Our Next Stamp May 2016 Blog Hop

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Hello everyone!!  Yayyy, I love this blog hop featuring new products from Your Next Stamps makes squeal!! LOL!!

This release is super cute!!  Yesterday’s sneak peek was fun.

If you’ve been hopping along, you would have arrived from Laura’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 Tracey’s blog.

My favorite set from this release is the Wedding Bliss stamp set! The wedding dress is so pretty.

Are you ready for my big reveal?

Take a look at my cards:

Happy Wedding (YNS)

YNS Supplies: Wedding Bliss

Other Supplies: Gansai Tambi Starry Colors Watercolors, Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper, Ranger Archival Black Ink, Stampin’ Up! Rhinestone

I simple used Champagne Gold and Red Gold to watercolor the dress.  Nice and simple.

Mr & Mrs True Love

YNS Supplies: Mr. & Mrs. Stamp Set, Mr. & Mrs. Die Set

Other Supplies: Recollection White Heavyweight Cardstock, Recollection Black Heavyweight Cardstock, Versafine Black Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, We R Memory Keepers 3D Embossing Folder Dotted

This card was simple to make as well.  There was some embossing, die cutting and stamping in one color. I love the black and white look.

So, what do you think?  I had so much fun creating these cards 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 May 4th.  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!!

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Thanks for stopping by!!

~Kymona

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61 thoughts on “Our Next Stamp May 2016 Blog Hop

  1. Your water color technique on the wedding dress card is so beautiful. Love that you used brown to give it that “antique” effect. Plan on trying this myself

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