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Brand New March Release


Good Morning Crafty Friends and Welcome to Kennedy Grace Creations March Blog Hop!

We are so happy you have stopped by and joined us for this very special event!

Our newest release is now live and available for purchase in the store!



 
 

 

Here is what I have created for you

 
For my card today, I created this lovely simple water colored panel using our newest stamp Grace’s Happy Heart released this today in our shop. I colored them in shades of pinks to blend perfectly with the Pink Champaign Sequins.  This was inspired by a saying my son said to me when he say me sitting on the side of the road holding his sign up during the Airman’s Run at Boot Camp graduation.  He said, Momma when I turned the corner and saw you sitting there “my heart got happy” it was so special then and it is something I will always hold dear and close to my heart even now almost over three years later.

Here are some of the other projects that were shown this week on Instagram.  I hope you enjoy!!

 


 


I am so excited to have created these two new stamp sets as well as three new sequins mixes.  I put a lot of love and thought in to these sets.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

We will be giving away two prize packages to two lucky winners.

There will be a hidden egg on two projects along this hop so be sure you check out every ones projects. You don’t want to miss this egg.  When you find it be sure to go over to Kennedy Grace Creations Instagram page and like the picture posted Friday.  Leave a comment with which project had the hidden egg on it.  Be sure you also tag a friend.

 

We hope you have enjoyed this release and will hop along to see what our talented designers have made using the new stamps sets and sequins from the March release.

 

Your next stop is the lovely and talented:  Karen O

Comments

  1. Michelle, these are all GORGEOUS! I adore these new floral stamps--and the gorgeous sequin mixes, too! An amazing release! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  2. Beautiful stamps and love the sentiments. The sequins mixes look so pretty too. Glad to have found this new (to me) company!

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    1. Thank you Shelly and Mynn for you kind comments!

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  3. Michelle, your cards are all so incredibly beautiful! The new stamp sets are so amazing to work with & the new sequins are just gorgeous!

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  4. The stamps look so fun! Great cards!

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    1. Thank you Jessica! Glad you like them!

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  5. Beautiful cards. Love the new stamps and sequins!

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  6. Absolutely beautiful cards, Michelle -- highlighting this fantastic stamp sets and sequins!

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  7. Congrats Michelle!!! I'm so happy that your dream is coming true and your stamps set are simply gorgeous! ❤️

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    1. Thank you Jessica! Glad you like them!

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  8. Thank you ladies so glad to like!!!!

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  9. So much gorgeousness on one page Michelle, so happy to be on this journey with you. Its a wonderful hop with so much inspiration. Big hugs xo

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    1. Thank You Karen! I am so glad you like them!

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  11. Michelle you cards are beautiful, made more so by the fabulous stamps and sequins. Loving them
    Blessings
    Maxine

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    1. Thank you Maxine, I am so glad you like them!

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  12. Hi Michelle! I can't find the post on Instagram to leave a comment.

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  13. Lovely cards! Love the new release! Blog hop was fabulous!

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    1. Thank you Lydine! So glad you stopped by and hopped with us!

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  14. Enjoyed the hop & found the eggs on Karen's & Cammy's posts.

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  15. These are fabulous! Congratulations! I'm a sucker for flowers!

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    1. Thank you Lisa! I have several floral's coming soon!

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  16. Beautiful cards Michelle and they showcase the stamps beautifully. I love your technique of using the white embossing - that looks fabulous and gives the projects a very special look.

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    1. Thank you Marilyn, I am glad you had fun using these new goodies

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  17. You card is beautiful with the flowers spilling over the edges! Congrats on a fabulous and lovely release!

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    1. Thank You DAnn I am glad you liked them

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  18. Fabulous cards. Love the white embossing on the flowers!! Thanks for taking me on this exciting journey with you :-) Congrats on your first two beautiful stamp sets. Looking forward to many more!

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    1. Thank you Cindy! Glad you have fun playing with these new stamps!

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  19. Hi michelle - I have tried to do the blog hop but cannot get to In Love With Paper as I get a privacy warning from blogger, and A Crafty Girl I can get to, but cannot get her March release post :-(. I did find one egg though :-)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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    1. Hi Maxine,

      We updated new link. Try hopping again. It see if you can get all the way thru. :)

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