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Friday, September 1, 2017

September New Release Hop!



Happy September Release Day!




We have 21 new stamps in the Technique Junkies line!

We are so thrilled with the new release we decided to do something extra special!

We will be choosing TWO lucky people who comment on this month's release hop - those two people will each win a $100 Technique Junkies gift certificate!!! 
The more you comment the more chances you have to win, so don't miss a single stop along the hop! Gift Certificate winners will be announced on September 5th.
Only one comment entry per blog please.


For my project I  thought it might be fun to mix a Christmas stamp with a Halloween Stamp from our amazing New Release, crazy right??

Maybe, but I do think these are pretty sweet Halloween invites!





Here is a better look at the stamps I used:

S765 Skull Frame


SDX105 Good Night

Your next stop is the super talented Cheri Weston!
Thank you so much for stooping by today!

 I hope that I have inspired you!! 
Have fun Hopping & Shopping!!


54 comments:

  1. Hah - out of the box use of the "good night" stamp for sure, but works. Love the skull cards. Really fun. Happy Hopping!

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  2. Way to go Lanette with a new way to use these skull stamps!

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  3. Your cards are just stunning! I can't decide if I like the red or white better, but either way, what a beautiful Halloween card!

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  4. Love the skull cards, clever use of "...and to all a good night"

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  5. What a great idea to use the "to all a good night" stamp for Halloween! I need to open my mind to see what stamps I can use in an unexpected way! Thanks for sharing

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  6. Really love these invites. The first one I believe is stamped on rose patterned paper, love that look! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes Lisa it's stamped and embossed on a sheet of red rose paper :)

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  7. Love these skull cards and each one looks different because of the different techniques you used!

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  8. Great cards thanks for sharing...

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  9. Wow, what fun! My eyes took in the sentiment first, and I was prepared for a Christmas card! Surprise!!! Love your creativitiy, Lanette!

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  10. oh my goodness!! I am in love, love, love with this stamp! great job and cool use of the sentiment!

    Alicia

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  11. Great cards but in a creepy way. HAHAHA (Love your sense of humour Lanette!)

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  12. Skulls are normally not something I would gravitate to, but I do love how you paired the sentiment with the skulls. I do like the way your mind works!

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  13. Great cards! I love how your mind thinks.

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  14. Your cards are perfect! I am in love with the scull! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  15. Okay. Scary. Works for me. I love doing Halloween cards.

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  16. Super-clever ways to use those stamps ... awesome.

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  17. Love how you used the Christmas stamp to make a very spooky Halloween card-very creative!

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  18. Love the first one with the pink/red and black.

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  19. Wow, Lanette! I particularly like your first card - the skull stamped on the rose paper - what an amazing effect!

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  20. Haha!!! Love the creativity of these cards! They are definitely one of a kind!! Super fun and clever!! Thanks for more great inspiration!! :)

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  21. Wow, what a great use of these fun skull stamps.

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  22. My SIL would love love love your cards- perfect image for her! Beautifully created!

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  23. very cool way to showcase this stamp, all unique and different.
    tfs,
    Karen

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  24. Squee!!! Your skull cards, are to die for!!

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  25. How clever! I wouldn't have thought to use the good night sentiment. Soooo spooky.

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  26. I have a friend who is a Halloween Junkie and she would adore this card for Christmas. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  27. Yikes--very scary! Not sure if I can sleep tonight.

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  28. I can practically hear the low-pitched bwaahahahahahahahaaaaaaaa coming from these creations! Ooooooohhhh ....
    ~Bev

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  29. Wow! So different and so spooky. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Awesome Skull Frame design! Love the cards you created!

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  31. Truly great use of one stamp shown in such different ways.

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  32. I'm not a Halloween fan but your techniques are great.

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  33. Fun idea of mixing the Halloween image with a Christmas sentiment...now why didn't I think of that! ;) Love your sample
    cards. So many new pretty releases and fun, fun, fun blog hop.

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  34. Your sample are pretty nice. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  35. Love the skully stamp and the way you creatively used it. Thanks for the blog hop and chance to win some great stamps.

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  36. How clever! I love your sense of humor and these Halloween cards. Nice to see one stamp used three different ways!

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  37. I really appreciate how you used the same image-the skull- and showed it with different colors and supporting images. I like having a stamp used in a variety of ways vs used just once and then put into storage. People ought to get their money's worth, so thank you for showing people what can be done.

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