Friday, November 6, 2015

SERENDIPITY STAMPS~NOV BLOG HOP

Welcome to Serendipity Stamps November Blog Hop. Each month there is a NEW release with stamps and dies. We love sharing with you our designs created using these new products! All that you will be seeing on the hop is available for purchase now. Everything can be found in the, "Whats New?" section at Serendipity.
Play along by leaving comments on all the blogs for a chance to win a Serendipity $20 Gift Certificate.
You can leave comments through Sunday November 8th. Mary will post the winner on her blog Monday November 9th.

Special: Buy 3, Get the 4th (least expensive item) FREE!
Offer good through Friday November 6 through Sunday November 8

The stamp of the month is
 Skating Snowman


You should be arriving here from the fabulous
JULIE WARNER



I love gingerbread cookies and these adorable Boy and Girl stamps are perfect for holiday giving, no calories! They were heat embossed in white and their trimmings were paper pieced.  Have a Merry little Christmas was stamped in Poppy Red.



The Christmas Tree Farm was colored with Zig Watercolor Brushes. I have added a dusting of Bo Bunny Glitter Paste for the sparkle. (My new Favorite!)

If you are following the hop your next stop is the very talented
MARYBETH LOPEZ

Her's a full list of the hop:



Thanks for looking and enjoy the hop!


  • Stamps: Serendipity-941E Girl, 940E Boy, 1377 Have Yourself, 1375 Christmas Tree Farm
  • Inks: MFT- Poppy, Memento- Tuxedo Black
  • Papers: Neenah 110, Bazzill, Taylored Expressions-Build a Scene Christmas
  • Other: Bo Bunny-Glitter Paste-Sugar, Nested fancy Frame Dies, Versamark, detailed white-ep, Zigs, 3M foam tape 

21 comments:

  1. I love the gingerbread people! The tree farm stamp is very pretty. Great coloring!

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  2. Beautiful cards Karen! The first one is adorable and the tree farm card is beautiful with the patterned paper and coloring you did. I just used that stamp this morning and I love it!
    Hope all goes well tomorrow at the store!

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  3. Your little gingerbread boy and girl look good enough to eat! And your Christmas Tree farm card is so pretty and yet clean and simple too! Just a few bits of color - love it!

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  4. These are gorgeous! I love your work

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  5. Cute gingerbread cookies! But oh how I love the tree farm card! The coloring is great.

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  6. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. I love the sweet gingerbread people and dividing the area with those beautiful bows was a fabulous idea. The second card's image is beautifully colored and I LOVE the plaid paper you chose to back the image. I also love the dimension you achieved on both cards. Well done.

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  7. Karen, such fabulous cards. Love the new stamps.

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  8. Great cards. Especially love the tree farm.
    Gilda (McStamper) gildamc@hotmail.com

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  9. Love, love, love the farm house scene.

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  10. The winter scene is beautiful.
    Love the little gingerbread people.
    thanks for sharing some wonderful cards.

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  11. Oh the embossing on your gingies looks just like frosting.. the paper pieced embellishments make this extraordinary... and the colored up tree farm is gorgeous! Looks wonderful with the plaid pattern paper.

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  12. This Christmas tree farm card is adorable! I LOVE that pretty scene and the great coloring technique too!
    Beautiful!
    Take Care!
    Michele

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  13. Fabulous cards. Love your gingerbread peeps. TFS

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  14. Cute, cute gingerbread card ! Also love the Christmas tree farm stamp and the lovely card you created with it ! Thanks for sharing !!

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  15. Both cards are very holiday! Love that green and red ribbon with those adorable gingerbread!

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  16. Love your farm and the crisp fresh winter feel to it, but the gingerbread cookies are adorable!! The white on kraft is so like frosting details. Yum...if I weren't away from home, I think I'd be heading to the kitchen to bake a card-inspired coffee-time treat!!

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  17. I've just 'discovered' you from Jeanne's blog and oh my! How glad I am to have come for a visit because WOW! Your creativity and talent are outstanding! Your cards, here, are works of art. The gingerbread cookies are darling and your wintry tree farm scene touches a special place in my heart in reminding me of my grandparents farm where treasured memories were made. You've certainly sparked my festive spirit! Thank you...
    ~c (carol)

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  18. Your cards are both wonderful! Love the Christmas tree farm! Those gingerbread cookies are so yummy!

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  19. Adorable gingerbread cookie card and I like your coloring of the Christmas Tree Farm and the shape of the scene.

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  20. What a perfect way to use that gingerbread boy and girl!

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