Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Rose Blossom Blog Hop




Welcome to the mid-month Rose Blossom Blog Hop.
If you are coming from Brenda's blog
you are on the right track.
You can also find the complete list there.
We just got back from the CTMH convention and I have to say it was good to get back to creating after all that inspiration.
Today we are focusing on using Hostess Sets
because with the
you can order the Hostess Sets, for only $5, with a qualifying purchase
($25 stamp order).
The Paper Bird set is my favorite so I created with it.
Here's a few more.



I limited myself to the following supplies to make these cards.
One stamp set:  Paper Bird
One Ink:  Black
One Cardstock Pack:  Basic Fundamentals
One Twine: Glacier
One Sequin Pack:  Oceanside
One Assortment:  In the Pink Clips

Now it's time to hop on over to my friend,
Marg's blog,
to see what awesomeness she has created!
Thanks for visiting!

8 comments:

Kim Hill said...

Kraft-y perfection! You so rock this stamp set! Love the neutrals with a pop of color. I'll have to give my neutrals collection a little more time on the workbench. 😊

Morgan Vogt said...

You really know how to use those neutral colors - these cards are so simple, but they're stunning because the little bit of color really pops. I am totally inspired to get my neutral on. :)

Marg Van Patten said...

Always love how you pull neutrals and patterns together. As if I don't have enough great stamps to work with, you've once again been a great enabler!! Thanks Lynn!

Mary Newman said...

Really cute cards Lynn. The neutrals with your color pops here and there are so awesome together. Simple but very elegant!

Cathy Arbuckle said...

Lynn, these cards are sooooo pretty. I would hsve never thought to layer the sequins - great idea!

Audrey Pettit said...

Beautiful, Lynn! You really know how to rock the neutrals, my friend! LOVE the bits of turquoise you added in, too!

Kim said...

Love your cards! Seeing this display convinced me to grab these before they are gone.... Love your inspiration!

Barbara Smith said...

Love the kraft paper, as always! Beautiful as always!