Hello! Welcome to the September 2011 MFP New Releases Blog Hop!
This week's new releases are:Autumn Glory. Boo To You, Covered Bridges, and Get Your Broom On.For your convenience, all these sets are available TODAY at Mark's Finest Papers.
So, do you want to WIN today's Featured Stamp Set: Autumn Glory? (If you don't want to wait to win, you can always purchase the sets right away! We'll substitute a set from NEXT month's release if today's winner has already purchased this set!)
For your chance to win: Comment on the following Design Team members' blogs TODAY before midnight EDT. There will be ONE random winner chosen from the comments on today's Blog Hop blogs. That winner will win Autumn Glory. We will announce the winner's name on tomorrow's MFP blog post.
Debbie That's me
Mark’s Finest Papers
WOW my first day on the blog hop, what a change of scenery for me. Usually I am going through the blog hop enjoying all the wonderful creations and loving the stamp sets hoping that I might win, but now I have the honor of creating with such a wonderful group of ladies and Markie. This month Mark's Finest Papers are releasing some AWESOME stamps so make sure you stop by the store for your opportunity to purchase any of theses stamps. Once you are done here make sure you stop by Mark's Finest Papers blog and comment so that you are entered to win the featured stamp set today http://marksfinestpapers.blogspot.com.
For my card today using Autumn Glory stamp set I chose to use a mustard cardstock for the base of my card. I stamped my image with black ink and colored with my Prisma colored pencils. Once my image was colored I cut it out and mounted it to a Olive Green die cut and topped the cut off with these wonderful Autumn gems. I mounted my designer paper from Paper Studio to the base of my card, but not before I added some neat Autumn ribbon from Paper Studio. Once my designer paper was mounted to my card I added my image that I mounted to my die cut and topped off the card with some leaves. The final touch I added a sentiment to the inside of the card. It's funny when ever I finish a card I show it to my husband and he always looks inside, but typically I don't put anything inside.