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Erin Lee Creative November Release

Hello!  I am your last stop on the Erin Lee Creative blog hop for the November release, now available in the shop.  If you haven't seen everyone's creations yet, check the list at the bottom of this post.


Two $50 gift vouchers will be given to winners chosen randomly from comments on each blog in the hop.  Winners will be announced on the Erin Lee Creative blog on November 9.

Let's get to the projects!

First up are two cards made with the same products...the Stripe Background Stamp and the Stripe Sentiments Stamp Set.  There are so many possibilities with just these two products!  I started with an autumn rainbow of distress oxide inks:

I really love how these sentiments fit perfectly in the stripes, and they look like the labels we used to make with those vintage label makers (remember turning the wheel and pulling the trigger for the right letters?).  They look especially good when heat embossed.

(Sorry for getting that song stuck in your head...I've been singing it for days.)

Here's the second card with the same sets, but this time I chose a peaceful blue ombré and gold embossing.

These blues and the gold make me think of the ocean, and just thinking about that helps me to be still!

Lastly, here is a card made with the Heart Hands Stencil,  Stripe Sentiments  and Stripe Die.

I smooshed Versamark ink through the stencil, then used white embossing powder to get the crisp, white hands.  I love that Stripe Die because it's the perfect size for all of these sentiments, and it can be customized as well.  Here I trimmed the ends so it would fit under the hands.

Here's a look at the entire release:

Erin has such clever products that can be used in so man different ways and for so many different styles.  Be sure to check out the shop.  I'm sure you'll find something you love.  There is a huge sale going on, so check it out!

Don't forget to comment on each of the blogs in the hop for a chance to win a $50 gift voucher!

Have a great day!


  1. Your cards are so striking! I'm particularly drawn to the stripes, so simple yet quite eye catching.

  2. Love the bold and simple choices. Lovely cards!!

  3. I like all of your cards. I like striped shirts, fabric, candy AND PAPER! Great backgrounds and color choices. And your last card is impactful with the red paper and white embossing. These are wonderful new products!

  4. The colors on the first one is extra pretty!!! I love how different it is...

  5. I think that I always try to overthink when creating cards. Love what you did as the cards look elegant yet clean and simple!! Love this release!

  6. I love the stripes and the perfect sentiments! BEAUTIFUL

  7. Love the ombre idea on the stripes card and the hands card is so bold and beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Love how the sentiments fit inside the color stripes and that they look like the label maker made them! I love the blue and gold card, such a great color combination! That Heart Hands stencil is amazing too! 3 great cards!

  9. Fantastic cards! I love the bold color combination on the first card!

  10. Awesome cards! Love your color combos and the designs! The Heart Hands Stencil is a favorite!

  11. This is my first time visiting.
    I have just discovered the Erin Lee line and am really impressed!
    You're right about the song being stuck in my head.. =)
    I love the third card, thanks for the inspiration!

  12. beautiful cards - thanks for the ideas

  13. Wow! These are exquisite! I love the way you use color!! All three make a big impact!

  14. Such pretty cards. I
    love how you used
    the stripes.
    Carla from Utah

  15. Wonderful combinations. I'm not a blue fan, but I like the look of this project. Thank you for the ideas.

  16. Great cards. Love the sentiments and the stripes.

  17. Pretty creations with the awesome new coffee release!

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