Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Skipping Stones Designs Blog Hop~

Hi everyone~Skipping Stones Designs is having a blog hop so they can show off their new stamp set called Breathtaking Butterflies :):):).  It is a beautiful set with four butterflies and six sentiment stamps.  Ten  stamps in the set.   This is the card I made ~

I  used My Mind's Eye, Jenni Bowlin Studios, Smooches, May Arts trim and the Breathtaking Butterflies by Skipping Stones Designs!!!

Gorgeous images!!! They stamp clean and give you a crisp image, just what you are looking for in a stamp!  We also used SSD #132 sketch, by Cyndi, for our card~

OK here is the list of girls on the hop~they have done some amazing cards with this set.  I hope you will hop all the way through and stop in and give Skipping Stones Designs a hi5 for such a great stamp set!!!


Stephanie Mino

Megan Aaron

Wendy Jordan

Pamela Young

Cyndi Bundy

JoAnn Valderama

* Connie Mercer *

Karen Baker

Katie Gehring

Jennifer Ingle

Just one more thing I want to mention~Skipping Stones Designs host  the usual Tuesday Sketch challenge and one random person who enters that wins a free stamp set (every week).  That's pretty cool!!!!
Have a great day and thanks for stopping in and I'll see ya soon!!!
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I have it on good authority that the work I have been doing for Jenni Bowlin Studios will be on the inspiration blog TODAY!!!! You have got to check it out~way cool!!!! :):):)

28 comments:

  1. This is GORGEOUS Connie!! LOVING the color combo and the butterflies!!!

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  2. Connie......All I can say is WOW, Chick-a-dee!!! Your card is just amazing! I love the hint of green in the butterflies and ribbon. So beautiful!

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  3. wow so pretty...great design...thanks for sharing.

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  4. Great card, I really like the papers and stitching!

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  5. Awesome card, Connie! I love the combination of papers!

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  6. WOW! Just wow! Love the combination of colors and elements!!

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  7. Those butterflies are so pretty and I love what you've done with them!

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  8. Wonderful work, Connie! LOVE your card with the adorable butterflies!!!

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  9. Such an elegant color scheme and mix of papers, Connie. I love this! Love the touch of green from the ribbon too. :)

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  10. Lovely stamp set and the black, white and cream is stunning!

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  11. Oh my goodness!! gorgeous card!!!!

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  12. such a classic card with the black and white pp.

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  13. Gorgeous, Connie. Love the card and especially the beautiful butterfly.

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  14. What a pretty and unique card, I so love the sketch you used.

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  15. I love the color combo you used on this card! Awesome...

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  16. Beautiful card! I really like the way the butterflies use similar colors as the rest of the design- they become more of it rather than bright accents against it.

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  17. Ooh, this card is beautiful, I love all your textures.

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  18. WOW!! This is stunning!!! Love the damask paper and your stitching. And of course, the butterflies.

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  19. Awesome card! Love your paper choices and of course that great new set!

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  20. Yum, Yum, Yum, this card is delicious. Connie it is my favourite colour combo on the blog hop. I love your butterflies. Cheers Linda

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  21. Ahhh, I love your black and whitepapers with that beautiful butterfly!

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  22. gorgeous card! love that paper!

    hugs

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  23. Beautiful, Connie! Congrats on the SSD guest designing and the JB blog! So fun!

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  24. SO pretty! Love the polka dot paper used in the background!
    lisa

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  25. beautiful! love the variety of patterns!

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