Thursday, June 9, 2011

Mark's Finest Papers Blog Hop - Day Three

(IF you are looking for my CCEE Stampers and Stampin B's challenge cards, click HERE.  However, be sure to check out the blog hop here as well!!!)
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Hello! Welcome to the June 2011 MFP New Releases Blog Hop!

This week's new releases are: All Aboard, Poppies Poppies Poppies, Sand Surf Relax, and Floating Along.

For your convenience, all these sets are available TODAY at Mark's Finest Papers.

So, do you want to WIN today's Featured Stamp Set: Sand Surf Relax? (If you don't want to wait to win, you can always purchase the sets right away! We'll substitute a set from NEXT month's release if today's winner has already purchased this set!)


For your chance to win: Comment on the following Design Team members' blogs TODAY before midnight EDT. There will be ONE random winner chosen from the comments on today's Blog Hop blogs. That winner will win Sand, Surf, Relax. We will announce the winner's name on tomorrow's blog post.


The official stops on today's blog hop are listed below:

Emily
Nancyruth
Neva
Silvia
Faith
Claudine
Dawn
Marilynn
Patricia
Chrissy
Karen
Pam
Joanne (moi!)
Kittie
Sharon-Guest Designer for June
Mark’s Finest Papers

46 comments:

Liz Williams said...

Love that fabulous design you made on the first card by repeat stamping with that shell. Creativity just rushing in like waves! You are an amazing artist!

StampOwl said...

just what I needed to warm in up a little today!

Lagene said...

WOW! I love your pinwheel using sea shells! Beautiful!

Becky said...

Beautiful card, very creative.

Christine - Cndn Stamper said...

Cute cards. Love the pinwheel effect.

Tini said...

WOW-.-- your cards are so great!

Vicky Gould said...

Love your little windmill! Both cards are typical of you, Joanne - awesome!

Nancy said...

First things first...I love your cutie patooties, they're adorable. Oh your cards are great too, love the sentiment and coloring.

Connie said...

I like your kaleidescope/pinwheel Joanne! That DP on the second card is perfect also.
Connie

Marlena M. said...

I love that design you made with the shell...and that paperpiercing is amazing. ;)

Sue D said...

Great cards--I really like how you stamped the shells on the first card.

Benzi said...

A beautiful repeat of the shell, Joanne. It's fabulous. Love the dp on the second one.

Pam said...

Wonderful cards! I like how the first one looks like a pinwheel...perfect for a day at the beach!

Rosie said...

Great cards! Love what you did in the first one!

shellybob said...

LOVE anything beachy. Beautiful cards.

Carol L said...

Your first creation is such a fabulous way to use those shell images and I'm blown away!!! I love the layers of color on the 2nd card. Both are real gems today!

Sparkly Engineer said...

Both cards are waaaay kewl. The first one really rocks though. Love the pinwheel effect.

Designing with Debbie said...

Wow what cool cards. I love how you made a pinwheel out of the sea shells on the first card.

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

LOVE the beautiful design you made with the first card! :)

imastampin said...

Joanne, your creativity is amazing. I just love what you did with these stamps.

Becky Dunham said...

Great cards Joanne! That first one looks so complex but with this stamp set it is made simple :) Very creative! Love the stitching on the second one.

rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

Sarah said...

Awesome cards! Love the different techniques and the designs of both cards are very creative. Hugs, Sarah

Emily Keaton said...

Awesome designs for these cards, Joanne. I just LOVE your kaleidoscope pattern for the first one!

Janeen said...

wow, that is a great design with that shell!

Patricia said...

What an unique idea to use the shell stamp to make a pinwheel efect. I love the background paper with the diffent colors on you secound card. Great Job!

Colorado Crafter said...

Great cards!! Great stamp set!

Donna said...

I love the first card. Stamping the shell in a pattern changes it so much. Way to think out of the box!

dinosaur said...

Great idea with the pinwheel. Pretty cards!

Kristina said...

Joanne,
Love both of your cards very pretty! I really like how you did swirl w/ the first card.
Kristy

silvia-haynes said...

Pretty cards!

Winnie and Patty said...

Joanne--both of these cards are lovely but the first card is amazing!!!! I love the shells in the swirl pattern. Great job. TFS

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Ocean-themed stamps....I bet you instantly fell in love with this set! Beautiful cards, Jo!

Jeanne said...

Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing. I love the beach and seashells so this would be perfect!! Thanks for sharing.

Theresa said...

Your cards are amazing...so creative...Thanks for the inspiration of your designs.

schmidtrv said...

What great cards.Lovethe way you lay out the shells with a button & the secord card is designed good.
Vicky Schmidt

Nancy said...

Great cards! Thanks for sharing and inspiring us!

joycemc57 said...

Great card. I like the way you stamped the shells making it look like a flower.

Jenn said...

This card is so adorable! I love the LO! Really pretty! Thanks for the chance to win!

Fun Hop!!!
Jenn
www.jaxbeanstalks.blogspot.com

Lynn McAuley said...

Love these amazing designs, Joanne! What beautiful work with these stunning sea shells!!

jdmommy said...

Great design with the shells, and I love the simplicity of the 2nd!

Shirley said...

What a really creative and pretty way to do shells! A wonderful card! The DP on your second one is just perfect for the shell and the sentiment too!

MariLynn said...

Both are fantastic, but that first one with the repetative shells in a circle is amazing! Super creative!!!

Chrissy D said...

So cool! Love the pin wheel!

Chrissy D said...

Your second card is wonderful too - love the stitching on it!

Dawn Mercedes said...

oooh, what a clever idea to make the shells in such a pattern! wow!

Roxie said...

Very cool use of the image, both cards look great.