Gerda Steiner Designs Blog Hop-Inroducing How Are Ewe? Stamp Set

Gerda Blog Hop

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Aloha Guys!!

Today I’m Super Excited to be part of Gerda Steiner Designs Blog Hop with some Fantastic Designers to Celebrate the New Release of “How Are Ewe” Stamp set.  Blog hop will start today on July 10th at 9:00 am PST and it’ll end on July 12th at 6:00 pm PST.  To celebrate the Blog Hop, Gerda is giving away 3 stamps sets to 3 Lucky Winners.  3 Winners will be randomly chosen from comments along the Hop, so be sure to leave a comment for your chance to wing his Fabulous stamp set.  The winners will be announced on July 13th on Gerda Steiner Designs website!!  So good luck to you all 🙂

For my card today, I stamped and cut 3 of the small sheep and colored them using my Shinhantouch Brush markers, which are alcohol markers.  I have a Black card stock cut to 4″x5 1/4″ and I also cut a watercolor card stock using MFT’s Stitched rectangle die.  I want to create a night scenery for my sheeps so I decided to use some mini distress inks.  The colors I chose are Seedless preserves, Salty Ocean, and Chipped sapphire.  I also added some black soot at the end to darken up the edges more.  I used a mini ink blending tool and blended the 3 different colors.  I stamped out the sentiment Sweet!  on the top left corner and also added some stars, which is also included in this set.  To finish up my background, I added the Judikins Black diamond embossing powder to just the top of my panel I created to give some shine.  I cut some grass out of some iridescent green card stock using lawn fawns grass border die.  I stamped out a gate and cut only one on some wood grain pattern paper.  I attached everything together to make it look like the sheeps are jumping over the gate.  I have a Full step by step video up above if you’re interested.  I hope you liked this card and the Next Hop is to our very talented designer Madey Lim.  I’ll leave the links below.  I hope you guys enjoy this Hop and don’t forget to comment for your chance to win this stamp set.  Thank you so much for stopping by 😀 For full detail for this Blog Hop is listed below.  Good luck to you all!!

http://www.gerdasteinerdesigns.com/

Below you’ll find the Blog Hop Details:
Clearstamp Set: How are EWE?
Start: Friday July 10th 2015 at 9am PST.
End: Sunday July 12th 2015 at 6pm PST
To celebrate the Blog Hop GSD is giving away 3 of the new released stamp set!!!
The winners will be randomly chosen from all the comments of the blogs mentioned below!
The 3 winners will be announced on http://www.gerdasteinerdesigns.com on July 13th!
Official Release Date of the How are EWE Set is Tuesday July 14th.

Hop Order:
Start: http://www.gerdasteinerdesigns.com
Wiebke Zander http://buntebastelecke.blogspot.de/
Karen Oliver http://moreplease-ko.blogspot.com/
Jess Gerstner – http://www.jesscrafts.com/
Julia Altermann http://just-one-more-card.com/
Joyce Nakaoka https://enjoyscrappin2.com/   (You are Here)
Madey Lim http://madeylim.blogspot.com/
Chitra Menon http://craftingchitra.blogspot.com/

50 thoughts on “Gerda Steiner Designs Blog Hop-Inroducing How Are Ewe? Stamp Set

  1. How sweet…counting sheep! I love it! Thank you for sharing and your hard work has payed off. That is a wonderful card!

  2. What a wonderful card and concept – counting sheep! Brilliant and creative! Love your coloring and shading, your card is so lifelike with the dimension and use of color. Love this!
    (oh, and dh and I honeymooned in Hawaii and loved Oahu – how blessed you are!) ♥
    TFS!!

  3. Your card is super sweet! Great video! I love your inky background with all the glittery embossing powder! The sheep are so adorable and cute! I like the wood-grain fence post as well! A sweet scene! Question: I noticed you wiping off your work surface but it looks like grid paper – what do you use to cover your grid paper so that it wipes off so easily? Hope it’s okay to ask…

    I adore this stamp set!

    • Thank you so much for your wonderful comment, I’m glad you liked it. I do have a grid paper and on top of the grid, I have a large square acrylic block on top of it. It’s slightly lager than 13×13 that my father in law cut for me. I tried many different backgrounds to see what looks best on my camera and I think white looked best 🙂 Have fun on this hop, thanks again!

      • Thank you, Joyce! What a great idea and an easy way to clean off your work surface! TFS!

  4. These are so cute love them I love the eww lol hahahaha loved the card so adorable. Doing the hop. Hugs. Larelle-Susanne (nurselarelle on yt)

  5. loved the card super cute Love the color pallet with the darks really adorable idea, great share, Hoppin Along Super big hugs Larelle-Susanne (nurselarelle on YT)

  6. I hope I’ve found the right place to leave the comment about the blog hop which is awesome! I love your work super well; you’ve inspired me. Your tutorial is super and easy to follow. Thank you.

  7. Ewe did a great job! I like how you have them jumping the fence, very cute and inspirational. Thank Ewe for sharing.
    XO Nana

  8. I hope everyone reads the description of how you made this card! At first I thought the top edges were just very dark. Then I clicked on the image to make it larger and adjusted my computer screen. Wow! That night sky is fabulous, especially with that great embossing powder! Another item for my wish list, along with this n”ewe” set of Gerda Stein stamps! Thanks for sharing all those details and a wonderful card.

  9. Fabulous card.. You really outdone yourself 🙂 This would be a card I would enjoy receiving. I love your idea of the sheep hopping over the fence. Simply perfect! Keep up the outstanding work! Thank you for sharing. ~ Trina

  10. I think everyone of us has counted sheep while lying in bed trying to sleep. I had a such a giggle at this. Fabulous.

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