Saturday, July 20, 2013

IBS July Blog Hop - Two Sketches!!!


Each month on the 20th, Inspired by Stamping is having a blog hop featuring a different technique, idea or color combination! Its also a great way of creating with your new stamps from our latest release!

Our hop will last for a total of 2 weeks! Plenty of time to create!

At this time ALL products (stamps, paper, dies) are welcomed with our challenge. You do not have to incorporate an IBS stamp set or flowers. If you do however incorporate an IBS product, you may be featured on our FB page and pinned to our Pinterest Board!

This month we have two sketches!
you all know i love sketches :)
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sketch 1
IBS stamps used:

sketch 2
IBS stamps used:

Come play along for your chance to win!!! 

13 comments:

Sherry Eckblad said...

Both cards are wonderful Rose. My favorite is that first one with that big flower.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wowwwwwwwww! These are gorgeous!! I love love love that sunflower!!!!

jessica said...

Totally AWESOME cards my friend! LOVE the papers and the fab take on the sketches!!
Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT weekend!

Benzi said...

LOVE that sunflower and the octagons are always so fun. Plus, I love browns. Beautiful cards!!!

Sparkly Engineer said...

These country cards are the best. I especially like that Sunflower - wow

wendipooh13 said...

wonderful cards!!! Way to go girlie!! hope your having a great trip!!

Ashley Horton said...

Love both of these Rose!! Your cards are always fab!

Tenia Nelson said...

Gorgeous cards, Miss Lady! :)

Barb Murphy said...

beautiful indeed! your coloring is fabulous. your takes on sketches is always awesome!

Camille Short said...

Love the sunflower - but the colors of the second card are just grand!

Calypso's Crafts said...

Rose, these cards are beautiful! I envy your creative eye and your ability to create beautiful cards.

Tina said...

Both cards are so pretty, but that sunflower really steals the show.

Leah said...

So pretty Rose! I love what you did with the hexagons and the black is so dramatic.