Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Celebration day 2

The winner of DIPPY DOTS is:


This is such a versatile background stamp! Can't wait to see what else is coming
Today you have a chance to win TIMBER

I think this is a different looking wood grain...it can have other uses...use it as a zebra stripe (color in some of the striped black) or a tiger stripe maybe?  How about using it as water when it's turned on it's side?  Can you think of any other clever uses?  I haven't stamped with this background yet, but I am jumping on it soon.  You have until midnight to comment for your chance to win this stamp!  You technically have until tomorrow morning before 7am pacific time...I won't choose until then.























Today we have some fabulous Spring Fling cards by Laurie and Emily :)

I love that Laurie rocks the shabby vintage style and can turn out a graphic card like nobody's business...what an amazing card this is!  I love the drops of bling!!




















Oh my this card just makes me happy :)
Great color choices...perfect balance and her coloring is freaking awesome!!
























thanks for stopping by
Enjoy your day :)
Kim

168 comments:

  1. LOVE this background stamp!! So ADORABLE!!

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  2. awesome stamp! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. I love the versatility of wood grain! So cute!

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  4. LOVE how versatile this stamp will be. Thanks for the chance to win Kim!

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  5. Beautiful samples by the DT, and I'm lovin' that woodgrain Timber stamp!

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  6. What a great background stamp- can create some great paper with that

    Lynda in calif

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  7. I love that awesome background. So cute! :)

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  8. This one is a must have for sure - love it!

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  9. The background stamp so fab! And I love papersmooches DT creation!

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  10. Love this background stamp, so cool! Two more adorable cards today, too!! :)

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  11. this is a fabulous stamp, LOVE it!!! I think you could also use it to make hills behind an image (cut a couple of the waves from different shades of green and you'd have some rolling hills!). Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  12. ooohhh! this looks fun! I think it would look fun in rainbow colors as a background to a card!

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  13. I love this background stamp. Very whimsy and this might become my favorite wood grain pattern. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!!

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  14. Would love to use this stamp and color color color! Cute! ;o)

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  15. This is a great stamp! Thanks for the suggestions on ways to use it!

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  16. That IS a wonderful and versatile stamp! I would LOVE to play with that one!

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  17. Love the woodgrain. It is so different and the ideas of using it for zebras and tigers and water amazing. Can't wait to see how it is used. SNW

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  18. This was one if my favorites at CHA!! Love...

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  19. really love the cards today!!! that background stamp could be just what i need for masculine cards!

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  20. This would be a great stamp to fill with many colors for a bold back drop!

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  21. Another fabulous background! Love it!

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  22. Ohhh, how pretty! Can't wait to see what's next.

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  23. LOVE this background stamp and already have an idea for it!! Great projects too! Thanks for sharing wonderful creations and the chance to win!
    Deb C
    dsc105@live.com

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  24. Great background! It's so versatile.

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  25. Great stamp. It reminds me of Munch's Scream, so you could use it to make some modern art works with bold colours or on its side for turbulent skies like in Van Gogh's Starry Night :)

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  26. I am loving it...so fun...great background stamps...these cards are so fun...

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  27. Def thought the woodgrain was a zebra print and love that it works as both!!! The sunshine card is the cutest thing ever!!!

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  28. Love this woodgrain with a Paper Smooches spin! Can't wait what else you have up your sleeve for us :)

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  29. Royally cool! I love that it can double as wood grain or animal print.

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  30. This is SOOO cool! Very versatile. :)

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  31. I totally agree that this background stamp rocks! wood grain, animal print, water.... wow, so versatile! Today's cards are amazing!

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  32. Oooh, love! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  33. Very cute cards and I love the Timber stamp:)

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  34. awesome cards as usual, and fabulous background! love it!

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  35. I love all things woodgrain! And I really like how very different this is from other woodgrain patterns. I'm so excited for these backgrounds. Can't wait to see what else is coming from PS!!

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  36. Lovin' this wood grain! It has a really fun and modern feel to it! Super cute cards too!

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  37. Eek I can think of so many ways to use this stamp with my other PS stamps :0)
    Excellent card, love Laurie's rainbow.
    Jenny x

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  38. What an excellent stamp. Love it's versatility.

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  39. I really love the look of this one! :)
    - April W

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  40. Love This! I would be fun to use Timber as a fun journaling tool, too! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  41. What a cool background. This would be cute as a stainglass as well. I can see using some Glaze to fill in some spots and make it look like a real stainglass window. Really nice background.

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  42. Love how this is a different woodgrain then what we've seen in other stamps before =)

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  43. Love, love, love this background stamp, so much fun things you can create with it :)

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  44. It reminds me of wallpaper that would go great with vogue abode . Maybe add some magenta, or green and then I think I had a shirt like that ( remember those flash dance one shoulder numbers with the matching leggings we all begged our moms for in the 80's

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  45. Love how versatile this stamp is! Thanks for the chance!

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  46. This stamp is great! For halloween, you could turn it into a spooky ghost stamp too! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. This large background looks like tons of fun!

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  48. I totally saw Zebra stripes! What a great background with loads of possiblities.

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  49. Loving these new stamps Kim!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  50. Another wonderful background!!! Love it!

    Linda

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  51. i so need this. i have been looking everywhere for a wood grain stamp but i also love the fact that it can be zebra too! great job :)

    cutecardsbyjamie at yahoo dot com

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  52. AWESOME cards and I totally love that stamp! So versatile!

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  53. Your idea of rotating it and using it for water is great. A landscape quilt I am working on could use some definition on the "lake" part--this might do the trick!

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  54. awesome new stamp!! Totally love the fab cards! TFS
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  55. I could TOTALLY see this being used in a kissing technique or use it for Halloween and loads of other ideas just looking at it!

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  56. I'm so excited about the background stamps! They'll be great for so many things! :)

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  57. I absolutely adore the wood grain!! It is very different from anything I have seen! Bless you and your creative mind, Kim!!

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  58. WOW.. what a great stamp.. I thought of zebra stripes.. :) so cool.. can't wait to see tmw stamp..

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  59. Love wood grain stamps...it also looks like animal stripes like some people have said. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  60. A whimsical woodgrain! Who would've thunk? Love these new background stamps. Can hardly wait for their release!

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  61. This is a great woodgrain stamp!! I love that it is "different" than the others out there!

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  62. Oooh what a fab woodgrain stamp ... I've been looking for a good one for aaaages!

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  63. That is just plain fabulous! LOVE the bigger size for backgrounds, etc.

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  64. I love the woodgrain!!!!! love the Dt projects!!!!

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  65. Oh, I can't wait to see what creative minds do with this stamp! Looks great!!

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  66. Brill stamp, can't wait to see hoe different people use it!!

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  67. Awesome cards today and Timber is one of my favorites from CHA! I love this stamp!!

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  68. Acck... I saw this cute stamp at your CHA booth! Would so love to win it. Thank you so much for the chance.

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  69. wow, another fun stamp and great samples!

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  70. Love the woodgrain stamp and these fabulous cards today!!

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  71. This would be a fun zebra background with hot pink accents!

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  72. cute stamp!!! so versatile!!!!

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  73. SUPER cute background stamp--love the design! And those two cards---FAB FAB FAB:) I love everything Paper Smooches!

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  74. Love that beautiful stamp. Gorgeous creations by the DTs.

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  76. I like the soft, subtle rainbow card. The tiny bit of bling adds a lot, too.

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  77. I can see that stamp becoming an abstract peacock feather pattern, or perhaps a funky paisley style print with some bling added. Great cards today!

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  78. Sooo pretty! Both the stamp and the cards! Love them! And, yep, it's a gorgeous background, would look pretty in rainbow colors as well!
    Hugs, Wendy

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  79. adorable, Kim is always awesome!

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  80. Everyone must have a timber stamp in their stash. Looks like these March releases are going to be awesome!

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  81. I love the wood grain stamp. Very cute. Your card samples are really nice, too.

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  82. I have some adorable owl stamps that would be PERFECTLY paired on some cards with this stamp-love it! I just love your stamps - they are unique....thank you for such wonderful creations. :-)

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  83. I like the sentiment on the first one. I'm trying to do that.

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  84. Love the idea of using this as a zebra background stamp!

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  85. Such a cool background! Love the different idea of uses! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. This one would look good as animal stripes as well as wood. Great ideas! The cards are so pretty too. Love all the inspiration here on the blog.

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  87. this is such a fabulous background stamp!
    We're only limited by our imaginations, aren't we?!!

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  88. Love this wood grain! very unique!

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  89. It reminds me of "Scream" by artist Edward Munch (totally don't know if I spelled that right). I'd use earthtones like he did and make a super funky background - I love this stamp!

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  90. Love, love this background! You could use for so many things!

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  91. It reminds me of "Scream" by artist Edward Munch (totally don't know if I spelled that right). I'd use earthtones like he did and make a super funky background - I love this stamp!

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  92. I love the wood grain background stamp! Thanks for the chance to win.
    ~Lola
    lola0608@yahoo.com

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  93. i love seeing these new background stamps! something fresh and new, and of course amazing :)

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  94. Fun cards! I like the background. The first idea I had beyond those you mentioned was the painting called "The Scream" by Edvard Munch. It reminds me of the ghostly being and the sky behind it.

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  95. Beautiful woodgrain stamp and awesome creations by the DT!

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  96. I love love love this stamp! I know exactly how I want to use it!!
    Great wood grain. Thanks for the chance!

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  97. Love the look of this woodgrain stamp...I am alreading thinking up of ways i would use it. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  98. Love anything with wood grain. These cards are just fabulous - such a creative team you have!

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  99. This woodgrain is definitely cool that it can be used for animal stripes as well! Very versatile :)

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  100. I love anything faux bois! Would make some great backgrounds with this stamp

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  101. This is an awesome background stamp. Never thought of using it for zebra stripes. Great idea and the chance to add this to my collection if I'm the lucky winner. :)

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  102. This is fab, different to some that I've seen. I LOVE the idea of colouring it in yourself too, great fun! Thank you for the chance to win such a fab prize!

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  103. A couple of ideas I had-color it in blues to make water as if you were looking down at it-neon for a "groovy" 60's type background!

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  104. Oh boy, I LOVE that wood grain stamp (or zebra stripe!)! The card samples today are so cute, too. I just love to see what creative things show up here. :D Thanks for the chance to win, too.

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  105. I loves me some woodgrain! I love love your design! It's pretty cool!

    Those cards are fantastic!

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  106. this rocks...I love it..lots to color and like you say, very versatile.
    Love these cards....

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  107. cute background stamp! Im happy that you are coming out with some background stamps. I was just thinking the other day I needed some new ones. and yours are perfect!

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  108. Love this stamp, but then I'm crazy about background stamps. They are so versatile and fun to get creative with. The cards are beautiful. Thanks for this opportunity. Hugs, Sharon :o)

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  109. i am loving the new stamps!and woodgrain cool!

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  110. Super cute cards... Love the new backgrounds too!

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  111. This new background looks so cool and outline in with glitter! Fun! I think it could be part of a tree too :)

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  112. Wooo.... this is WICKED awesome!!!! Loveeee! :D

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  113. love this stamp- I haven't seen a blown-up woodgrain before! I can see myself using this one frequently with all your woodland creatures!

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  114. I love all of the possibilities this new background stamp has!

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  115. It would be neat to color it all different colors for a really crazy background on a rock star, teenager or vintage type 70's card. I love your creations too
    marjifranklin@gmail.com

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  116. Very cool looking woodgrain, I'm picturing it as a backdrop for all little forest whimsy characters or the smoocheroos monkey or one of the little bats hanging on it. Thanks for the chance to win, Congrats to Meghan the lucky dot who won dippy dots and finally gotta say love the DT cards the little chick is too cute...gonna go ink him up right now!

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  117. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!!

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  118. I can just see the little huggy bear standing in front if this "tree." *smile*

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  119. I love that background stamp. You could do so many different things with it.

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  120. Cool background stamp! Now I can't get zebra stripes out of my mind!

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  121. Oh, my goodness--Kim, that woodgrain is AMAZING!! I love it and your ideas for it, too. Thanks so much for the chance to win this fabulous background!

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  122. Very cool woodgrain background! And I LOVE your idea of using it as zebra or tiger stripes as well! I was thinking you could also color it yellow/oranges/reds and use it as flames/fire!!

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  123. great cards and great wood/zebra stamp!!! can't wait to see what your DT creates using it :)

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  124. Well I know this is stamp is OUT OF THIS WORLD! LOVE IT! Can't wait to play play play PLAY!!! :)

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  125. I definitely love the zebra idea and the water idea, but I can really see a cute little woodpecker perched for a meal. And Emily's card is sooo great!

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  126. These cards are fantastic. What a great bg stamp. You said water....it would make wonderful water. Oh...love it.

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  127. What a great background stamp! Hmm, putting my thinking cap on in case I win....

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  128. What a cool stamp, thanks for the chance!

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  129. Petroglyphs, smoke, dancing smoke, hmmmm.A beautiful sunset. Thanks.

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  130. what a great stamp!! thanks for a chance to win it.

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  131. Wow, what a great background stamp! Can't way for it to be released! Heather j.

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  132. I love the idea of using the woodgrain on its side for water!

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  133. Wow! Laurie's card rocks!
    I have so many ideas swirling in my head now for uses for that awesome woodgrain stamp! Thanks for getting me thinking!

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  134. Aren't these cards cuties!

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

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  135. These cards are super cute! I am spending my evening making my own cute cards! Thanks!

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  136. I love woodgrain and this one definitely looks to be more than just that as an animal print or waves of ocean water! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  137. Oh, this could be a really fun background to play with! I would love to win this one.

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  138. It might be fun to use this stamp and draw Zentangles inside the lines.

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  139. TIMBER! I know it's woodgrain, but can't you see floating ghosts on the stamp as well? ;) Mary in Wausau

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  140. That is a very unique stamp, I love it!

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  141. I love the BG stamps and this woodgrain is awesome!

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  142. This is a really fun woodgrain, Kim! Keep 'em coming!

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  143. Wow, you came up with such great ideas for this background OTHER than woodgrain! It really is a versatile look! Love!

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  144. The background stamp looks versatile. The cards are adorable. Can't wait to see the rest of the stamps.

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  145. Great background stamp and love the wonderfully colorful cards!

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  146. Cool background. :) Thanks for the chance

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  147. Great "woodgrain" TIMBER background stamp! My cousin LOVES zebras and as you wrote, it would be fantastic for that, too. Love both Laurie and Emily's Spring Fling cards! They are so blasted cute! :)

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  148. I love ALL the new stuff! It's fabulous!

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  149. Great to see all the new stuff! Love the woodgrain background :o)

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  150. what an awesome background stamp! would be neat to paper piece with with different patterns!

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  151. That sun card is amazing!!!!!!!! And I love all your new background stamps- I love woodgrain and it's a great idea to use it for more than one thing!

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  152. Love the 'zebra' stripe idea... it's genius!
    Another fab background stamps, thanks for another chance to win!!

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  153. Awesome background stamp--I would love to own it--whether I win it in the giveaway or not! You create so many brilliant and cute stamps!

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  154. Wow! Zebra and Woodgrain in one...Awesome! Loving the background stamps!

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  155. Yea Kim!! I am SO loving Paper Smooches!!! I can imagine a little tree stump in brown, stamped with this background in versa mark, with one of your cute nature creatures or my favorite, the gnome standing on top of it!!

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  156. I also think the stamp could be colored in for a 60's groovy kind of feeling! Love PS!

    Julie H in MN

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  157. Oooo - this does look like a fun wood grain stamp! I think it would be fun to color in rainbow colors too!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  158. Cool grain stamp! Can't wait to see more creations from the DT with this stamp!

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