July 26, 2011

There She Goes Preview | Day TWO

Howdy!  Welcome back to day two of sneaks!  It's an exciting week here for There She Goes and the Trendsetters have a fun little blog hop to kick off the new release - PLUS you have a chance to win some goodies, so keep reading and find out the details. The hop started off at There She Goes, but if you came to my blog from Jessie's, then you're at the right stop.



Awhile back Torico had posted some of her sketches on her Facebook page and this adorable boy and his puppy got lots of attention! So many of you said that it needed to be made into a stamp and we agreed. Not only is this mini set great by itself but it can also be combined with many of Torico’s other TSG stamp sets for even more versatility!

Float My Boat is a 3x4 set that includes a total of 9 stamps and will sell for $7

This just makes me smile!  Look how cute this boy and his dog are - I love it!  I grabbed my Splash paper again and I adore those big polka dots!  I stamped the images in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored them with Copics and cut it out with an oval Nestabilities die.  I added some white stitched ribbon and a few nailhead stickers over the sentiment flag - so cute! 

Would you like a chance to win the Float My Boat stamp set? Here’s what you need to do- go to each of the Trendsetter’s Blogs and leave a comment on their Float My Boat 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 Float My Boat stamp set. The winner will be announced Saturday July 30th during the Release Party Chat.

Next on the blog hop is the super fabulous Melyssa!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Karen

recipe -
stamps: float my boat (there she goes)
paper: kraft, choice snow white (taylored expressions) cardstock, splash (echo park)
ink: memento tuxedo black
accessories: copic markers, oval nestabilities (spellbinders), medium scallop border die (taylored expressions), black nailhead stickers, white stitched grosgrain ribbon, foam tape

31 comments:

  1. This is such a fun card... very cute color choices and that images are so precious....

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  2. So cute! And I love the sentiment!

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  3. So adorable! I love the colors that you used! :)

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  4. Beautiful card. I love the lightness of it. Wonderful design work, as always.

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  5. Fresh, clean and pretty. I love that soft blue shadow around the boy and his pup in the boat. Cool effect!
    ~Meredith

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  6. Gorgeous card, love the way you've coloured his hair :)

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  7. Great card--I like the papers you chose--esp the polkda dots!

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  8. Darling design, Karen! (We used the same papers!) :)

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  9. Adorable card Karen! Love your coloring and the dsp...so cute!

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  10. couldn't be sweeter! fab coloring & i love the happy papers & ribbon!

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  11. That is SO cute! what a cute image, too. Your card is so bright and cheery.

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  12. This is too cute! I love the colors you used!

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  13. This is SO fresh and summery feeling Karen! Too cute!

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  14. VERY cute card, love the colors and the awesome dp. The little boy is so cute.

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  15. Very cute!! Great layout and bow.

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  16. WOW! Love the papers and your bow is AWESOME!!

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  17. Love, love the fun colors of your card! And your coloring is fantastic!

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  18. I love how summery this card looks...we need some sun in Seattle. :D

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  19. I just love this, and the ribbon really finishes it off! Fabulous job!

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  20. This is so cute. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Totally adorable the boy and dog ! Hope you'll link it up to my Little Boy themed challenge here http://angsandy.blogspot.com/2011/08/sandys-challenge-5.html

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