Thursday, April 19, 2012

Cornish Heritage Farms Blog Hop

Welcome to Cornish Heritage Farms blog hop! Come join us as the Cornish Heritage Farms Design Team take you on a journey discovering all sorts of CHF goodness! If you didn’t start at the beginning of this hop, you might want to head on over to the Cornish Heritage Farms Blog so that you don’t miss out on anything.



17 backgrounders, 3 ATC Sets, 2 individual Rummage Bin Stamps and 3 Rummage Bin Stamp sets being released.

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Here are my cards that I would like to share with you. Both cards highlight the background stamp called "brick wall" and images from the stamp set called "Time to Stamp". The cat was cut on the Cricut, the flowers are a digital image from CHF, colored and cut out by hand, and the vase was made using an oval punch.


The flowers on the next card were made using a couple punches, sponging on a little color and shaping with a stylus. I have loved using these stamps. They are so versatile.

       
This picture shows how the background paper was made. On the left you see the stamp. On the right you see the original paper and on top you see the finished result. I love the finished paper and it's so easy.
Now it is time to hop on over to the blog of Deneen Treble and see what she has to share with you. Remember to leave a comment on everyone's blog as you travel on your journey. Three of our CHF Design Team members will be giving away blog candy, but who they are is a secret! Hope you enjoy your travels.

41 comments:

  1. I love the brick background.

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  2. Cute scene you created with the first card!

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  3. Both cards really show off that great brick background.Great cards. I really must get that stamp!

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  4. Wow, I love both cards, very creative!

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  5. What really awesome cards, love all the details in your cards!

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  6. The flowers look like they are climbing up the brick wall. Very creative!

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  7. How cool is this background! I love the variety of ways you used this stamp. Awesome job, helps me think outside the box a little bit more.

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  8. Both cards are awesome. The brick wall is now on my wishlist.

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  9. I liked the paper you used to create the background. Is it still available , who makes it? It really came together in your card!

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  10. Wow wow wow. Love the brickwork" you did. Quite lovely! :)

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  11. Amazing bricks thanks for showing the steps. Very clever how you combine different things

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  12. Ooohhhh I love your brick wall scenes!!!!

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  13. What magnificient cards you created. I love them.

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  14. Great! Love the background stamp used.

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  15. The computer and I are having trouble leaving you a note here! I love the flowers on the brick wall card. Makes me think of wild roses. So pretty.

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  16. Great backgrounder, love your scenic cards!

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  17. Love the brick - and love the kitty sitting on top of your brisk wall!!

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  18. What a fab job showing off those wonderful bricks!

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  19. Dianne, I had already put that brick backgrounder in my cart. Thanks for showing some great uses for it!

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  20. "Another brick in the wall" I am on the look out for a brick stamp so this just might be it.

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  21. A punch art artist! There are so few of you left in the world! I love the cards! A mix of stamping, punching, creativity! Hugs!

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  22. Wow, your brick walls look amazing on both cards!!! Very creative and fun cards!

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  23. Great message-clock pairing! TFS,

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  24. Wonderful cards and papers. Can't wait to try some of them.
    Candy Meuers

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  25. Love both your cards. Amazing what you can do with some punches to add that little bit extra to a card. TFS.

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  26. Great cards - interested to see how you made the wall.

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  27. Cool backgrounds and LOVELY cards!

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  28. very stylish cards! Thanks for the insite on the brick background!
    Carolyn

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  29. Great background stamp! I really like the 1st card. My niece has a black cat named Bella and when I saw that card it reminded me of them. I love how the stamped images turned out!

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  30. Fabulous cards. Love how you showed the stamp, paper and finished product!

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  31. The brick background is amazing! Love the red brick the best, but I'm very impressed with the way you layered the first card.

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  32. Dianne your cards are amazing! Can you tell me how you created the top on the gray brick wall that the cat is sitting on?

    thanks
    Sue
    suziem23@aol.com

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