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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Blooming Blog Hop!



Thank you so much for joining us for our March Stylin' Stampin' Squad Blog Hop! Temperatures are on the rise and there is just one short week until the official first day of Spring! We are all so ready to put away our snowflakes and break out the flowers in our craft rooms! Stampin' Up! has so many options for Spring-time flowers and we are showing you just a few of those today!

As you hop along, please be sure to comment and show some love on every blog! We are always excited to hear from our followers! You should have just left stop number 13 on the Stylin’ Stampin’ Squad blog hop – Tonya B. of Stampin' with Tonya.

If so, you are in the right spot. If a link doesn't work or you get off track, you will find the full blog hop lineup below my post.


Flowers, Flowers, Flowers

I don't know about you, but I am SO over this winter.  I am over the cold, the snow, the ice, and the kids being home randomly from school.  
This mamma is READY for Spring!!

One of the amazing benefits of having My Digital Studio is being able to do some AWESOME things with our already amazing products!
For example:  Love that DSP in the Sweet Sorbet collection, but need it to be a little different.....no worries!  You can change a lot about it!  You can change the color, intensity, and even size of the design!  

Check this out:


See any purple in this Sweet Sorbet paper pack?  NOPE!  But thanks to MDS, I was able to use the paper by recoloring it Perfect Plum, zooming in, and making the pattern smaller.   AHHHHHHH  flexing those creative muscles is fun!  The stamp brush set in the middle is the Happy Watercolor being able to recolor, crop, and change the sizes is easy peasy!

Now this:

I couldn't find a background paper that I liked.  So I just made my own!  I used the Happy Watercolor stamp brush set, and used a rainbow of different colors....and VOILA!  
Do you see those super cute paper rosettes?!  LOVE!  and the fun pom pom flower?  Embellishments make all the difference!

Best part of all this:   If I really wanted to, I could take the background paper, print it out on my home computer on some Whisper White cardstock and totally use it on a card or a tag!  Yes!  I am now a paper designer.  

Not bad for a bed ridden couch potato.  Perhaps I will infirm for yet another week.  

Just think of the thinks we could think!  
Thanks for stopping by!  You're headed to Jamie's blog now.




If you wanna revisit any of the other blogs:  Here's the full list.  Have a great day!




Blog Hop Participants



Dawn S. of Dawn's Creative Chalet
Pam S. of Stampin' in the Sun
Diana E. of Stampin' Fun with Diana
Cynthia R. of Ink-A-Doodle Creations
Erica B. of Stamping Starlette
Anastasia R. of Stampin' Blondie
Darcy J. of DJ's Stampin' Place
Bree R. of Craft-Somnia
Heidi B. of Stuck on Stampin'
Shellie G. of Craft Smashup
Kim R. of Stamping with Kim
Jennifer C. of Happy 2 Scrap 4 Life
Tonya B. of Stampin' with Tonya
Donna S. of Organized Chaos <----------------------------------------you are here!
Jamie H. of Unique Ink
Darla R. & Nancy K. of Stampin with Darla and Sisters
Kathy P. of Katrina P's Creative Corner

13 comments:

  1. PERFECT! I love our MDS and sadly don't get in there and use it as much as I should! You did a fantastic job at showcasing this program! LOVE THEM BOTH!

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  2. SUPER FUN! I LOVE seeing what you do with MDS! You are a Rockstar!!

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  3. LOVE THESE! Where oh where is my MDS installation disk...I really need to get it reinstalled on my laptop.

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  4. Both projects are perfect for chasing away the winter blues! Great job!

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  5. Great cards and use of MDS, love them!

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  6. OMG! Your first card took my breath away! LOVE it!

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  7. Oh my gosh, I looked at that paper and thought to myself, "I don't remember seeing that color in the stack when I went thru it tonight, I love that color." Your card is beautiful.

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  8. Way to represent MDS!! How fun that you changed the background paper color AND you made your own. You're good... ;)

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  9. Pretty cards!! I have to learn how to do MDS!!

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  10. Very cute poem! I love that! And it's perfect for our flower theme! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  11. What a great way to showcase our MDS! I love how you changed the colors and personalized it to your project.

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