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Marks Finest Papers- June Blog Hop- Please Snow

Welcome to the Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Company

June Blog Hop! 

This month's New Stamp Set Releases are
Please scroll down to see my hop projects for these stamp sets:
 Featured June 10
Gears To You and Gear Up 

Featured June 11
Pretty Pears

 Featured June 12
Great Flowers and Flower Blocks

So today is our last hop day (awww, I really enjoyed working with these stamps. They are going in my favorites box for sure)
Featured June 13
Please Snow
For my last card, I did a one layer again with some sponging, marker coloring and of course....STICKLES!!!!   So I used TH distress Stickles in Picket Fence to get my "snow". I made them thicker to get a nice ball of glitter. Don't forget Stickles will dry flat!

So there you have it, my last card of the hop. I can't want for the next one now!!!
One think I did want to mention is having worked with MFPS for the last couple of months, I am really impressed with the thickness, sturdiness and crispness of Mark's stamps. They are an awesome quality, I really love working with them.

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 
June 14, 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 June 13, 2014

Here's the Design Team:

Come on back tomorrow for more creativity.


  1. Oh, how cute. I love this snowman and your swirls of snow.

  2. Adorable card; love the snow swirls and stickle flakes!

  3. Love your swirly snow and glittery snowman

  4. What a great fun card. This snowman is adorable.

  5. Great looking card...this adorable stamp set will be perfect for the wintery season...
    well done

  6. That looks like quite a snow storm! I like the addition of the stickles.

  7. That is a very pretty like how you did with a very pretty stamp set

  8. So cute--I like the background and all the stickles.

  9. very creative one layer card!
    stamping sue

  10. So cute (have to love a cute snowman) and loved the effect with the stickles too!

  11. Oh Sandy- this is a wonderful use of these stamps, and the snow looks like so much fun!

  12. Fabulous card! Love the snowstorm effect - must try that one out! Thank you for the hop and for the inspiration this week Karen x

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  14. Adorable card - and awesome scene!

  15. Love the shimmer and your snow! Cute card!

  16. How cute. Love your CAS approach and traditional colors.

  17. What a cute card. Love how you did the snow and only used one layer. Great job.

  18. Your card is really cute!! Love the different colors of Stickles you used to make your card really sparkle!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com


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