The “Blooming” Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

Hello, hello and hello again!

How are you all today? Hope things are swell!

Today, I’m taking part in the “Blooming” Technique Tuesday blog hop with TT’s Stamping Techs.

We are sharing with you projects we made with some of TT’s newest flower stamps. You can find them all in the Nature section of Technique Tuesday’s Web site.

So, with that, meet today’s card and my project for the hop!

The flower is from TT’s Romantic Rose stamp set. I have been using this stamp a lot and coloring the flower red and pink so I decided to live on the edge a little by color it purple. Gotta be wild sometimes, right? ;)

The words are from TT’s Bring on the Sun by Ali Edwards stamp set.
Be sure to check out the blogs of everyone taking part in today’s blog hop:

From the comments received on all the blogs, we will pick one lucky person to win Technique Tuesday’s Carefree Cosmo stamp set.

You don’t need to comment on all the blogs to be eligible to win. But the more comments you
leave, the more chances you have to win!
Comments must be posted by midnight on March 29th. The winner will be announced on March 30th sometime on the Technique Tuesday blog.
Thanks for stopping by!

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39 thoughts on “The “Blooming” Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

  1. So pretty, Teri!! Love the papers you chose with your purple beauty!! And I love your blog header… I thought I was lost for a second! :)

  2. Fabulous! Love purple and green together although I don’t use the combo much. The little corner leaf just ‘teases’ the eye so you get the full deal!!!

  3. I love the purple and the contrast between the darker purple and the kraft/light yellow grid patterned paper. Very pretty! Love these stamps!

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  6. Love the purple – really like how you used the purple on the flower and then put the purple strip at the bottom with the pearls!

  7. So rich and beautiful! Olive and purple are great together. I had a striped tank top in ’87 that were those colours and it was my favourite :)

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