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2.10.2012

SP and Company February Release Blog Hop!

This month's color is Bright Red! After you're done hopping around today, make sure you play along with this month's Red challenge (click here for details) for a chance to win some awesome SP and Company prizes!

Join us for our Release Celebration that is happening today and tomorrow on the SP Forum HERE.  You can talk to all of the designers, discuss projects and chit chat with other stampers!

Don't forget that the random prize patrol is watching so leave a comment on every blog to be eligible for the prizes!!

Today, I'm featuring 2 of the new sets, Easter Bunny Sentiment, and Lucky Mini Set:



As you probably read above, the color theme for this blog hop is red.  It was so hard to try to use red on my cards!  The Easter sentiment makes me think of pastels, and the Lucky set NEEDS to be inked in green, right?  Well, I tried to get creative to get red to work, so here's what I made:




Make sure you check out the SP Blog to see what Samantha did with the new stamps! We also have the Stamp Team and the Challenge Team teaming up today to show you lots of amazing projects with the newest stamp sets!

Here is the list of designers that will inspire you today:

Chrissie
Lori
Amber
Britt
Vicki 
Kelli
Michelle
Stephanie
Patty
Bonnie
Susan
Tella

24 comments:

  1. Oooooh...Jen, these are AWESOME! Love the hearts in the shamrock! WTG girlie!

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  2. Love the cards! I especially love how you turned the shamrock into a valentine card - brilliant! The hearts are adorable in it!

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  3. Great cards and I love how you put the hearts in the shamrock and said Lucky in love. Adorable card!!

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  4. Awesome and awesome!!! I totally knew someone was going to use lucky with love! Great cards!
    Hugs,
    Samantha

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  5. Love what you did with both of these!! Awesome!
    -Kelli :)

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  6. Yeay!! I love these cards - especially the second one! It's so clever!

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  7. Lovin' your style, Jen! That Easter card is so sweet and I love (pun wasn't intended but I'll take it LOL!) your second beauty! The recipient will certainly be lucky to have it ;D
    Hugs!
    Aimes
    x

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  8. Beautifully done, Jen. I love your "outside the box" thinking.

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  9. This is cute. I like how you incorporated the hearts with the stamp.

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  10. perfect! I love how you HAD to use green and got away with red!!

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  11. Great cards! Like the way you used the hearts in the clover.

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  12. Way to go on the blog hop and these card are beautiful!

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  13. Great job with the cards! Why be conventional?

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  14. Bother cards are gorgeous! You did a fabulous job!

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  15. Great job using the red! There probably couldn't be a more difficult color to work with using these stamps! I also have the lucky stamp (that I forgot to use) and came up with the idea of turning it into a lucky in love sentiment.

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  16. These are some great cards and very creative uses of the stamps!!

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  17. Congrats on your magazine cover! I've been admiring that box....and great projects today, too!

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  18. what an adorable love card!
    congrats on being a "covergirl"

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  19. The 'Lucky in Love' card is VERY clever!
    Rae Ann O.
    http://joyinart.blogspot.com

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  20. Both cards are great! I can't decide which I like better.

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  21. Wonderful cards! Love the way you interpreted the stamps using the color read. Very clever with the clover! TFS!

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  22. Cute cards!! Love the way you worked in the reds!

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  23. Oh my I am loving all that you do ... too fun! That shamrock is the best. Loving the play on two holidays. And your sweet little birds for Easter, so cute!

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