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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

We're Having A Blog Hop

It's that special time of year again when the new Stampotique stamps hit the store, and we're having a blog hop to celebrate. 
f you are a fan of our Facebook page you may have already gotten a sneak peek of some of the new images we are excited to be releasing today.  We hope you will join us for the blog hop to see a variety of those images.

There are lots of new images from our favorite stamp designers and we are proud to welcome one of our newest stamp designer, Magda Polakow, whom you have seen tons of her fabulous creations here as part of our design team.  We think you will find a few stamps that you can't live without.

Join us through the blog hop for your chance to win some random goodies-we will be randomly drawing two winners for a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps at the Stampotique online store.  The new stamps should be available over there now.

Also, make sure you hope all the way through for an exciting announcement on our Stampotique Designers Blog for an additional chance to win some goodies and some additional recognition as an artist.

You should have arrived to my blog from Gez Butterworth, if you did not arrive from there you may want to start the hop at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge blog.   When you are finished visiting my blog you will want to hop on over to Magda Polakow

Have fun hopping, we will be pulling the random winners of the blog at our next challenge on April 23, 2014.

This is made with the very lovely Verdette which is one of Janet Klein's new designs. She's perfect for paper piecing isn't she. I've also used France's fabulous new Typewritter Alpha for the smaller letters in vogue and the price 2/6 eh, that's going back a few years lol. The rest of the lettering is stencilled. I've also used France's Barcode and Barcode text. I did stamp the Barcode upside down but never mind eh :-)
You now need to hop on over to Magda's blog, and if you get lost here's a list of where you need to go.

Have fun!

54 comments:

  1. Great use of these stamps! Love the faces how you colored them!

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  2. Beautiful stamps, have fun with your hop! My computer is making problems, very slow, so I will not hop with it anywhere today. Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Lovely card Sue, she certainly is a Fashionista!!

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  4. great combination of all those yummy stamps! she makes me want to go summer dress shopping!
    xx
    france

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  5. Love the combination of stamps you have used to design this fabulous card Sue!

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  6. Wow love that lady stamp and yes just right for paper piecing.

    :)

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  7. Awesome Sue.
    Looks like your Set-card ;)

    xx Arwen

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  8. Love the new stamps and you really did them justice with your fab projects. France really outdid herself with this release!

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  9. Great card. love the coloring. x Brenda

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  10. Your paper piercing is fabulous! Love all the different colours!

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  11. Lovely card. They paper piece so well!

    Hopping away!

    Lisa

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  12. Beautiful project! I love your combination with these great stamps!

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  13. Amazing card, such brilliant colors!

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  14. Wonderful use of the new designs, brilliant :)

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  15. Love the ladies group! What fun!

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  16. What fun to have them all in the different dresses.. Awesome.
    Sandy :)

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  17. Fantastic work and inspiration with this 'Verdette' stamp haha!!! She's really perfect for a fashion magazine indeed lol!! Bises! xxx

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  18. What a great group of fashionable ladies ! Fab !
    Corrie x

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  19. reminds me of my daughter.
    Lovely.

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  20. Love your fashion "statement" here, Sue! Reminds me of the front of a dress pattern envelope. Great combination of stamps, too!

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  21. Beautiful card, I love that you her a few times, cleaver Idea.

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  22. Wonderful colours love your card Sue!

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  23. the paper piecing is great with this stamp

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  24. Fabulous card and cute stamps. Fantastic!

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  25. I love how you stamped Verdette onto patterned paper, colored her, and pieced her back together. Lots of work, but oh-so-worth-it!

    I also love how you've used the other stamps in this piece!

    Great work!

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  26. Very pretty card Sue!! Love it!! Hugs FRea

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  27. Love your paper pieced creation. That barcode stamp is so fun :)

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  28. Love the sewing round the edge, brings a 1950's style vibe to your card. Love what you have created :-) x

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  29. Love those fresh, pretty, paper-pieced dresses - such a lovely card, Sue!
    Alison x

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  30. Such a fun project--I have patterns that look just like these! I'm pining for the alpha set and bar code stamps (along with about ten others)! Love this piece. :-)

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  31. Love that Verdette stamp also!! Sweet!

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  32. Great card sue, and great use of the stamp.

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  33. Verdette is really set with a lovely wardrobe. Great card!

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  34. Cute card - so summery. Hoppin' on! ;-)

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  35. Sue your card is fantastic. Love your paper piecing. One of my favorite techniques. Love the scene you created. Great new stamps in the store. Thanks for the HOP...it has been fun!

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  36. That's a lovely card Sue. I don't have time to visit all the blogs, but congrats to all the designers.

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  37. Loving the paper piecing & use of stamps! Tfs :)

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  38. Nice job- love love all this inspiration!

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  39. Wonderful project, they look so prim and proper :)

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  40. Love the bright colours. Great card

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  41. Fabulous. I love paper piecing!!!

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  42. like all those girls stamped on your card.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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