Thursday, June 16, 2016

INTRODUCTING RECTANGLE AND MARQUEE FRAMES BY REPEAT IMPRESSIONS

Hey blog friends!  
Please join us at The House That Stamps Built this week as we celebrate another new release in Repeat Impressions' online store. This latest stamp series is called Frames - Rectangle & Marquee. This Thursday thru Sunday, at The House That Stamps Built,  we will be showcasing wonderful creations of this new series.
These stamp designs are all now available as wood mounts, cling mounts, and as plain, unmounted rubber in the Repeat Impressions online store. This series is also available as one plain unmounted sheet of rubber so that you can get ALL 4 stamps in this series at a big savings.
I made two cards with this set:


The sentiment for this card is RI# 4025-F "Deepest Sympathies". The background was created using a grouping of stamps from RI# Plate 10300.


To view the complete series and purchase any of the designs please visit the Frames - Rectangle & Marquee page of Repeat's online store at...http://www.repeatimpressions.com/framesrectangle.html
Please visit The House That Stamps Built  blog each day... Thursday, June 16th thru Sunday, June 19th... and leave your comments there to be entered into a drawing to win an unmounted sheet of RI's Frames - Rectangle & Marquee series. To qualify for this free giveaway your comments must be left no later than 5pm eastern time on Sunday, June 19th. On Monday, June 20th Wendy will announce the winner on Repeat's Facebook page so be sure to "Like" and follow them there if you don't already.
Good luck!! 

5 comments:

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Super nice cards with lovely coloring too!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Both cards are awesome! Love the stamping on the black

Patti J said...

I am totally smitten with the black card - what an amazing way to pull together a beautiful, elegant greeting! Love the second card, too! You rock, my friend!

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful cards! Love the frame stamps! So pretty around the sentiment in your 1st card, and such a pretty holiday scene in the frame on your 2nd card!

Heather said...

These cards are both gorgeous!!! I LOVE that first; so elegant and understated. Perfect for a sympathy card.

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