November 28, 2018

Erin Lee Creative Blog Hop!

Hi everyone! Happy Wednesday!

I am SO excited to be a part of my blog hop introducing my dear friend Erin’s FABULOUS new stamp company, Erin Lee Creative! YAY!! I am SO proud of Erin, and I LOVE her style and products!! You should have arrived here from Janette Kausen's Blog!

Erin Lee Creative

I had SO much fun creating this card! I used the TOTALLY rad new Layering Skull Stamp Set, Layering Skull Coordinating Die Set and ‘Til Death Word Die! LOVE!!!!!!!!! I began with a panel of white card stock and sponged on Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink. I spritzed the panel with water and then with shimmer mist. I added striped paper down one side of the card.

I cut the skull from white card stock using the Layering Skull Coordinating Die Set and then stamped it using the Layering Skull Stamp Set with Pumice Stone Distress Oxide Ink, Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide Ink and Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink. LOVE! The layering is FAB! The flowers were cut using the Layering Skull Coordinating Die Set and stamped with the Layering Skull Stamp Set. I colored the flowers with Copic Markers. I added the flowers and skull to the card, popping them up with foam tape.

I then cut “’til death” from silver card stock and then twice from white card stock, layered them together and then added the die-cut to the card. I LOVE this die SO much. It is all one, so there is no stress trying to get the words to line up. LOVE LOVE LOVE. I finished off my card with a trio of rhinestones.

Erin Lee Creative Closeup

Please head over to my pal Amy Kolling’s Blog to see what she has in store for you! YAY!

For a chance to win a stamp set (one set each to three lucky winners!), please leave a comment on any participating blog by December 5, 2018! The three winners will be announced the following week on the Erin Lee Creative Blog! The more you comment, the more chances to win!!

Here is the order of the hop, so you can make sure you don’t miss a stop!

30 comments:

  1. Love how you colored your flowers and I always love black and white stripes.

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  2. Not your usual card. I drive by a store that is called Til death and I always wondered what they sell. Now I am wondering how I could use this sentiment on some cards.

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  3. Yup, not usual but wicked cool nonetheless! I love it!

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  4. Beautifully coloured flowers.... The arrangement is a great distraction from the scary ☠️

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  5. I love the color palette, the blues and grey of the skull! Fun idea!

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  6. The design and colour choices are fabulous, love how you put it all together! I will be honest, the skull would not be my choice, but it totally works! :-)

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  7. Love your fun card! It is nice to see stamps that are a little different and I wish Erin lots of luck with her new company.

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  8. Awesome card. Such great inspiration! Thanks!

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  9. Card is very different. Love the flower coloring

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  10. Spent a lot of years as a Winter Texan
    and always enjoyed the celebration for
    Day of the Dead. Love that the skull
    is a layering stamp. Fantastic card.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. This looks very nice. Your flowers are lovely!

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  12. Marisela Delgado said: Great card. Marisela mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  13. Flowers and a skull! How different can it get! Interesting and fun products.

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  14. What a different take! Flowers and skull! Beautiful card :)

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  15. Wow, what a dramatic and unique card. LOVE the black and white with blue florals

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  16. Oh wow! it's so cool!!! Love the beautiful layout and your amazing colouring technique!!!

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  17. Super cool card, Jodi! Love the graphic b&w background. It is perfect for the skull and beautiful flowers.

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  18. lovely card - love the images and design!!

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  19. Love, love, love!! I haven't ordered these yet bc I can't decide between the layering skull or the skull background.

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  20. Beautiful--love the color scheme

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  21. How lovely. I never thought I'd say that about a skull stamp but it is truly gorgeous. TFS!

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  22. Cool looking and
    a great stamp.
    Carla from Utah

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  23. Awesome card! I love the sentiment, made me giggle. A perfect card for someone a little less traditional! Your coloring is fantastic!

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