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Marks Finest Papers' March Blog Hop! And A Happy Announcement!

Hi friends!  I am so excited to tell you that I am on Marks Finest Papers Senior Design Team!  I am so excited. This is one team that had me crossing my fingers. So you can say I was over the moon to get the news!

So here I am, participating in my first hop on the design team. Without further adieu....

Welcome to the Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Company
March Blog Hop! 

This month's New Stamp Set Releases are

 Featured March. 9
Hoppy Easter

Featured March. 10

 Featured March. 11
Fabulous Pets

Featured March. 12

Featured March. 13

Featured March. 14
Bundle of Joy

Please hop along with us! You have a chance to win one of the above stamp sets! Just comment on the following blogs (don't forget this one), each day for more chances to win! (You do NOT have to comment on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly!) All six winners will be announced on 
March 15, 2014 on the Mark's Finest Papers blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. (HINT: The more you comment, the more chances you have to win and comments on the MFP blog count twice!) 
The deadline for 
commenting is 10 PM EST on Friday March 14, 2014
For my "Hoppy Easter" project, I made this cute scene card by using the masking techinque.

Thanks for stopping by, hope my card inspired you and please check out the other great projects from the Design Team

Here's the Design Team:

Come on back tomorrow for more creativity.


  1. Adorable scene and card created with the bunny!

  2. Love your rabbit free in the field. Great scene

  3. so cute and a wonderful card Sandy.

    gr karin

  4. Welcome to the team! What a cute little scene you have created.

  5. Your bunny scence card turned out really nice...
    Perfect spring theme card...
    Well done Sandy!

  6. Very pretty card
    Like how you did

  7. What a fabulous Easter scene you have created, Sandy.

  8. Sandy you did a great job/art with your scene card.
    stamping sue

  9. Cute scene card Sandy! Love it...

  10. Sandy,
    What a pretty scene and card!!

  11. I like your layout - very nice

  12. Love your hills. Great sky.

  13. Congrats on becoming a DT member! Your card is so pretty with that awesome background and sweet little bunny!

  14. What a cute card! Love that fancy border along the bottom and your coloring!

  15. This is just lovely and my son thought it was great too!

  16. So cute. I like how you colored the bunny. The decorative punch at the bottom is neat.

  17. Like the scene, bunny, bunny trail and clouds. Especially like the edge border trim.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  18. Your card is stunning. I love the scene you created and can't wait for that to become our everyday. Spring can't come fast enough for us in MI.

  19. What a cute little scene you created for this bunny.

  20. Love this sweet scene- how fun is this!!!

  21. Cute card; thanks for sharing. Congrats on being on DT.

  22. What a sweet Easter scene. The bunny is very cute.


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