Your Next Stamp November 2015 Blog Hop


Hello everyone!!  Yayyy, my forth blog hop featuring new products from Your Next Stamps makes squeal!! LOL!!

I super doper love this release!!  Couldn’t you tell from yesterdays sneak peek?

If you’ve been hopping along, you would have arrived from Julie’s blog and if you’d like to start from the beginning, you can click on over to the linky at the bottom of this post and start at Anita‘s blog.

This new release is a continuation of our fabulous Christmas collection!! You will squeal for joy when you see the new stamps and dies!! My favorite set is Merry Chris-Moose! Can you tell from yesterdays sneak peek!

Are you ready for my big reveal?  I made two cards to inspire you!

Take a look at my card:

Joy to the World (YNS)

YNS Supplies: Sprinkles Spreading Christmas Cheer, Holly Jolly Sparkly Gumdrops

Other Supplies: Distress Ink Abandoned Coral, Copic Marker, Recollection Heavyweight Cardstock, Brother Scan and Cut, Stampin’ Up! Simply Scored, Versafine Ink, Clear Wink of Stella,

I’m back with these cute bunnies!!  I’m taking the new online card class called Holiday Style and Laurie Willison taught us how to have to create crisp texture and I knew I wanted to try it.  I love how those lines give the card texture but doesn’t over do it!!

To create this card, I used my Stampin’ Up! Simply Scored to add score lines to the front of my card stock. Then I used Distress Ink Abandoned Coral to add color to the top portion of my card. After that I stamped my sentiments and musical notes using Versafine Ink. After that I stamped my bunny and cut him out with my Brother Scan and Cut. I colored the image with my Copic Markers: C1, C3, R24, R29, R20, R17. Then I popped him up using Stampin’ Up! dimensions.  I added the new gumdrops to finish off the card.

Super cute and effective.

Take a look at my second card:

Winter Wonderland (YNS)

YNS: Word Critters-Winter Birds

Other Supplies: Versafine Ink, Brother Scan and Cut, Copic Markers, Pretty Pink Posh Peek-a-boo die

For this card, I used he Peek-a-boo die and cut a window in the center of my card front. Then I stamped my sentiment using the Versafine Ink under the window. Then I stamped, colored and used my Brother Scan and Cut and cut out the bird house and the birds.  I adhered my images with foam tape. Super easy to create.

So what do you think?  I had so much fun creating these boxes and card to inspire all of you and show you the versatility of the stamp sets! Which one of these items are favorite?  I would love to hear from you!

Be sure not to miss any blog along the way, because one lucky commenter will have a chance to win a $25 YNS gift certificate. Winner will be announced on the YNS blog on October 14th.  So don’t forget to leave a comment on each of the blogs participating in the blog hop.

Don’t forget to take advantage of the special promo code to get
20% off your entire purchase!!


I’m entering my card in Virginia View Challenge.

V. V. Challenge #20

Thanks for stopping by!!


40 thoughts on “Your Next Stamp November 2015 Blog Hop

  1. Awesome cards, Kymona!!! Love your idea with cutting a window in the centre of your card! Soo cool! Your first card is just wonderful – love the clean and simple look!!! 🙂

  2. I love that peek-a-boo card. I made something similar for Halloween. Everybody thought it was so cute. I’ll have to make this one and see what happens. The birds holding the flaps open is a fun idea. Love the bunny with his accordien.
    thanks for sharing some wonderful cards.

  3. Very wonderfully designed cards…the first one with the score lines looks like the music staff and the second one has a great interactive feature.

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