Friday, January 28, 2011

CHA Release Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Your Next Stamp CHA Release BLOG HOP!

We are so excited here at YNS because Karen has taken YNS to CHA for the very first time! That's right, as you are reading this Karen will be at Winter 2011CHA at booth #4518! WOO-HOO!!

So to celebrate this event, YNS is releasing some fab new YNS stamps just in time for CHA. You may have caught a sneak peek of some of them last week over at the Scrapbook & Cards Today blog, but today you get to see all 9 World Kids stamps plus a fabulous new Celebrate Collection from HR Designs and
7 new mini stamps. These new stamps are available to buy right now from the Your Next Stamp store along with all your YNS favorites.

Of course we couldn't let this release pass by without having a fun blog hop! We also have 4 fabulous guests joining us for our hop - the amazing Tori Wild, Cindy Haffner, Carole Burrage and Maylee Pham!

If you would like to participate in the hop and you didn't arrive here from Maylee's blog, please CLICK HERE to return to the start of the hop at Kerri's blog, as you don't want to miss these fab new releases!

The hop starts today (28 January 2011 at 08:00 EST) and ends on 2 February 2011at midnight EST.
As always here at Your Next Stamp, we have a wonderful prize for you to win! One lucky winner will be drawn at random from the links in the linky list to receive your choice of 3 of the new World Kids stamps!

You will see that every stop along the hop has a linky list - this is the SAME linky list posted on every blog, so that you can enter the prize draw from any stop (although we hope you will visit all the blogs on today's hop!). The linky will update itself on everyone's blog when a link isentered - how cool is that? Please remember to only enter your name ONCE into the linky list during the hop - you do NOT need to enter your name at every stop and multiple entries will be removed. It's not a requirement for you to comment at every stop along the hop to be eligible to be entered into the prize draw, but the DT would sure love to hear what you think of their new release creations!

Karen is also running some special bundle promotions, so be sure to hop on over to the YNS store once you've finished the hop. If you order all 9 World Kids stamps in one bundle, you will save 15% over the cost of buying them individually!

So onto my blog hop creation! For my card I used the Dutch World Kid. I knew there was a reason I had been hanging on to this K & Co. tulip paper from several years past. It worked perfectly with the Dutch girl.

For this side view I removed the bow so you could see the tulips in her hand. I like it better without the bow.


For this card I used Heather's (HR) pinata, banner, and confetti from the Celebrate Collection.
Here are close-ups of the pinata, banners, and confetti to which I added Stickles and Glossy Accent.


Here is a complete blog hop list in hopping order:


So now it's time for you to hop on over to Maureen's blog as she is the next stop on our hop, but I'd love it if you left me a comment before you go!

Thanks so much for hopping with us today! I hope you enjoy our new release!

Hugs, LC


20 comments:

Crystal said...

I JUST LOVE how you used these images Linda, That dutch girl is sooooo perfectly done, the papers are brillant..and how fun is your second card fun and cheerful colors!! CUTE!

Beth aka BR-T said...

Linda I love these cards the floral backdrop on the Dutch girl is perfect and the Birthday card is rockin my world with the vivid colors and fantastic paper! WOW!!!

Karen (Your Next Stamp) said...

I too just love it when I find the perfect image to match paper I've been hoarding in my stash! I love your sweet Dutch card and the vibrant colors on the birthday card are so FUN!

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

That tulip paper couldn't BE more perfect!!! Both cards are so beautiful. The pinata is so fun and festive!!! Awesome job Linda!!

Alyssa S said...

What beautiful cards! Love that you actually had some tulip paper...how cool is that?!?! Totally adore the pinata card! So bright, cheerful and fun!

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Anne Marie said...

Super cute cards love the dutch girl card forsure!

Ciacchina said...

belle cards!

Maylee said...

What a cute tulip themed card and the pinata one is so fun!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What gorgeous projects Linda!! I just love your coloring of the Dutch girl in the pinks and your layout!! That is one of my fave images since my parents both immigrated from the Netherlands and it is a part of my heritage.

Your second card is so fun and cheerful!! Gorgeous layout and details on both!
hugs,
Chris

JLJ Designs said...

Beautiful cards!

Jennifer

Wanda G (stampcat) said...

Hi Linda! Happy weekend! SUCH great cards! Love love love the little pinata one! So cute and your coloring is great. Talk to you soon. :-)

Kerri said...

Your Dutch girl is soooooo SWEET!!! I LOVE the beautiful colors and coloring! Your second card is so fun and festive! Just perfect with those images! Awesome creations woman:)

Debc06 said...

Wow i love your little Dutch girl. I like it better without the bow too.
Debbie
http://craftywizard.blogspot.com
debbie_craine at hotmail dot com

Vaktmästarn said...

Love the colour schemes on both of your cards! Happy is the word that comes to mind.

Outi x

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cabio's craft corner said...

These cards are so cute Linda. Love the blend in tone of the first soft pinkish red card with the precious image and the bright and cheerful coloring on the second one. Both are sweet!!
Hugs,
Cabio

Vicki C said...

You do such gorgeous work coloring LInda! Both these cards are just adorable!

carole (TruCarMa) said...

I can't believe I missed this one! Glad I came by this a.m., because I am in LOVE with your pinata card -- can't believe you made that bg paper! The little Dutch girl is oh-so-sweet,too. :) Hope you're staying warm!

Pam S. said...

I have some of this older tulip paper too Linda! Fabulous what you created! They'd love it here in the middle of "dutch" country! Tulip time is BIG!
Pam Going Postal