Topflight Stamps Birthday Blog Hop

Hello and welcome!!! It is Topflight Stamps 2nd birthday!  To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with up some of our favorite crafters to bring you a blog hop showcasing some of the fabulous products available from Topflight Stamps.   Please hop along with us all and show all of the crafters some love!

If you arrived here from the talented Annette Allen blog, then you are on the right track. If you arrived here on your own, then you will want to start at the beginning, the Topflight Stamp blog so that you don’t miss a thing!

Take a look at my mixed media bookmark and mini notebook:

Let’s take a look at my tags:

Create It Grunge

I created two tags that are similar but not quite. I used AALL & Create Create it Grunge stamp set to create both tags.

Let’s take a closer look:

For tag number one, I used a stencil and a baby wipe to create the grid look. I also used the dark paint more.

Create It Grunge

For tag number two, before adding gesso to the tag, I placed a couple of pieces of chicken wire like tape and painted right over it. The tape creates a different texture that looks fabulous.

Create It Grunge

Oversized tags are fun to make and I love grunge look of the stamp set.

Let’s take a look at my mini mixed media notebook:

Create It Grunge

I love this little notebook. It was so much fun painting with my fingers.  It’s not just the front that is decorated. Check out the back too.

Create It Grunge

For the cover I added a couple of glass beads and metal pieces to add character.

Create it Grunge

I even decorated the inside a bit.


I created a monoprint using Carabella Studio Letters stamp set. Then cut it out using my Cricut Maker.

Let’s take another look:

So what do you think?

What is a blog hop without amazing gift? Yayyy!!


Of course, it wouldn’t be a birthday celebration without prizes!  Topflight Stamps is giving one lucky winner a $50 Gift Certificate, and each stop on the hop has an additional $15 Gift Certificate up for grabs.  To be in with a chance to win, make sure to visit every stop on the hop and leave a comment by April 8th.

Winners will be announced on the Topflight Stamps blog on April 9th.  Good Luck!

Next Stop on this Blog Hop is the:

Ashlea Cornell

You do not want to miss out on her amazing creations!!

Just in case you lose your place along the way, here is the complete list of participants so that you can find your way back:

Topflight Stamps Blog

Sandy Allnock

Jenny Colacicco

Justine Hovey

Toni M Maddox

Kelly Martin

Annette Allen

Kymona Tracey ←you are here

Ashlea Cornell

Josefine Fouarge

Lisa Hoel

Laurel Beard

Ericka Strange

Ingrid Blackburn

Dana Joy

Amy Tsuruta

Lindsay Weirich


The discount will be 20% off all orders over $20 through the end of the month Sunday 31 March.   

Supplies used:

(Thank you so much for stopping by. Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you.  The Topflight Stamps products were given to me for this blog hop.  The other products were personally purchased. This post was not paid or sponsored.)

Create It GrungeLetters           Prima - Finnabair - Art Ingredients - Melange   Ranger Ink - Dylusions Paint - Bubblegum PinkRanger Ink - Dylusions Paints - Rose QuartzRanger Ink - Dylusions Paints - Laidback Lilac

Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Dylusions Ink Spray - Rose Quartz

Thank you so much for stopping by!

64 thoughts on “Topflight Stamps Birthday Blog Hop

  1. You are one creative artist. I love your funky style and every one of the products you created. Do you have a YouTube channel? I’d love to hear your voice as you walk me through the process. I’m going to check out your archives right now.

  2. Pretty, pretty colors! I like how you’ve left space unpainted too — adds to the grunge look. I never thought to use chicken wire as a stencil (at least that’s what I think you did). Good idea, nice result!

  3. Love the tags. Mixed media is so pretty . I see some inner soul in it. that is the best thing for media designs you can put your feelings in them . really love your little note books. Do you put designs inside as well. Need to see more of these. Thanks for sharing have a blessed week.

  4. Amazing how a little bit of something that would usually not belong turn out to belong very well! Very cute tags and I love the tiny booklet!

  5. Amazing how a little bit of something that normally does not belong can belong and look really great. I like your tags and really like the little booklet.

  6. These are so pretty. I like the grunge look but have a hard time getting balance of all the choices. I appreciate your sharing your designs. They’re so good. Ty

  7. I just love the messy freeness of the tags…wish I could just let go and create this way but…never seems to flow from me. I get all tied up in making it neater! beautiful…..

  8. Love the mixed media looks of your tags & the bold colours you’ve used. Your notebook is a great idea & the colours you used inside on the heart are so very pretty. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. Oh my I love that grunge flower and the whole stamp set. Makes me want to create. I love your style and the cute embellishments for the cover of the notebook! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Kymona – those projects ROCK! Great, two new Dylusions colors I DON’T own…lol – yet! I have been wanting to try those textured plates for forever with my gel plate. LOVE, love LOVE that little notebook – pure genius. The tags rock too. You make me want to go hit the craft table….lol! 🙂

  11. Love, love, love this “grunge” look. Have not tried it yet, but I should, because I really like the look of it! Thanks for sharing.

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