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October Blog Hop #1 Winner!

Congratulations to our October #1 blog hop winner Ionabunny!   You won our random drawing for a a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Email me at serendipity@serendipitystamps.com to find out how to claim your prize.

This is a card that’s been stewing in my brain for months.   Actually it’s what I had in mind when I asked Judy to draw an “Open Book” image.   I adhered a page from an old book to some re-purposed label stock (does anyone else save all those label stock receipts from the pharmacy, amazon etc?) to give it heft, stamped and then fussy cut the Open Book and adhered it to kraft stock cut die cut with the PPP Stitched Borders 3 die.  For the butterflies I adhered a page from a book to the back side of some Bo Bunny stickers from our Designer Paper Combo, punched them out with a butterfly punch, folded them, and adhered them to my card – some print side up, some sticker side up.   I decided to wait to add a sentiment until I was ready to mail the card.   Some options would be Let Your Dreams Soar, Make A Wish, or our Uplifting Words Cling Stamp Set.

 

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October Blog Hop No. 1

Welcome to the October Blog Hop No. 1!   We have 2 blog hops each month – on the 1st and 3rd Wed.   This month, Serendipity’s designers show off their take on the designs featured in the October Design Sheet and also on other new stamps and dies I just added to the What’s New section at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Click this link to display and print our October Design Sheet.

Win!  Win!  Win!
Ready to hop?  As you visit the designers below, be sure to leave comments!  Monday morning I’ll pick one comment from one blog to win a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.  Check back in here to find out if you’re the lucky winner.

Serendipity Stamps (you’re here!)

Beth Chiu

Carol Mayne

Patti Kehl

Julie Warner

Marybeth Lopez (Marybeth is off this week!)

Miriam Napier

Vickie Zimmer

Stamp of the month – 50% off our Autumn Chair.

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Blog Hop Winner!

Congratulations to our September #2 blog hop winner Sue LD!   You won our random drawing for a a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Email me at serendipity@serendipitystamps.com to find out how to claim your prize.

The cards that I enjoy creating most are the ones that aren’t really for any specific holiday or special occasion.   They are the ones that get tucked away for that day when you think “Oh!   I have the perfect card for her (or him, or them).”  Here are some of those types of cards from our design team.

Above Birgit Edblom used our new Birds Looking Up and Branch dies with our Make A Wish cling stamp set to create this whimsical card.   Below, Miriam Napier used our Leaves Reverse Die and our Uplifting Sentiments stamps for the inside and outside of her pretty autumn card.

 

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September Blog Hop

Welcome to the September Blog Hop No. 2!   We have 2 blog hops each month – on the 1st and 3rd Wed.   This month, Serendipity’s designers show off their take on the designs featured in September Design Sheet and also on other new stamps and dies I just added to the What’s New section at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Click this link to display and print our September Design Sheet

Win!  Win!  Win!
Ready to hop?  As you visit the designers below, be sure to leave comments!  Monday morning I’ll pick one comment from one blog to win a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.  Check back in here to find out if you’re the lucky winner.

Serendipity Stamps (you’re here!)

Beth Chiu

Carol Mayne

Patti Kehl

Julie Warner

Marybeth Lopez

Miriam Napier

Vickie Zimmer

Stamp of the month – 50% off our Rake.  This is such a versatile stamp!   Easy to color (as you see above), but also wonderful as a background image as you see below along with our Oak, Maple, and One Falling Leaf images.

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Halloween Cards!

I added loads of Halloween cards to the Serendipity Stamps Pinterest Boards!  Hear is just a sample of what you’ll see when you visit our Halloween board.  Above, Marybeth Lopez used our Ghost With Lamp and a bit of fussy cutting.   (Background die unknown).

Above, Kecia Waters used our Kitty and Jack and Boo Large ($1 sale!) stamps.

And above, you see our fantastic Owl Die and Boo die to make a fun tag for your Halloween treats!

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September #1 Blog Hop Winner!

Congratulations to our September #1 blog hop winner Anita In France!   You won our random drawing for a a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Email me at serendipity@serendipitystamps.com to find out how to claim your prize.

This is such a fun stamping season!   So many events coming up to make cards for!   Halloween, Thanksgiving, and just celebrating the beautiful season of fall.   Above is a beautiful card from DT Alumni Jenny Gropp.   Jenny used our Acorns Cling Set. with simple monotone colors.   Below, DT Alumni Pauline Pollington used our Kitty & Pumpkin and Trick or Treat stamps.

 

 

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Cards in Autumn Gold

Did you see our blog hop yet?   If not, scootch down to the post below after you take a minute to admire these beautiful cards!

Just a quick post to remind us all how beautiful and effective GOLD is!   Remember the magic of gold embossing powder?   And so quick and easy!   On the card above Marybeth used our Autumn Die and our Twig Wreath Stamp.

On the card above Marybeth used our Wheat Sheaf and We Give Thanks stamps.

And above, Carol used our Pumpkin die.

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September Blog Hop No. 1

Welcome to the September Blog Hop No. 1!   We have 2 blog hops each month – on the 1st and 3rd Wed.   This month, Serendipity’s designers show off their take on the designs featured in September Design Sheet and also on other new stamps and dies I just added to the What’s New section at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Click this link to display and print our September Design Sheet

Win!  Win!  Win!
Ready to hop?  As you visit the designers below, be sure to leave comments!  Monday morning I’ll pick one comment from one blog to win a $20 gift certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.  Check back in here to find out if you’re the lucky winner.

Serendipity Stamps (you’re here!)

Beth Chiu

Carol Mayne

Patti Kehl

Julie Warner

Marybeth Lopez

Miriam Napier

Vickie Zimmer

Stamp of the month – 50% off our Rake.  This is such a versatile stamp!   Easy to color (as you see above), but also wonderful as a background image as you see below along with our Oak, Maple, and One Falling Leaf images.

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50% Off Stamp of the Month – Get Both!

Now is your chance to get 2 50% off Stamps of the Month at one time – double dipping time!   You can see the September SOTM, Rake, on the beautiful card above, created by Janet Smith for the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog.  She also used our Every Leaf stamp.

For 2 days – August 31st and September 1st – the Rake and the Airplane will be 50% off the regular price.   For the rest of September the Rake will continue to be on sale.  On the card below Kristin Breach also used our We Never Know stamp.

Mega Mini Cling Grab Bag – be sure to add one to your cart before they’re gone!   30 stamps for $4!

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50% Off August Stamp of the Month

Our 50% off stamp of the month for August is our Airplane.   This is a great image for so many reasons.  As you can see by these cards – it’s fun to color – or to not color.   It’s great for those masculine cards that are sometimes hard to come up with.   And it’s also perfect for a card of encouragement or inspiration when paired with our Uplifting Sentiements, Faraway, We Never Know, Let Your Dreams, or countless other sentiments in our line.

The Mega Mini Cling Grab Bag Is Back!

Be sure to drop one of these into your cart as you shop!  A grab bag filled with 30 cling mounted stamps for just $4!   Most are small sized stamps (hence the “mini” in the name).   If you’ve bought one before this one will have many of the same stamps.   But if you haven’t gotten one yet don’t wait, grab a Mega Mini Grab Bag – they don’t come around often!

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