Monday, May 1, 2017

Blog Hop: Live, Laugh, Love

Welcome to the May Stamp of the Month Blog Hop.  You will see many new and exciting things because today is also the first day the Seasonal Expressions II!  Play a little "eye spy" as you go along and see how many new products you see!

If you have arrived here from Tracie's Blog, you are continuing through the circle of the 26 consultants who will be sharing artwork with you!  From here, you will move to Sheila's Blog and view her beautiful artwork. 

Now for what I have created.  The Live, Laugh, Love set is sure to be a fun addition to your stamp set collection.   I am secretly hoping that there will be an entire alphabet done in this style! 

This past month I have been using my reinkers and creating with different techniques.  This card was created using the "puddle pad" technique.  I used a piece of felt, made stripes with different reinkers to get a rainbow effect on the stamp. 

I also used it for the flowers and leaves and added it to the card for embellishment.  One thing leads to another and the next card because a little "garden" of rainbow flowers. 

The embellishments include Little Dreamer Glitter gems (Z3321) and the cloud paper is all shimmered up with the clear shimmer brush (Z3293). 

And are you ready for it?  The paper I used was from the "Little Dreamer" paper packet from the Seasonal Expressions II. 

So much fun!  You can purchase this stamp set for $5 with a qualifying order or $17.95.  Visit your consultants website or if you do not have a consultant, I would be happy to help you.  My website is here.  

Now remember you will be traveling on to Sheila's blog from here. 

Happy Hopping,


  1. Those are so darn cute and must try the puddle pad technique.

  2. Fun technique for this stamp set!

  3. Love the technique...reminds me of the old rainbow pads!

  4. It totally reminds me of the old rainbow pads as said above! I haven't done this technique in a while but you just gave me a reason to do so. Love it!

  5. Love the second card with the row of mind only went to grouping the flowers. Both cards are just adorable! :) TFS!

  6. Fabulous cards! I need to try this technique.