Monday, April 7, 2014

Craft Hoarders Anonymous (Pick a Stamp, Any Stamp...Challenge #5)

Good morning everyone and welcome to Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge #5.  The sponsor for the whole month of April is Hampton Arts.  We have one nice gift for the winner of both challenges during the month.  Here is a little bit about Hampton Arts and a picture of the gift.


Hampton Art, founded in 1980 in picturesque Long Island, NY, has been inspiring stampers, crafters and papercraft enthusiasts for over 20 years. One of the earliest “art stamp” companies, Hampton has transformed over the years to become a complete provider of creative products such as stamps, inks, papers, kids crafts, stationery, scrapbooking supplies, and card making accessories for crafters of every age and skill level. We focus on working together with other companies through strong, personal relationships and licensing partnerships to consistently bring fun, inspiring products to market. We have a portfolio of brands including Hampton Art™, Studio G™, Diffusion, Ditto™, and our latest addition, Ki Memories®, acquired in 2012. Our products can be found via most national craft retailers at over 5000 stores across the US and Canada. We also ship to 20 different countries across the globe. Hampton was acquired by National Spinning Co, Inc. of Washington, NC, our current home, in 2008. For more information, visit our Website.



This wonderful craft caddy will be given away without the supplies shown inside.  (Just the caddy will be given away).  So if you participate in both challenges for April  you will have a better chance to win.





The stamp I chose to work with is from the Graphic 45 Botanical Tea 1 set made by Hampton Art.  I also used the Botanical Tea paper collection in making my card.  

You can check out what everyone has done by visiting the Craft Hoarders Anonymous blog or you can click on the individual names on my side bar and then you can visit everyone's blog.  We all love hearing from you.  

Supply List:

Graphic 45 Botanical Tea 1 stamp set by Hampton ArtGraphic 45 Botanical Tea Paper Collection
Cream Card Stock
Memento Ink
Hoarded Spellbinders Daisy Head Dies (Discontinued)
Studio Gems
Spellbinders Majestic Labels Twenty Five


24 comments:

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Oh, Glenda! I love the way you framed this gorgeous sentiment with the white frame and the fussy cut teapot. The flower is stunning! This card speaks my language!

Debbie Seyer said...

I love this card! The die cuts and all the details are wonderful!!

Sylvia said...

What a lovely card, Glenda, love the frame around the sentiment. I love how your tea pot is lace through the frame. Have a beautiful Monday!

lost coast scrapper said...

So love this card, the framing is just beautiful!! xo

Julia Dunnit said...

Me too' this card is lovely....polite and delicate!

Crafty Lark said...

Great card Glenda, love the colour, bling and embellishing. xx Flora

Joyce Burcham said...

Love how it looks like the words were poured out of the teapot. Such a pretty card.

Pammejo said...

Fabulous card Glenda, love, love the sentiment...oh to have tea together what fun it would be.

Jan Marie said...

Such a lovely card. . .love how you framed with the die cut and then added the tea set impages. . .the bit of bling is perfect and that flower adds the POW! Impactful!

Starla said...

I love the way you "hung" the tea pot to look like it is pouring out a cuppa!

Donna Idlet said...

Love every detail of your card! Love the spellbinder dies and the sentiment.

jasann said...

Such a pretty card and love the teapot too!!!

Olga said...

this is gorgoeus, I love the teapot and flower!!!

knitwit said...

Beautiful card, and a perfect sentiment! I do love a cup of tea!

1CardCreator said...

Stunning card, love that die cut frame and the bg paper is gorgeous too! ~Diane

Gloria Stengel said...

So pretty! I love that tea stamp set!

Dee in N.H. said...

Beautiful! I love the way you framed it! Love the flower and the pretty teapot too!

Christy Butters said...

This card is beautiful. I especially love how the teapot seems to be hanging on the flourished edge. Lovely work

Deborah Adams said...

I had to smile when I saw your card, I love the Botanical Tea paper and stamp set by G45. I have that same stamp set and love it. I like how you cut out the tea pot and hung it on the border of the flourish die, it's beautiful. Your card is beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration.

Leslie Miller said...

I think I have a few old Hampton Art stamps in my collection. This is beautiful, Glenda! I love how you framed the card with the gorgeous die. Love the colors and flower and the pretty teapot and cup!

Maggie said...

Gorgeous card and I love the sentiment, thank you for visiting my blog and for the lovely comment

MaggieH

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

I just love how you tucked that tea pot into the framing on this card! FABULOUS card design ... I always pick up clever little tips from your creations ... thanks! Have a wonderful day.

Shani Thomas said...

This really is a stunning card, no doubt about it!!!

thassos456 said...

I love this quote, nothing beats a good cup of tea :)

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