#spreadjoynotgerms Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to our stop on the #spreadjoynotgerms mega blog hop! You should have arrived from Jen Carter’s blog. We are so excited to be one of the many sponsors on this hop.

During these crazy and uncertain times, I think we all need a little pick me up so I hope you’ve been enjoying all of the beautiful inspiration from this hop. In addition to eye candy, there are prizes from 31 sponsors including a $20 gift certificate from our shop (applicable to our stamps, dies, ink and gilding)! Scroll down for more prize info or head over here or here for full details of this hop.

For my card today, I used our new *patent pending* Strategic Marker Grouped Layering Morning Glory Cheer and Easy Expressions stamp set!

Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more inspiration! I update our channel on a weekly basis!

Both stamps were designed using our new patent pending grouped layering technology. All you have to do is choose your inks, line up the strategic markers on each layer and stamp away! The layering is effortless and quick! Then cut out all the images at once, in one single pass using the coordinating die.

For my morning glories I used our Peony Collection, Citrine Collection and Crystal Garden Collection (plus Basil Mojito Ink) layering inks. For my sentiment, I used our Caviar Hybrid (non staining) and Cosmopolitan Pink Hybrid inks.

I used the Sending You a Smile sentiment from our new Easy Expressions set.

For my background, I stamped our Mini Dots cling background stamp onto an A2 white cardstock panel using our Caviar Hybrid ink. This is one of my favorite background stamps because it’s neutral, subtle yet so chic and modern.

Once everything was stamped and die cut, I popped up all the florals, leaves and sentiment to complete my card!

PRIZES: There are 31 Sponsors including our $20 gift code to our shop. The prizes will be randomly drawn from all the blogs and all the comments. Deadline to enter is April 24 for prizes. Winners will be announced on Monday, April 27 on Catherine and Alexandra’s blogs.

Thanks for stopping by! The next stop on this hop is Nanette Tracy.

188 thoughts on “#spreadjoynotgerms Blog Hop

  1. Lynn Hill says:

    I love that Easy Expressions set of sentiments. It’s such a neat way to add a sentiment to cards. And, you can print them all at once and have them available for when you need them too!! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Kathy Dippner says:

    Wow!! I love this! I’ve heard of your company but haven’t looked at your website. I’m going to bookmark it and take a look. I need some of these flower and sentiment stamps. Thank you for sharing and being a sponsor.

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  3. Lisa Bzibziak says:

    This is so beautiful! Love those flowers and feel like I need to give them a try! And those sentiments… love that they have dies!

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  4. Jenny N says:

    Wow, making it so easy to create a beautiful card. The Easy Expressions is definably on my need list. Thanks for sharing on this wonderful blog hop.

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  5. TracyM #6773 says:

    GORGEOUS morning glory flowers and BEAUTIFUL card!
    WOW – these flowers are WONDERFUL and you make these CHEERY blooms look so easy to make 🙂
    Thank You for sharing, INSPIRING and sponsoring!

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  6. Susanbcards says:

    What a genius idea to have markers on the stamps! Lining up each flower individually by petal really gets old, so this is a game changer!

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  7. My Kraft Kloset Kim Klinkovsky says:

    Gorgeous products! I have loved watching you color for a while now…just amazing! Really beautiful and inspiring! What a wonderful hop! Thanks for the inspiration!

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