Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Stampsmith Ribbons and Lace Blog Hop!

   This adorable girl and her kitty is on a sheet set called, "Isn't She Lovely?" Check out The Stampsmith Store and see what other stamps are in this set. I made this card for Mike's aunt. Happy Birthday Janette!

   Today is the one year anniversary of The Stampsmith Challenge Blog! Lots of celebrating going on over there today!
   The November theme is Ribbons and Lace, hosted by the very talented and creative Lynne
   Using at least one Stampsmith stamp, some ribbons and lace, enter your artwork into this fabulous challenge and be eligible for a random draw at the end of the month, to win a Stampsmith sheet of rubber, valued at $21
   How awesome is that! So get inky and join in the celebration!
   
  BUT WAIT! THAT'S NOT ALL .....

   In addition, also at the end of this month, we will be entering ALL comments from The Stampsmith Challenge Blog AND each of the designer's blogs into a hat for a chance to win another sheet of rubber valued at $21!  The more comments you leave the more chances you have to win some rubber!
   
I'M NUMBER 6!   
   If you have arrived here from Mutch to Stamp, Julie Mutch's blog, number 5 on the blog hop, then you are in the right place! After you leave a comment here, head on over to Valerie Wilson's blog and leave her some kind words!
   Below, is the complete list of the blogs in this hop in case you have missed any. Be sure to leave some love on each blog for more chances to win! 
    Have a blast at the blog hop and leave some love! You can't win if you don't play!

2. Melanie Bennett (Sunflower Mel's Crafting Corner)
3. Karen McAlpine (Dreaming and Creating)
4. Lynne Moncrieff (Adorn)
5. Julie Mutch (Mutch to Stamp)
6. Debbie Reid (Scraps From A Broad) YOU ARE HERE!
7. Valerie Wilson (Valerie H. Wilson)
   
Closeups:

Chalk was used to tint her hands, face and dress

Get Inky!
Debbie
^..^
 

27 comments:

hellerlittle said...

dear Debbie,
many thanks for a fantastic and inspiring year with you.
I'm participant since the first Challenge and did not realize how quickly a year passes - thank you!
hugs hellerlittle

craftattack said...

Lovely work, as always - enjoy hopping! Hugs, Valerie

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Hi Debbie
It worked!!! Thank you so much for taking the time to help me out.
It is so lovely to have you as part of the one year celebrations. You art is such an asset and it is a privilege to be on the same DT as you.
Love your creation for the Ribbon & Lace theme.
Here's to another year of The Stampsmith fun LOL.
Wishes
Lynne

Gisèle said...

Hi Debbie, so nice to see you being part of this bloghop; I love the creation you have put together...Hugs from your fellow Canadian...

1CardCreator said...

Beautiful card, love the paper choice too and the stamp is gorgeous!

Karen McAlpine said...

This is such a bright fun card...love that paper in the background. Like how you used chalks to add color to the stamped image. Auntie will love her card!!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Just a wonderful card, great use of lace and ribbon.

Aisling said...

Now, that's a BOW! Very colourful project that makes me smile.

Valerie H. Wilson said...

So many amazing details on this wonderful project!! Truly inspiring!
Hugs,
Val :)

CreativSpirit said...

Hi Debbie,

Gorgeous card, love all of the feminine details, beautifully done.

Michele said...

i love the chalk work on her face. great card! a wonderful challenge and blog hop. xo

Bubbles said...

That crochet flower is so pretty! I love how you've used com-plimenting colours - so well-thought out!

Dawn said...

What a beautiful image I love how you have framed it that little die cut really sets the image off Dxx

stamping sue said...

what a fun card.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Jayne C said...

Fabulous card, Debbie!! I love that stamp...it looks great!! x

Darlene said...

what a bright and cheerful and fun card!

darlene

MD said...

ELLE EST SUPERBE BRAVO

Ali Manning said...

Awesome piece, Debbie - I love the blue and yellow combo - it looks great with a vintage twist!

Linda said...

Debbie, I love your card. I really like the colors you used and all the added elements.

Plush Possum Studio said...

Debbie, this is so charming! You've really brought a smile to my face, for this is a heart-warmer of a card!
At last! My hand's feeling mostly better, so I'm able to come by once more! Hope to visit you again shortly!
Rose

Plush Possum Studio said...

Thanks for the Follow, my friend!
See you again soon here!
Rose

Paper Wishes said...

What a fun project, the colours are really unusual and I love the squiggly text.

Jolanda said...

your card is so beautiful - i love the crocheted flower :)

Fliss said...

Gorgeous card Debbie. The pretty background paper sets the adorable image off perfectly and love the big and beautiful bow.
Great blog hop!
Fliss x

Alison said...

Such a beautiful card Debbie, my favourite colours too!
Alison x

Maria said...

This is fabulous, and I am loving the effect of the chalks for the soft colour on the image! Maria x

Ephemera said...

Beautiful composition and the colour combination works so well together. Another gorgeous stamp smith image. I wish they were more readily available in the UK. XX

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