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Giveaway Winner & More Inspiration
- New stamps by Graciellie Design -

Thanks for being part of our April release. We are delighted with all your comments and positive input on our new stamps! Today we have more inspiration for you. But first let's announce our giveaway winner...

April Release Giveaway Winner

Cheryl Quilts

(Please use the contact form so we can coordinate your prize.)

The designers created so many beautiful projects with our new stamps. Here I included a few new ones that you may not have seen yet...

Shabby Chic card by Lisa
Using Stamps from - True Direction -

Mixed Media card by Autumn
Using Stamps from - New Beginnings -

Canvas by Lee-Anne
Using Stamps from - Guide the Helm -

Mixed Media Journal Page by Riti
Using Stamps from - The Journey -

Dimensional Bouquet card by Donna Phelan
Using stamps from - Thoughtful Greetings -
 


Shabby Chic Tag by Karen
Using stamps from - In Its Time -

Make sure to click on the designers' names and take a closer look at their projects. We'll be back on May 1st. with a fantastic new release and giveaways (we'll have extra prizes). So mark your calendars and stay tuned!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Comments

  1. So happy that Cheryl is the winner this month! Cheryl's card designs with digital stamps are always amazing and I can't wait to see what she does when she gets her hands on some of these awesome images! Congrats!!! <3

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  2. Congratulations, Cheryl.....what a FUN Hop, thanks for letting me play along, Gracie! xo~

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  3. Congratulations to Cheryl!! Thanks for a fabulous hop, Gracie!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Oh my, I am so happy! Thank you, Gracie, for this wonderful prize!! I love this release and the beautiful flowers that the team has used so wonderfully! I am so excited - THANK YOU! Hugs!

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  5. Such gorgeous cards. Congrats to Cheryl!

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  6. Congrats to the winner!!! Love all the wonderful creations!
    Sherrie K

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