Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Hampton Art and DCWV Blog Hop: Day 1/Vintage

DCWV Holiday Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to day one of the two-day DCWV and Hampton Art Holiday Hop. DCWV and Hampton Art are two companies that go above and beyond to provide a wide selection of products from classic, to vintage, to trendy and modern. So, when we decided to team up it was only natural that we would want to show you some variety. Day #1 of our hop is all about vintage! Whether you are talking lace and pearls and soft weathered colors or distressed, grungy, and aged, if you love all things vintage we have some beautiful projects to show you today!

Hop Beginning/DCWV Blog
Vivian Keh
Jan Garber
Dana Warren
Hilde Stolk
Gini Williams Cagle
Rita Barakat
Linda Abadie
Tessa Buys
Beverly Sizemore -- that's me and you are here :)
Karla Der
Gloria Stengel
Amanda Philips
End of Day 1/Hampton Art


If you have come here from Tess Buys then you're on track! If not, you should go back to the DCWV blog and start the hop from there!

Hampton Art DCWV Blog Hop

For my card, I used papers from DCWV's Heirloom Christmas Stack. The stamps are from Hampton Art's Graphic 45 Nutcracker series. I used Clearsnap ink (Colorbox Metallic Q) I also used some rub-ons by Royal Brush and a flower by Prima Marketing. Here are the products I used plus what you can win. :)
Hampton Art Prize

Thanks for stopping by. Make sure you leave some "love" at all the blogs for a chance at a great prize from Hampton Art. Better run, it's that time of year when there is so much to do and so little time. :) Happy holidays!

58 comments:

  1. Beautiful card. I am really starting to love that Sugar Plum Fairy stamp! It's so versatile.

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  2. Lovely! The colors you chose are oh so very vintage(y)! Beautiful job! Thanks so much for sharing. :)

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  3. Very beautiful creation! I love how vintage it is!

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  4. Nice card! I think the layout could be used as a scrapbook page as well; nice clean lines!

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  5. Very nice! Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!

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  6. Very pretty! The stamped images are so beautiful! And I love the flower!

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  7. Awesome! I love the repeated candies and the little white pen stitching! It's just lovely! Thanks so much for participating in the hop!

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  8. I love all the little details! Gorgoeus!

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  9. Nice work, Beverly! I love the pure stamping - it allows all the beautiful details of the stamp to shine! - Vivian

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  10. A beautiful card with great details.

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  11. What a lovely card ! Love the sparkling flower !

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  12. Superbe cette carte! Bises. Nadine

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  13. Love your card, and its message. So many little details.

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  14. Beautiful card and I love your stampwork. Great job.

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  15. So many great ideas on this hop...really must have that Ballerina stamp.

    Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Lovely, lovely card. I love the stamped image. Soft and very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Oh this hop is great! You are all so talented, will definitely use the effect of stamping images on paper that does not need to be copic coloured.

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  18. Really pretty paper! And, I love the ink colors, too!

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  19. This is just so so pretty! Love that stamp set!

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  20. I like the layout of your Nutcracker card.

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  21. Very pretty and vintage -y card. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  22. Really nice card. Love the colors, just really pretty.

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  23. Love the flower that you chose. :)

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  24. Very nice card. Love the colors and flower.

    Luanne

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  25. gorgeous card,great pp.joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

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  26. This card is just stunning Beverly! I love that flower and the great colors you used!

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  27. Great card - I love the colours and the 3 little candies

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  28. I really like this card and the different stamps you incorporated, as well as the flower you added. TFS!

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    1. Cathy, you are one of the randomly selected winners of the DCWV prizes! Please contact me at this email address: funnylady85@live.com telling me you accept the prize and I will reply to your message with the information I need from you! Thanks for hopping with us!!

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  29. Beautiful card - your ballerina looks perfect with the pretty papers and colour combo you have used - LOVE how you have framed the sugar plum sentiment too!!!

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  30. wow that stamps and the colors you chose, what a lovely card.

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  31. Lovely card. Love the flower.

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  32. So Pretty. You balanced this very well. Love it!!

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  33. Very pretty! Love the muted colors. ~ Doris

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  34. Love the design of your card, and the muted inking of the dancer is perfect!

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  35. OMG! Love it! very pretty!
    nanapuddin2u at gmail dot com

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  36. Your card is beautiful!
    bbiswabic@new.rr.com

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  37. So pretty. I love that the balerina image looks as good not colored as she does colored! Lovely!

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  38. pretty and balanced, the balerina looks good not colored too. TFS.

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  39. I am not a copics user, so it's nice to see how well these stamps stand on their own. Beautifully done!!

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  40. So So Pretty! Love it and the embellies.

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  41. Being redundant,but I too like the uncolored stamped image.It is such a lovely image-your card shows off it's elegance.

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  42. Love your card, thanks for sharing!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. I like that you didn't color in the stamp. It looks great.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  44. great color combos, love the green glittery poinsettia. thanks for sharing.

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  45. Beautiful! I really like how you stamped the image on patterned paper and left it uncolored.

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  46. I too like how you did not color in the ballerina. I'm terrible at coloring so it is always nice to see something like this that is not colored. THanks for sharing with us.

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