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Erin Lee Creative Blog Hop

Hello, my friends!  I am so happy to be included in a blog hop for a very exciting new stamp company: Erin Lee Creative.  Her stamps, stencils and dies are going to knock your socks off!  You may have arrived here from the incredible Laura Bassen's blog (I am pinching myself just saying that).  Please leave comments on the blogs along the hop, because three winners will be chosen from the comments to receive a free stamp set!  (Please comment by December 5, 2018.  Winners will be announced on the Erin Lee Creative blog.)  After me, please go see what my new friend, Michelle McDaniel, has up her sleeve.  Just look at this list of women I'm rubbing shoulders with today:

Erin Lee Creative
Janette Kausen
Jodi Collins
Amy Kolling
Laura Bassen
Cheryl Knutti (That's me!)
Michelle McDaniel

On to the projects:


I got to meet Erin at a stamp retreat a few months ago, and she kindly let me play with her new stamps.  I immediately fell in love with this elephant from the Incredible India set and had a great time embossing it in gold.  (I posted my first cards on Instagram.)  For this card I used a couple of mandala images stamped in Versamark for the background and let the elephant take center stage.


For my next card I used the gorgeous 6x6 Sketched Floral Background  heat embossed in gold, then colored with Zig Clean Color Markers.  These delicate flowers are so pretty!




Lastly, I stamped another mandala from Incredible India in black, then used Copics in rainbow order.  I masked off the sentiment to stamp it horizontally, and I added a few sequins to the centers.


I am so happy for my friend, Erin and her new adventure!  Please take a look at her incredible products.  There is such a variety and something for everyone.

Go see Michelle, and comment!

💖 Cheryl

P.S.  Go find me on Instagram @cherylcards


Comments

  1. Fabulous flower card! Great samples over all :)

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  2. Wow! All three are wonderful, but I am partial to the elephant. So classy and elegant.

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  3. All great cards but the elephant is my favorite.

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  4. Lovely set of cards. The elephant is so intricately amazing

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  5. Such wonderful cards and inspiration! Awesome elephant!

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  6. I LOVE the gorgeous elephant! The details are amazing and the card looks awesome!

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  7. Wow, these are so gorgeous - I love discovering new brands, and you've definitely done it justice with your beautiful creations! Love the elephant, and the second floral card is stunning!

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  8. That elephant is so gorgeous in gold. Really love all your cards, I'll definitely be back to see you.....

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  9. I am in love with this Sketched Floral background and the colors you used are so pretty! The elephant has so much detail and looks great embossed in gold.

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  10. Gorgeous cards! I can’t wait to try Erin’s new products!

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  11. Love your cards. Erin products are great.

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  12. I have a collection of elephants and
    buy any new elephant stamps that I
    see. Have this one on the shopping
    list. Love the stamping of him in
    gold - fantastic. Great collection
    of cards. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. These are stunning! I love your mandalas and elephant. Your flowers are lovely.

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  14. I am a huge elephant, and mandala fan. These are absolutely my cup of tea. Great products in this first release.

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  15. Beautiful set of cards! The elephant one is my fav!! :)

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  16. I just love that heat embossed gold elephant design and these stamps are unique and beautiful as well!

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  17. Awesome set of cards! Love the beautiful layouts and your amazing colouring technique!!!

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  18. wow your cards are gorgeous - love the gold on the elephant image!!

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  19. These are so lovely, BBK! You're killing me with the flowers though! Now I need yet another set...

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  20. Very lovely cards--love the elephant! These card are so cute as are the stamps!

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  21. Three super cards. Love how you used the Incredible India set and those pink flowers are gorgeous!

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  22. What beautiful cards! I really love the Incredible India set, so perfect for coloring. I love those flowers too. I'm excited for this release! TFS!

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  23. Fabulous work on all
    your cards. The stamps
    are awesome.
    Carla from Utah

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  24. Your cards are just beautiful! I love, love, love the elephant card, it's just gorgeous.

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  25. Beautiful cards! Love these awesome designs!

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