Sep 25, 2017

My Sweet Petunia and Kitchen Sink Stamps Bloghop



Hello and Welcome to the collaboration hop with My Sweet Petunia and Kitchen Sink Stamps
Everyone who comments on all the blogs will be eligible to win one of two prizes, the winners choice of a Mini or Original MISTI and a prize package from Kitchen Sink Stamps. You have until 11pm central time on October 2nd and the winners will be posted on October 3rd both on the MSP and KSS blogs.

Kitchen sink Stamps is also having a sale, here's the deets.

 KSS 10th Anniversary Sale.
35% off all items in stock - Free Shipping at $65 (US Only)
(Sale Excludes Out of Stock and Special Order/Retired Items)
Sale Dates: Sept. 25th - 29th (midnight PDT)
Coupon Code:  KSSDECADE


Now for the details on my cards, I made two different ones using the Snow Flurry set.  The first card I started with a white top folding note card and a bristol panel cut down with a stitched die.
I stamped the flurry image with Versamark ink and embossed in white and then blended Broken China and Peacock Feathers distress oxide ink over the image and the entire panel



With the help of the Original MISTI I was able to take the sentiment stamp and curve it along the outline of the flurry


I created a second card using the same set


Here are the links to everyone participating in the bloghop, be sure to leave a comment on all the blogs to be eligible to win


                 Ceal Pritchett <---You are here



49 comments :

  1. What beautiful technique work on these pretty Christmas cards! Love the curviness in the designs.

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  2. Both of your cards are lovely! I especially love the first one! The way you did the sentiment ROCKS and I ❤️ the ❄️ ❄️ ❄️! TFS!

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  3. I was never interested in the snow flurry set until now - you've inspired me! I love the look of both cards, especially the joy one. This set will be going on my list.

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  4. Wow so pretty, love the way u used the stamps.

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  5. Very creative use of design and color!

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  6. Beautiful card and great technique.

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  7. Wow your cards are awesome!

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  8. Beautiful card designs with this Snow Flurry set.

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  9. That flurry stamp is totally awesome! I love both of your cards!!!

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  10. Beautiful inking
    and designs! Love
    the curves.
    Carla from Utah

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  11. Love your designs and the cool looking stamps!

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  12. Very pretty card. Great colors.

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  13. Awesome card. Thanks for the showing your technique

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  14. Your cards are stunning. I am adding the Snow Flurry set to my list.

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  15. Don't know which one I like better....they are both really nice so I vote for both!

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  16. WOW, love this snowflake stamp. Ceal, your cards are fantastic and the colours are fabulous. Very nicely done!

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  17. So unique. I love the way you made the curves in the stamp to add interest.

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  18. Love the stamp and love, love the curvy lines. Great card.

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  19. Awesome technique! Love the cards.

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  20. Oh, that's tricky! Love the technique - I will have to try that. Lovely cards!

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  21. What a creative way to design your card, and the embossed resist background is so beautiful!

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  22. Both of your cards are great but I might have a slight preference for the first one.

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  23. Wow that flurry set is beautiful! Thanks for sharing both cards and your technique. Both are great. Love the second card and it's "joy" sentiment.

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  24. You are very clever, and your cards are so eye-catching!

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  25. Love how you stamped the
    sentiment to match the shape
    of the flurry. Beautiful
    colors. Great cards.
    thanks for sharing.

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  26. stunning cards - very arty:)

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  27. Clever use of the Snow Flurry stamp. Both cards are wonderful! My fave is the first as I like the added curvy sentiment.

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  28. Both of your cards are beautiful! I love the simple yet elegant look to them.

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  29. This just dropped my jaw!! I keep staring at it to take in all the details - such an intriguing and unique card creation! Snowflakes and winter always warm my heart, as has your cards. Stunning! Blessings and TFS! ♥

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  30. Very creative way to use these stamps. I really like how you curved the sentiment on the first card.

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  31. Love the colors and the way you curved the stamp, LOVE the idea. can't wait to try it out too. These are the prettiest set of snowflakes too.

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  32. Love those gorgeous snowflakes! Gorgeous cards!

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  33. That snow flurry stamp is so pretty and I loved the different ways you used it.

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  34. Wow!!! Amazing colors!!! Love your gorgeous cards!!!

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  35. How gorgeous your Snow Flurries cards; the joy, especially, catches my eye! The Kitchen Sink is a new company to me (I know...what rock have I been hiding under!), but what I've seen is beyond impressive! Off for much closer looks once I'm done hopping! Your showcase is so inspired!
    ~carol

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  36. Wow. I m totally in love with the stamp set. You did an amazing job, It's so beautiful. tyvmfs :)

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  37. both are lovely...can't pick a favorite!

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  38. Hi :) I love the clean lines and sassy look, very nice work.I'm getting lots of new ideas form this hop! Hopefully someday soon I will be brave enough to join in!

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  39. great idea and techniques thank you so much for sharing

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  40. OH wow, absolutely beautiful and inspiring!

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  41. Love both cards, but the way you did the sentiment on the first one is AWESOME!

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  42. Great cards- love the idea of curving the sentiment!

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  43. Those cards are absolutely gorgeous! Blue and white is one of my favorite color combinations.

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  44. Wow... so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your clever ideas on how to use these stamps.

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  45. Beautiful, "frosty" cards Ceal! Thanks for sharing the awesome stamping techniques!
    The love how the MISIT makes it so easy to bend lines of sentiments! Beautiful job!

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