March 22, 2011

There She Goes Preview | Day TWO

Welcome to the second day of the There She Goes preview blog hop!  You should start your hop at the There She Goes blog, where all the details of the challenge are, and if you've come my way from Julie's blog, then you're at the right place.


Whether you’re one of those individuals who suffers from technological meltdowns, or you’re one who has the world of technology all figured out; you’ll roll on the floor laughing when you get a look at this hilarious set illustrated by Jessica!She’s covered all of her bases, too…from cell phones to PCs…and she’s included
sentiments that will crack up anyone that receives a card created with the set.
Technology Bytes is a 4x8 stamp set that includes a total of 20 stamps and will sell for $18.


Eat. Sleep. Blog.  Anyone with me?  haha!  I stamped the computer image in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored it with Copics and sponged around the edges in Memento Desert Sand.  The flower blossom was cut out with MFT's Flower Trio die-namics and I finished it with a chocolate pearl.

Would you like a chance to win the Technology Bytes stamp set? Here’s what you need to do- go to each of the Trendsetter’s Blogs and leave a comment on their Technology Bytes Blog Hop Challenge post. After you have finished checking out the eye candy and have left some love, return to the TSG Blog and add your name to the Mr. Linky at the bottom of this Blog Hop Challenge post. A winner will be chosen randomly using a random number generator to receive their very own Technology Bytes stamp set. The winner will be announced Saturday (Mar 26th) during the Release Party Chat.



Spring is in the air, and nothing says spring like tulips! This new set from Chris Dark showcases her flawless and realistic illustration of a single tulip and is paired with several sentiments that coordinate with the image. This set is a must-have for any flower lover!

Tulip is a 3x4 stamp set that includes a total of 8 stamps and will sell for $7
I stamped this beautiful tulip in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored it with Copics and again sponged the edges in Memento Cantaloupe.

Would you like a chance to win the Tulip stamp set? Here’s what you need to do- go to each of the Trendsetter’s Blogs and leave a comment on their Tulip Blog Hop Challenge post. After you have finished checking out the eye candy and have left some love, return to the TSG Blog and add your name to the Mr. Linky at the bottom of this Blog Hop Challenge post. A winner will be chosen randomly using a random number generator to receive their very own Tulip stamp set. The winner will be announced Saturday (Mar 26th) during the Release Party Chat

The next stop on the Blog Hop Challenge is Kim and there is lots more fantastic eye candy waiting for you along the way.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Karen

recipes -
technology bites card
stamps: technology bites (there she goes)
paper: jetstream & lakeshore (bazzill), choice snow white (taylored expressions) cardstock, hopscotch (basic grey)
ink: memento tuxedo black, memento desert sand
accessories: copic markers, chocolate pearls (kaisercraft), circle nestabilities (spellbinders), flower trio die-namics (mft)

tulip card
stamps: tulip (there she goes)
paper: not quite navy (su), so saffron (su), choice buttercream (taylored expressions) cardstock, stella & rose hattie (my mind's eye)
ink: memento tuxedo black, memento cantaloupe
accessories: copic markers, subtles buttons (su), so saffron stitched ribbon (su), small scallop border die (taylored expressions), circle & labels 11 nestabilities (spellbinders), linen thread

31 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards! Really like the flower embellishment and stamping on patterned paper on the first one. The color combo on the 2nd card is lovely. TFS!

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  2. Gorgeous cards. Love the colors that you used.

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  3. Two great cards, Karen. Love the flower on the top one and the fun DP you stamped the sentiment on.

    Tulips are my favorite flower and I'm so excited to see all the DTs samples with this gorgeous set! Fabulous layering of the focal image.

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  4. Great colours used. Love the sets and the way you have used them.

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  5. Ah, I love both of the cards that tulip is gorgeous but lots of potential in the other set of stamps too! TFS
    Shaz in oz.x

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  6. Love blue so 2 fab cards for me thanks for sharing.

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  7. Beautiful cards. I like the blue tulip:)

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  8. These are AMAZING Karen!!! I love your design on both cards...LOVE!!!

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  9. These are FLIPPIN fabulous my friend!! STUNNING layouts and your embellies are always just "perfect". LOVE!

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  10. Like your color palettes, DPs and layouts of both cards Karen.

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  11. Beautiful cards!!
    Love the paper & sketches you used!
    I love the tulip set!
    xx Tamara

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  12. Gorgeous little flower accent on the tech card Karen! SO cute!

    And I LOVE the blue tulip! Especially paired with the pretty yellow! Beautifully done!

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  13. Beautiful! I love that you stamped the sentiment ON the patterned paper on the top.

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  14. Fabulous designs, Karen! LOVE the blue tulip!

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  15. These are both beautiful. I love your flower on the first,and the colors are perfect on the second, beautiful.

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  16. Funny sentiment on the first and love the blue tulip.

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  17. Love the blue! Great cards, enjoyed browsing your blog!

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  18. your first card is so cute and the second one i LOVE!! love tulips!!

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  19. Both cards are great, the first is so fun and your second is beautiful! Love your images and sentiments!

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  20. Love the buttons and blue tulips! Wow! Love the flower on your technology card as well as the cute papers! :)

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  21. Fantastic cards, Karen! That 2nd card is so pretty!

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  22. Great cards, love the tulip card

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  23. Love the computer card, really speaks to me!

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  24. Oh the blue and yellow on your tulip card is amazing!!

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  25. I love the colors you used on both of these cards, and the details...stunning!

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  26. I like the details you used with these great stamps.

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  27. love both cards, but especially the tulip

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