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6.08.2011

SP and Co June Blog Hop - Day 2



Welcome to Day 2 of the SP and Company Color Hop! Today we will be showcasing projects by:

Ivette
Jen <----You're here
Kate
Mistyrose


If you have arrived here from Ivette’s blog, you're on the right track! If you get lost or want to start over, our Color Hop starts at Sami's blog.

Each month, the SP and Company Design Team will give you sneak peeks of new releases and projects from the 1st to the 6th and then, from the 7th to the 10th, we do a Color Hop using SP and Company products.

This month's color is Lime Green. Not only does the Design Team get to play with this color, but YOU do too! After you're done hopping around today, make sure you play along with this month's challenge for a chance to win some awesome SP and Company prizes!

The challenge is simple! Create a project using the color Lime Green. Your creation can be monochromatic (different shades of lime) or just mainly focus on lime. Please make sure that this month’s color is used in most of your project. It is not a requirement to use SP and Company stamps for this challenge, but we’d love it if you do! You can link up your project on the Scrapmaster’s Blog HERE. You have until the 15th of the month (11:59 pm EST) to enter. One random participant will win an SP & Company stamp set of their choice.

Make sure to leave comments for all the blogs along the way because there will be random prizes selected from all of the blog hop participants. The more you participate, the more chances you have to win!

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This month I'll be focusing on the Kokimo Background stamp. This stamp is extremely versatile, and can be stamped repeatedly to create a large pattern.

I stamped the background with lime green ink (oh my, it looks radioactive! I love it....), and layered a simple sentiment on top, adhered with foam tape.



And below is the stamp I used, which can be found at the SP and Co store.



The next designer today is Kate. Please visit her HERE. Thanks for stopping by!

16 comments:

  1. Hi Jennifer,

    I love the simpicity of your seet creation... your work is really amazing...TFS!!!!

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  2. gorgeous! Love the pop of lime!

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  3. Beautiful job Jen! CAS and just wonderfuL!

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  4. Really Pretty. I just love how that background turned out.

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  5. Very cute card girl.. great used of this background stamp.. super..

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  6. So pretty Jen, your cards are always so stunning. LOVE clean and simple.
    Hugs,
    Samantha

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  7. Wow! Jen your card is beautiful!!! very simple but pretty!!
    blessings,
    Patty

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  8. very simple, but pretty, card

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  9. I love how you put all the colors of the ribbons and paper matching. That is a really nice card.

    Good Job!

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  10. So simple and so elegant. I love it.

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  11. I love how you made this card!!!

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  12. Nice card. Thanks for sharing.
    Patti
    lilbitee1971 at hotmail dot com
    www.shortnscrappy.com

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  13. Gorgeous card! Love the stripes.

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  14. I really love that stamp! And the lime ink (it does look radioactive)! What are the strings - twine, yarn?

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  15. Very nice card...I love the cleanness of it! TFS!

    nanettemtatyahoodotcom

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