Friday, January 21, 2011

Karen Foster Design Sneak Peeks: Day 5

(sorry for posting so late today! i got one kiddo down for the count today with a migraine.)

Welcome to the final day of Karen Foster Design’s Sneak Peek Week.

Today – for the first time ever – we have an entire day of sneak peeks devoted to stamping! Five new sports themed clear stamp sets will be released at CHA Winter: Football, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, and Game Day. They join the Birthday, Holiday, Baby, and Cancer Survivor sets that were previously released. Today the team will be sharing scrapbook layouts, cards, and paper crafted projects using all of these sets.

i'm sharing the Cancer Survivor set here. i loved using this set mostly with my Versamark Watermark ink pad.

on this card i used it to add depth to the patterns already on the patterned paper, then layered on some stickers from the collection.

on this layout, i used the words from the stamp set to add a border across the bottom---again with the Versamark Watermark ink pad.


and on this layout, i used the stamps to reiterate the cardstock sticker "hope" title by stamping a repetitive image in a few shades of pink ink.

here's a full view of the stamp set these projects were made with:
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26 comments:

  1. lovely LOs. hope your child feels better soon...

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  2. great l/os

    hope your kiddo is feeling much better real soon!

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  3. What a fantastic stamp set to use

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  4. love your card and layouts!

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  5. Beautiful creations. I hope your little one feels better soon.

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  6. love how you layered the words. very pretty!

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  7. AWESOME Projects!! LOVE the Cancer Survivor Stamps! TFS! Have a GREAT Day,
    Me-Ma Kim

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  8. Fantastic projects & that's a wonderful set of stamps.

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  9. what an amazing line of paper

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  10. Sorry about your sick kiddo. That is a bummer. Love your projects and that layout is so touching and inspiring.

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  11. love the stamps.. and amazing line of paper--- just love it :-)

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  12. nice job, not an easy thing to scrap.
    Sandra ltb

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  14. Beautiful projects today. Such an inspiring collection.

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  15. beautiful layouts on a difficult subject - nice job!

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  16. wow those are fantastic layouts. I'd like to make a layout for my sil to put up in her house.

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  17. I see great possibilities with this set! LOVE IT

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  18. I love stamps! Great work with this set. It's a hard subject to scrap, and you did it wonderfully.

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  19. Tania, all your projects are fabulous!

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  20. Your layouts are gorgeous... very beautiful!

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

    ~Ola
    okj83 at live dot com
    zloe.blogspot.com

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