: You ornaments are stunning & surly would make any tree beautiful.

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  8. Soooo Cute! I love the dimension and they could be used in many ways.

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  9. Your tags are too cute! Love them!

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  10. oh my gosh, love them all.... So freakin cute :)

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  11. These are my favorites for the whole hop!
    Holly

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  12. These ornaments are so awesome! Love them - too cute.

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  13. these are so cute...I love them.....:-)

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  14. These ornaments are so pretty. The soft colors and frosty accents are great with these darling stamps. Love them, Michelle!

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