Welcome to the One Stamp At A Time Blog Hop! I am so excited that you stopped by The Creativity Cave! Thanks for joining us for some fantastic fun and fabulous stamping!! Whether you've come from my pal Justin's fabulous blog or this is your first stop, I am thrilled to have you here! Our theme this month is Summer Lovin, and at my house that means MOTORCYCLE LOVIN! :)
So I decided to combine this month's Paper Pumpkin kit with the stamp set, One Wild Ride, from the new catalog and I LOVE how it turned out! The best part is that Paper Pumpkin is going on a SHORT FLASH SALE so scroll down for the deets!!
The paper pumpkin kit is super awesome! It has fantastic cards that are perfect for the masculine card that you need (the set that comes in the kit has all your bases covered, word-wise!)
You can see how cool the corrugated paper looks behind the laser cut card, and I think the motorcycle looks fantastic on top of that! I paired the motorcycle image (cut with the new ovals framelits) and the banner is fantastic!
The inside is stamped with the set from the Paper Pumpkin Kit (and the Route 66 is from the One Wild Ride set). PERFECT! Check out the video for why I need a Motorcycle Card for Father's day! I think my husband is going to love it!
I also love the fact that Paper Pumpkin is on sale today!!! Starting at 5pm MT time. Remember, when you sign up for Paper Pumpkin through The Creativity Cave, you'll get a free project tutorial with alternative project ideas for each month's kit including 10-12 project sheets complete with directions! Click on the banner below to take advantage of this awesome FLASH sale!! You can cancel your subscription at any time but when you see all the awesome ideas, you are going to be hooked! It also makes a fantastic gift, too!
Also, Make sure to order your New Catalog Product Shares! You can see all the details by clicking on the photo. Still time to get in on the first round!
Again, I think this is a fantastic kit for anyone! Whether you've been stamping for years or you are brand new this is a great kit and if you like the concept, make sure you get the Watercolor Wishes kit, too (unless you've already got it!)
Thank you so much for stopping by The Creativity Cave! If you have loved these projects and can't wait to get some of the things I've used, I would be so grateful if you would purchase them through my online store! Every time you order through The Creativity Cave, my heart soars, and I think of more ways to inspire you through my awesomeness and amazing stamping projects! I would really appreciate your business! It helps keep amazing projects coming to you every week! I have a fantastic VIP Rewards program for you with all kinds of perks including access to my VIP Rewards Page with exclusive projects, videos, tutorials, contests and more! Remember to "allow demonstrator to contact me" so I can give you access to the VIP Rewards perks! I also love to send Thank You Cards for orders!! You can read about the VIP Rewards pogram here. Don't forget to use JUNE's Hostess Code: QPUNDSEN.
It means so much to me that you let me into your craft rooms and devices! 😉 I love that I can share my passion with you! Could you also please share my post on your favorite Social Media! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT–I am so grateful for each of you!! Happy Stamping!
Thanks so much for stopping by, please continue on to the amazing Kim's blog! I can't wait to see what she has planned!
- Dena Plummer Rekow <———You are Here!
11 thoughts on “OSAT Blog Hop: Summer Lovin!”
Wow Dena! You are full of fabulousness with this! LOVE it!
Great take on using the Paper Pumpkin!!!
Love this!!! I have this stamp set on my want list!!
I love the corrugated paper!
Its a great set, Mindy!
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I am such a fan!! I am so-so new in this amazing stamping/card making world and I am in love! So hard, that I have, of course, gone through each and every phase of it: sleepless nights of watching You Tube tutorials, hoarding on Pinterest, being depressed as result of comparison with other(so old in business) card makers and “deciding” that “I would never ever be capable to be doing all those amazing things”; shopping for so many things that I often ended up by not using them or ordering them without knowing how to use them or not having any idea how big they are or how to integrate them in a project.I am now continuing with trying to hold on to some amazing card makers out there, including yourself” and started to take “one stamp at a time”. And that’s how I decided to poke my nose into the comments and actually to write one. Because I am a secret admirer and because your mantra is perfectly expressing my fears :).So, “one stamp at a time”. I have to confess though that is sooooo hard to actually put your hands on a project and put aside the comparison, the research, the “how to” and “what if I cannot do it?….THE SAME AS GOOD”. You probably know… all that jazz that I have found while researching (thanks God, what a relief!) that many others have been through. My creative journey started quite a while ago when I educated myself in using Photoshop and after a few years, when I became quite confident, I somehow, along the way, dropped it. Life took over and now I am finding myself going back to my very first love: paper and all things related(office supplies, colors, patterns,etc). Sorry for the long(est) comment. Shortly, just wanted to thank you for the anonymous help that you provide with each and every post/video/demonstration. Best thoughts. Carina
Very cool use of Paper Pumpkin with a new stamp set!!
What a PERFECT pairing! LOVE IT!
Dena, I love how you used the Paper Pumpkin Kit and made it your own with the Born to Ride stamp set. Your husband is going to love the card! I’m so excited to be participating in the OSAT Blog Hop. (Sorry I’m commenting late but I’ve been traveling since Thursday evening).
Love how you used that Paper Pumpkin with the new stamp set.
Thanks so much, Marisa!!
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