Wednesday, November 29, 2017

STAMPlorations Stencil Blog Hop featuring Sanna Lippert Designs!

Exciting news! 
The STAMPloration girls are celebrating Sanna Lippert's
launch of her very own stencil line with a

Of course, there will be prizes!
Here is some info you need to know:

  • Commenting closes on December 4, Monday
  • Prizes: (1) winner of $20 gift certificate, (2) winners of their choice of 3 Sanna Lippert Designs stencils
  • Winners will be randomly drawn from comments left on the STAMPlorations blog and participating designers blogs

Here are a couple cards I made using Sanna's stencils:

I'm so glad that Shery sent me this stencil, as it's my favorite of all Sanna's
stencils. I really wanted to showcase this amazing, intricate stencil, so I made a
very CAS card, letting the design do all the work.
I've used the Evolution Artplorations stencil for my background. I die cut a strip
of vellum using one of the Art Edges CUTplorations dies, and heat embossed
the sentiment from the Trendy Feathers 2 stamp set.

For my second card, I made a whimsical birthday card,
using Sanna's Flowers 2 Artplorations stencil, and the

Yay! You made it to the end! Now for a chance to win some
STAMPlorations goodies, simply leave a comment below!
Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a fantastic day!

First card:
STAMPlorations - Feathers 2 stamp set
ARTplorations - Evolution stencil by Sanna Lippert
CUTplorations - Art Edges die
Ink: Ranger DI - Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral; Memento - Tuxedo Black; VersaMark; Simon Says Stamp - Lipstick Red
CS: Strathmore Mixed Media paper; TE
Accessories: GC; Avery Elle - Double Pierced rectangle die; Recollections - vellum; Dylusions - white ink spray; WOW! - clear EP; heat gun; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares

Second card:
Stamps: STAMPlorations  - Faerie Door
ARTplorations - Flowers 2 stencil
Ink: Ranger DI - Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral; Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: Strathmore - mixed media paper; TE
Accessories: GC; Spectrum Noir markers; Avery Elle - Double Pierced rectangle die; Tattered Angels - Aquamarine Glimmer Mist; toothbrush; Wink Of Stella pen; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares


  1. Stunning projects :) love love love how you used the evolution stencil

  2. Wow amazing creations and showing off the fabulous stencils beautifully x

  3. Beautiful new stencils!!!
    Your cards are really adorable!!!

  4. Super bright and cheerful creations Chris. Love what you did with Sanna's stencils. Aren't they beauties!

  5. Both are so very gorgeous. I love the bright and bold colors and that first one really makes me feel cheerful with that funky design.

  6. Awesome, love the technique used ion first one, eye catching!

  7. fabulous cards, Chris!!! love the strong colors and the designs. I´ve so much enjoyed seeing everyones projects - you all made the stencils look sooo good <3 thank you!

  8. Your cards are so cute and colorful! I think my favorite is that fairy but I am loving that evolution stencil!

  9. TFS your fun and colorful stencil designs, Chris. Hugs..

  10. stunning pieces - thanks for sharing:)

  11. Very artsy cards! I especially love the fairy card and how you used the
    flower stencil - the perfect BG for the fairy.

  12. These two cards are great but the first one has my heart !

  13. Great colors and design on the first and cute fairy scene.

  14. These are awesome, Chris! So artsy. :)

  15. Fantastic work! I love the first one, so bright and awesome!

  16. Love the artsy look to these, Chris! That little fairy design is so adorable, and I love the colors you used on the first card, too. The blend of orange and yellow against the black is so striking!

  17. You have showcased the stencils brilliantly with these two fab cards! xxx

  18. Groovy looking first card!, love that stencil and the colors you used! cute fairy on the second card.

  19. Wonderful cards! I especially like the drama of the first card. TFS.


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