Thursday, May 19, 2016

INTRODUCING FLOWER POWER BACKGROUNDS AND BORDERS BY REPEAT IMPRESSIONS

Hello blog friends!  As promised I'm here with  Repeat Impressions' Flower Power Backgrounds & Borders Release!

Here are two cards I created using these new sets.


I used the crayon resist technique to create this card.  The sentiment is from the "Hello" set.  I love how it all worked so well together.  

I colored the image with PrismaColor Pencils on a watercolor wash bg.  The sentiment is RI#2505-H "The Very Best..." .  I think this makes a beautiful anniversary card.  

Please join us at The House That Stamps Built this week as we celebrate another new release in Repeat Impressions' online store. This latest NEW stamp series is called Flower Power Backgrounds & Borders. This Thursday thru Sunday some of the RI Rock Stars are posting their wonderful creations to showcase the new series.
These stamp designs are all available now as wood mounts, cling mounts, and as plain, unmounted rubber in the Repeat Impressions online store. This complete series is also available as one plain unmounted sheet of rubber so that you can get ALL 7 stamps in this series at a huge savings.
To view the complete series and purchase any of the designs please visit this page of Repeat's online store.
Please visit The House That Stamps Built blog each day... Thursday, May 19th thru Sunday, May 22nd... and leave your comments to be entered into a drawing to win an unmounted sheet of RI's Flower Power Backgrounds & Borders series. 
Comment at THE HOUSE t
o qualify for this free giveaway your comments must be left no later than 5pm eastern time on Sunday, May 22nd. On Monday, May 23rd Wendy will announce the winner on Repeat's Facebook page so be sure to "Like" and follow them there if you don't already.  Follow on FaceBook.  

Thank you for stopping by, and GOOD LUCK!!! 







5 comments:

joy said...

I love both these card - but boy oh, boy I love the first one - the bright colors are gorgeous!

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Cheri- Both are such nice cards, but the first one is my favorite here!

Vicki Dutcher said...

So fabulous ! Both of them but I am drawn to the fun crayon resist

Laurie Unger said...

Beautiful cards Cheri!

Heather said...

Both of these are beautiful, but I agree with the others, that first one is stunning!! I've never tried the crayon resist technique, but this card definitely makes me want to. : )

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